20 Practical Tips That Will Work in the Kitchen07 August 2017
1- To peel boiled eggs easily, roll them on the kitchen counter first, then peel them.
2- To use opened packages later, close them with clothespins.
3- Potatoes takes the salt of meals. So, add potatoes if you made a meal too salty.
4- If you chew gum while cutting onions, your eyes won’t water.
5- To prevent boiling over while making a meal, put a wooden spoon on top of the pot.
6- You made a cake and you want to add decoration. Add a cover with lace and pour powdered sugar on top it. Once you take the cover away, there will be a finely decorated cake.
7- After you cut hot pepper, apply olive oil then wash your hands with soap to prevent them from burning.
8- To prevent flour to become bug-infested, add a bay leaf into the package.
9- To pour pancake batter onto a pan, put the batter into an empty clean ketchup bottle and pour it from there.
10- Fresh eggs don’t sink in the water. You can test the eggs by putting them into a water-filled bowl.
11- To prevent bread from getting dry, add a glass of water while microwaving them.
12- To cook meat better, puncture the middle of them. Add lemon slices to their bottoms if you don’t want meat to stick to the grille.
13- Stretch the bananas’ tips to prevent them from contacting with air. This is how they won’t get darker.
14- If your house smells when you’re cooking cauliflower, broccoli and cabbage, add salt and vinegar to their water.
15- To prevent your house from smelling while frying food, add couple of brances of parsley.
16- To prevent potatoes to sprout, add an apple to the potato bag.
17- To prevent crying while cutting onions, either put them in the fridge for a while, or chew gum.
18- If you put granulated sugar into the kitchen grinder, you can get powdered sugar.
19- If you serve the food in warm plates, they will stay hot. If you put cold drinks into salted water, they will stay cold.
20- Any leftover ingredient that you have, you can store them in the freezer to use later.