What does it take to become a kitchen master? The answer to the question is simple. Becoming a teacher shouldn’t be the hardest thing in the world.
You just need to know a few tricks that will update your culinary skills and make you look like a professional.
If cooking runs through your veins, I know this is something you would want to see and share with everyone.
Once these impressive tricks get into your routine, cooking meals won’t be so complicated anymore.
Wondering how the professional cooks peel an egg in one motion or prevent onions from giving them tears?
The tricks probably hide something you could use.
Once you learn all of them, get into the kitchen and cook food using them all.
You will be able to notice the difference right away.
Are you ready to do this?
Trick No.1: Yoghurt Drops
Put yogurt into a plastic bag or the best option is a confectionery syringe. Squeeze the drops onto the baking sheet and freeze them for an hour.
Trick No.2: Tear-Free Onions
Put onions in the freezer 15 minutes before cooking them.
Trick No.3: Peeling Eggs is a Piece of Cake
Place a lemon slice into the pan when you boil eggs. If you don’t have a lemon, ½ teaspoon of baking soda will give you the same effect.
Trick No.4: Eggs-Free Baking
Did you run out of eggs? – Use bananas. 1 egg = ½ banana. The taste will be better.
Trick No.5: Perfect Coffee
Add cinnamon and a pinch of salt to the ground coffee before you brew it. The salt will help get rid of burned beans bitterness, and the cinnamon adds that final tasty touch.
Trick No.6: Split an Apple without a Knife
Trick No.7: A fast way to Peel Garlic
If you want to save time peeling garlic, put it in the microwave for 20 seconds. You will be able to remove the husk easily.
Trick No.8: Delicious Bell Peppers
Females are sweeter, and it’s better when you use them fresh. Males are solid with deeper flavor.
Trick No.9: How to Slice a Pastry Without a Knife
Use dental floss and see the magic happens. Perfect pastry slices.
Trick No.10: Better than Fries
- Make thin cuts into a bigger potato
- Sprinkle with olive oil
- Put butter slices on the cuts (you can add cheese if you want)
- Add salt and pepper to taste
- Preheat the oven to 220C for 40 minutes.
Trick No.11: Peeling Potatoes
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