Imagine this: you walk into a kitchen and smell the most delightful smell in the world. The smell of warm cookie dough, straight out of the oven, entices you to check it out and you wonder how someone could concoct such a wonderful thing. This article will teach you many great tips and tricks to help you be the admired chef in your family!
Make sure you store all of your spices in cool and dark places. Make sure they are not over the stove. Humidity, light and heat, will cause them to lose their flavor. That will not make for a good tasting meal. Get a spice rack and store it in your pantry.
Mushrooms will absorb the water like a sponge. Instead of this, you should use a clean, wet cloth, and proceed to wipe the mushroom off by using your hands.
Keep a few cut up, washed, and prepared vegetables in your freezer. This will reduce your prep time when you’re cooking a recipe. Onions and peppers are great to freeze. Just buy them fresh, wash and cut them when you have time, and store them in individual zip lock bags.
While garlic is excellent for cooking, it can also be absorbed into your hands. Rub your hands along the metal rim of your sink in order to get the odor off your hands after handling pungent food ingredients, such as garlic. The steel will clean your hands and remove the smell. You can buy stainless steel “soaps” at your local kitchen store to keep on hand.
While everyone dreams of being a great chef and “wowing” everyone with amazing dishes of food, you need to have the skills first. After reading this article, you should have a good grasp on some different techniques to help your home made creations be a huge hit with family, friends and neighbors! Bon appetite!