Kitchen Tips From Real Experts

14:20' 21-01-2019
The famous “Master Chefs” have plenty of advice for us to use in our kitchens, but the real experts are the ones who cook every day for the worlds hardest critics: their families.

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    These tips come from comments by home cooks on online recipes.

    • When boiling pasta, place a wooden spoon over the pot to keep the water from rising too fast.
    • Sprinkle a little salt on ice and it will melt more slowly.
    • Use the jam stuck to the sides of an “empty” jar to make a fruity vinaigrette instead. Add equal parts oil and vinegar to the jar, with salt and pepper to taste, and shake well.
    • When roasting a whole chicken, salt it, then chill it in the fridge, uncovered, for the day. This seasons the chicken, and dries out the skin so it crisps perfectly.
    • Sharpen your knives often. A blunt knife is more dangerous. You can easily to cut yourself because you have to press harder.
    • When you saute onions, add a pinch of baking soda. The onions brown quicker, in almost half the cooking time.

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