30+ Cooking Tricks Chefs Usually Don't Share

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For most people, cooking is a tedious task, and cooking well seems undoable and intimidating. But that's only unless you know several cooking tricks that can turn you into a real foodie! Did you know, for example, how to make potato chips easily, fast, and, more importantly, on your own, with the help of a microwave? Or how to save burgers from crumbling apart when they're on the grill? Or how to cook crystal clear chicken broth? Soem!
#cookingtips #cookingtricks #articlefactory SUMMARY: - While making scrambled eggs, add some milk and cornstarch mixture to the eggs and whisk everything until smooth. Cornstarch will protect the eggs from turning rubbery and getting overcooked. - Try toasting your grains in a pan with oil before cooking them. It’ll make the pasta golden and nutty and add some exquisite flavor. - If you add a spoonful of peanut butter or sweet mustard to your sauces and stews, they’ll have a richer taste. - By adding corn flour or nacho chips to chili, you can thicken its texture. - Add half a teaspoon of baking soda to freshly-brewed iced tea, and it won't taste bitter. - Instead of wasting your time and nerves trying to peel a boiled egg, just cut it in half and spoon the insides out of the shell. - To avoid wasting tons of time on peeling garlic, put a bulb on the counter and lightly hit the heel of your hand against the top of the bulb. - Before making a hot sandwich, warm the cheese and the butter to room temperature. This way, it’ll be easier to spread the butter, and the cheese won't dry out during cooking. - Add breadcrumbs to your burgers before cooking - and you'll save them from crumbling apart when they're on the grill. - Use broth instead of water while preparing rice and other hot grains. This way, your dish will have a richer flavor. - When baking something, add a pinch of salt to the batter. It’ll bring out the flavor of your dish. - While preparing a cup of coffee, add a dash of salt to the coffeepot – it’ll help you get rid of the bitterness. - Roast your white chocolate and get some nutty golden goodness with a heavenly smell! - You can toast white sugar to give it a light caramel flavor before using it in your favorite recipes. - To make the meat softer, marinate it in a mixture of corn starch and egg whites. - Toss cumin or black pepper in a medium-heated pan to enhance their taste and extract natural flavor. - Before cooking vegetable cream soup, fry the vegetables in olive oil. It’ll caramelize the sugar contained in the vegetables, and their flavor will become more prominent. - If you put a bowl of water into the oven along with your pastry, the resulting steam will take care of this problem, and the crust will be crispy and light.
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