Kitchen Tips...... Cookind and Baking

in food •  last year
  • Don’t waste your time flipping
    Now don’t flip out on us, but you don’t always have to flip your food. When roasting items such as French fries and veggies, pre-heating your cookie sheet eliminates the need to flip halfway through. This method isn’t suggested for baked goods like cookies (they wouldn’t look so pretty).

  • Keep pots from boiling over
    Prevent overboiling by placing a wooden spoon across a pot. Because wood is not a good ma- terial for conducting heat, the hot water strays away from the handle.

  • Cook a whole bird evenly
    When cooking an entire turkey or chicken, ice the breast of the bird. Since the dark thigh meat needs more time to cook than the white breast meat, chilling the breasts will promote even cooking. (Check out these other tips for making the perfect turkey.)

  • Make a perfect poached egg
    To poach an egg that’s both tasty and aesthetically pleasing, use a metal mesh strainer to get rid of excess egg white. The strainer is also a great tool for gently lowering the egg into the water.

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