Cooking Tips

Get ready to enhance your kitchen expertise with our helpful cooking tips on how to fix culinary mishaps.

Super Oily food?
Super oily food?
Running out of sugar?
Running out of sugar?
Sauteing spices?
Smelly fridge?
Unripe fruits?
Overly sour dish?
Running out of butter?
Got oil-burned while frying?
Burnt pan?
Alternative for eggwash?

Avoid clumped powdered spices?

Cooking tip about avoiding crying while cutting onions: 1) Chill onion in the freezer for 15min. 2) Light a candle while cutting it. 3) Do vertical cuts first, then chop horizontally.

Cut onions without crying?
Cooking tip for OVERCOOKED PASTA: 1) Rinse with Cold water. 2) Toss with a bit of oil to prevent sticking. 3) Adjust the sauce to the soft texture of pasta.
Overcooked pasta?
Cooking tip: Avoid overcrowding pans. Food placed too close together will steam and become soggy rather than crispy.

 Avoid soggy food?     

cooking tip: Microwave lemons for 20 seconds to get more juice. It will be warmer and softer, making the citrus fruit easier to squeeze.
Squeezing lemons?
Cooking tip: For the perfect holiday pie, tasting the raw dough allows you to discern if it's perfectly balanced—whether it's too salty, too sweet, or in need of any fine-tuning.
Making an apple holiday pie?
cooking tip: Infusing your favorite dishes with warming spices like cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, cumin, coriander, black pepper, and cayenne pepper is an effective method to not just enhance their flavor but also naturally create warmth from within.
Cooking warming foods for winter?
Cooking tip: Avoid sprinkling powdered spices directly over steam or heat to prevent clumping. Exposure to heat introduces moisture, leading to the formation of undesirable spice clumps.
Avoiding clumped spices?
Cooking Tip: Add pure Orange or Lemon Extract when steaming, pan-frying or roasting to add a burst of bright citrus flavor perfect for the holiday seasons.
Holiday season cooking tips?
Cooking tip: To reuse cooking oil and do away with smell from previous use, drop a small piece of fresh ginger or onions. It absorbs any flavor present in the oil.
Re-using cooking oil?
Cooking tip: Before you chop fresh red peppers, rub a little bit of vegetable oil into your hands to avoid a burning sensation on your skin.
Chopping fresh red peppers? 
cooking tip: Burned a pot of Rice? Place a slice of piece of white bread on top of the Rice for 5-10 minutes to absorb the burned flavor.
Burned a pot of rice?
Cooking tip: Add a teaspoon of baking soda to the water when you make hard-boiled eggs to make the eggshells easier to peel.
Making Eggshells easier to peel
Cooking tip about how to defrost meat
Defrosting Meat

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