Kitchen Cooking Tips
Simple Kitchen Tips
Cooking Tips That Can Work For Everyone.
Many of us are born with the gift of being able to cook anything to perfection at any time. No matter what it may be it is cooked to perfection and the rest of the would be cooks look on in admiring dismay. Well my wifes mother was one of these wonderfully gifted cooks. She passed help and knowledge to her daughters and we have put a few things together here. It is not comprehensive, we are not great cooks. We are just trying to pass a few things along, hoping we can help someone who toils away trying to do his or her best for his and hers.
Spices Herbs Nuts And Olive Oil.
Always store your spices in a cool dark place. Never store the above the stove or oven. The heat, steam, light and general humidity will cause your spice to lose their flavour. They will also last much longer - You might at sometime prepare a dish containing nuts such as almonds or pistachios. These will need their skins removed. Blanche the nuts by boiling them in a pan of water for one minute. Drain the nuts, place them on a clean tea towel, fold the towel and rub the nuts together. You will find that the skins have rubbed off on to the tea towel - Olive Oil they say is a cooks best friend. It is versatile as you will find out as you progress you expertise in the kitchen. When roasting you might use a little oil with herbs. You use olive oil in Italian dishes as a matter of course. I making a stir fry where you might normally use butter you might try a little olive oil instead, it's down to taste we know but it is certainly more healthy.
Tinfoil Cooking Tips.
A good tip for making you own burgers. Nobody likes dry tasteless burgers, so next you are making them yourself add half a cup of water for every one pound of meat, before you grill. The texture of the burgers will be softer and certainly not dry - So your off to do some campfire cooking. The first thing is Tin Foil it is indispensable. You can cook at the fireside or prepare your food before leaving home. Lay your meat in the centre of a large square of Tin Foil, dress with sliced potatoes, onions, sliced celery, beans or whatever you choice. Fold over you tinfoil making it into a parcel, place it on your Barbecue or campfire and let it cook.
Cooking Tips Preparation.
Preparation is half the battle. If you have everything to hand before you begin the everything is so much easier. Cleanliness is also essential, dirty utensils means food poisoning, so be scrupulous in you preparation. Prepare your ingredients properly and in good time. Be sure that you have your cookware and utensils to hand. If you are using and mixing spices time can be so important.
As we said at the beginning, these are simple cooking tips to help someone with little knowledge of the kitchen or cooking. We have more simple cooking tips that we have gathered together and we will post them in the future. Meanwhile - Good Luck.
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© 2013 Graham Lee