Important Tips In Kitchen...

  • Self-cleaning Pans
  • This one’s a great time-saver. Use aluminum foil to cover the insides of pots and pans and other dishes when cooking in the oven. After you’ve finished cooking you just have to throw the used foil away. Now you have a perfectly clean pan without any of the hassles of cleaning up.
  • Better French Fries
  • To make better French fries soak freshly cut potatoes in water for five minutes, drain and pat dry before cooking. This will remove the extra starch and ensure that your fries do not stick together.
  • No more tears
  • Here’s a new tip for cutting onions without getting all teary-eyed. Light a match and blow it out. Then put the non-burnt side of the matchstick between your teeth while you cut the onions. The sulfur on the burnt end will absorb the fumes from the onions and you won’t have to shed a tear every time you chop onions.
  • Microwave Scum
  • Tired of food remains that are splattered all over the inside of your microwave? To easily remove this mess, place a sponge soaked in water in the microwave. Cook on high heat for two minutes. The filth is now ready to be wiped right off without any scrubbing.
  • To avoid teary eyes when you chop the onion, put a piece of the outer skin of the onion on your forehead before you start cutting. Another option is to put a dish with water next to you and rinse the knife every time you make a cut. Yet another solution is to put the onion in the freezer for 20 minutes before you start cutting.
  • If you cooked a meal and it is too salty,cut a potato in half and drop it in with the food for 20 minutes. The potatoes will absorb the salt.
  • To tell if an egg is fresh,put it in a glass of water. If the egg sinks, it is fresh. If it floats, it’s old.
  • To avoid bad smells in the refrigerator, place an uncovered plate with coffee. Another option is to place an open box of baking soda.
  • If you want the bananas or avocados to ripen faster, wrap them in newpaper.

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