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This page is a collection of additional infusions I’ve created, but felt the final flavor or end results didn’t warrant a dedicated post declaring “Success” or “Failure”. Some of the flavors listed are actually good, and some I’ll likely return to, but for now, this is their home.
If you’d like to know more about a specific recipe, ratio, or results of the infusions listed on this page, please comment below and I’ll help you best I can. Thanks! -Scott
- Butterscotch (Nestle Toll House Chips) – Good butterscotch flavor…just forgot about this one. After sitting for 3 weeks, it was no longer relevant to this site, but good flavor none the less.
- Charred Oak Chips – Tasted like licking a fire pit after a weekend of camping. I charred my own chips which was the mistake…
- Cherry Tomato – Even starting with the sweetest tomatoes I could find, the infusion did not taste convey that sweetness…
- Chili Powder and Peanut – Way too hot. Like offensive hot.
- Chorizo (Sausage) – One of my very first meat infusions, I made the mistake of not cooking this first before putting it into the HPS (mistake 1). Then I infused it in the freezer (mistake 2). And because it was in the freezer, I forgot about it (mistake 3) Never ended up tasting this one, I suspect a properly cooked piece of chorizo would infuse pretty well…
- Cucumber Peel – Decided to try just the peel of the cucumber after infusing a cucumber & skin and the results came out way bitter. I haven’t come across another infusion yet that creates such a great deep green color.
- Dried Persimmon – Junk in = junk out. While the quality of the dried persimmons may have been top notch, the fact that they were dried was very evident in the infusions flavor.
- Genoa Salami – Another one of my earlier meat infusions, the flavor of this was very recognizable. I’ll likely return to this flavor down the road…
- McDonald’s French Fries – Actually did this infusion twice. First time (and pictured below) I muddled the fries. My second attempt I left the fries whole, and to soak in the HPS. This method extracted out the flavors (oils) that make these fries McDonald’s Fries. The smell was better than the taste, though the taste was of french fries.
- Meyer Lemon – Basically the same results as achieved with ordinary lemons, posting this recipe would have just been duplicate content…
- Whoppers (Malted Milk Balls) – Never got around to straining these…I still have the 8oz mason jar with this infusion sitting in it…not sure what my plans are for it.. :)
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