Tips and Tricks for smart cooking ðŸ³ðŸ˜‹ðŸ‘ŒðŸ˜Ž

1: If you are sauting onions and garlics do the onions first because it takes longer time for it to soften……while garlic easily 🔥burns….

2: while juicing lemons cut the bottom of the firsts…so that all the juice run through the fruit…instead of getting trapped in the rind.

3: Cracking eggs?????

Use broken egg shells to pick the broken pieces….don’t waste it digging with your finger..!!!!!!

Crack eggs on a flat surface instead of cracking it on edge of the bowl….When you crack an egg on the rim of a bowl or pan, you risk pushing a bit of the shell into your egg. Instead, crack it on a flat surface and separate the shell with your fingers.

.4:  Rinse your rice before cooking to prevent it from becoming gloopy.

Most rice is not meant to be cooked without at least one rinse. Give it a wash or two to filter out any debris and surface starches.

5: Add salt to boiling pasta water.

When you make pasta, salting boiling water will add flavor from the inside out. The rule is about 1-2 tablespoons for a large pot of water, stir it until it dissolves, and once boiling, add pasta. It sounds simple (and it is!), but it will elevate the taste of your dish.

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