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60 useful culinary tips

Carefully tested tips that can help you prepare a tastier meal, cope better in awkward situations ... I guess you already know some, but if you have time, take a look: D

60 useful culinary tips

Preparation steps

  • 1. The egg whites will be whipped better if a little salt is added.
  • 2. The stopper stuck in the neck of the bottle will be easily removed if it is poured over with hot water.
  • 3. Hot fat will not splash if a little salt or flour is added to the pan before frying.
  • 4. Boiled potatoes will be easier to cut if they are poured over with cold water immediately after cooking.
  • 5. The cake will stay fresh longer if you leave half an apple next to it in the bell.
  • 6. If you want whole walnuts from the shell, soak the shells in warm water for 24 hours.
  • 7. Fresh eggs are recognizable by their rough and rough shell, while the eggs have a smooth and shiny shell.
  • 8. Olive oil will stay fresh much longer when one cube of sugar is put in the bottle.
  • 9. Garlic will smell weaker if green sprouted shoots are removed from its middle.
  • 10.If the baked cake will not separate from the pan, place the pan briefly on a damp cloth.
  • 11. Raisins will be easier to cut if you thinly coat both sides of the knife with butter.
  • 12. Milk will not stick to the cooking vessel if it is previously washed with cold water.
  • 13. You will stop boiling if you place the cooker between the pot and the lid.
  • 14. Lettuce will stay fresh longer if it is wrapped in a newspaper card.
  • 15. Hard meat will be softer when it is topped with oil and vinegar two hours before frying or stewing.
  • 16. Freshly sliced ​​fruit will not darken if poured over with lemon juice.
  • 17. The cheese will not dry out if it is left in a cool place in a cloth soaked in vinegar.
  • 18. Sweet foods taste better when a little salt is added to it, and salty foods and sauces when a little sugar is added to them.
  • 19. Tomatoes will peel more easily if they are immersed in boiling water or steamed with it.
  • 20. The yeast will stay fresh longer if it is stored in a closed jar.
  • 21. Cranberries prevent buds if added to red jams during cooking.
  • 22. Swabian cheese will stay fresh longer if left in a well-closed box turned upside down.
  • 23. The coffee filter will be milder if you put a little salt in the coffee filter.
  • 24. Insects are removed from lettuce or cabbage if they are dipped in salt or water mixed with vinegar.
  • 25. Meat will fry easier and faster if it is completely dry and the oil is hot enough.
  • 26. If the eggs stick to the bowl in which they are, it should be wetted to separate from it.
  • 27. Boiled corn will remain yellow if a teaspoon of lemon juice is added to the water immediately before extraction.
  • 28. Lemon will give almost double the amount of juice if left in warm water for 15 minutes before squeezing.
  • 29. Do not wash the kettle with detergent. Just rinse it with warm water.
  • 30. Lettuce will preserve the most nutrients if it is washed briefly under running water.
  • 31. Sausages will not crack and will smoke less if they are in hot water for 8 minutes before baking.
  • 32. Bananas and tomatoes will ripen well if they are packed in a damp cloth and then in paper.
  • 33. You will grate the cheese more easily if it has been in the frieze for 15 minutes before.
  • 34. Hands will lose the smell of fish if they are rubbed with vinegar or salt.
  • 35. Clean the mushrooms only briefly under running water, otherwise they absorb too much water.
  • 36. Fresh cakes will be cut smoothly if the knife is dipped in cold water after each cut piece.
  • 37. Grapes, small fruits and chocolate crumbs will not sink in the dough if you sprinkle them with flour.
  • 38. Eggs will be beaten faster and easier if only the egg whites are beaten first, and then the yolks.
  • 39. Crystal glass will remain clear if it is washed in warm water to which a little vinegar has been added.
  • 40. Rice will get a snow-white color if you add a few drops of lemon juice to the cooking water.
  • 41. Muddy beef soup can be clarified by adding one whipped egg white when the soup is boiling.
  • 42. The juiciest is a lemon with a thin rind that is smooth, and small and medium-sized fruits usually have a thinner rind than large ones.
  • 43. It is better to break an egg on a flat surface than on the edge of a bowl, because that way the crack will be smaller and the pieces of the shell will not fall into the whites.
  • 44. Stainless steel escaig will remain shiny if rubbed with lemon peel after rinsing.
  • 45. The soup will be tastier if it is salted only after it has boiled.
  • 46. ​​Donuts will be more airy and absorb less oil if 1 tablespoon of oil is added to the kneaded dough before frying.
  • 47. Sweet sour cream is much easier to stir if it has been cooled well beforehand.
  • 48. The smell of mold will disappear from the refrigerator if it is wiped with water to which vinegar has been added.
  • 49. Rice or dough will not stick to the bottom of the pan if a little butter or oil is first added to the boiling water.
  • 50. With a few drops of lemon, the egg whites will whisk better.
  • 51. Red wine stains can be removed from carpets or upholstered furniture with shaving foam.
  • 52. So, vinegar and oil is the order in which the spices for the salad are placed.
  • 53. Before the first use, the new pans should be heated empty for 15 minutes in a very hot oven.
  • 54. Never cook parsley, but sprinkle it only when the dish is ready.
  • 55. Pork will not shrink during roasting if it has previously been immersed for 5 minutes in boiling water.
  • 56. Bread will stay fresh longer if the celery waist is in the bowl with it.
  • 57. When cooking, vegetables that grow in the ground are placed in cold water, and those that grow above the ground in warm water.
  • 58. Potato salad is much tastier if, in addition to salt, pepper and oil, we add white wine instead of vinegar. Season the salad while the potatoes are still warm.
  • 59. The eyes will not narrow when cutting the onion if the head is lowered for a few moments, first in hot water and then in cold.
  • 60. Pour over the roasted chicken while it is still warm with white wine - the skin will remain juicy and tasty.

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