Sunday, February 5, 2017

what's your number one useful cooking tip?

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Chop with the rear part of the blade, not the tip, in a rolling motion.

Control your heat. Control everything, but mostly your heat.

flouring pans for cakes is a step not to be skipped but when it comes to chocolate cakes, it looks awful so for dark cakes, I use cocoa powder instead.

If you have to keep adding salt, try adding some citric acid instead

Sharp knives make every thing easier.

Taste everything as you go, especially if you've never made it before.


edutcher said...

Pasta should only cook about 10 minutes.

Sixty Grit said...

Zojirushi rice cookers FTW. If they are good enough for the cook at Tokyo Diner, they are more than adequate for me.

AprilApple said...

That tip on the video Chip posted a few weeks back. Broiled/roasted cauliflower with curry powder.


Methadras said...

Use a lid. Don't get your shit all over your cooking surface. Clean-up is already a bitch as it is.

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