Do you have a kitchen or cooking secret that saves time, calories or clean up?
When your slicing onions wear glasses, I wear sunglasses. It doesn't burn your eyes as bad.
Often a recipe will call for using only part of a can of broth. When that happens, rather than throw away the rest of the broth I add it to the cooking water for my next boiled or braised dish. This works especially well for starches, like rice, potatoes or pasta.
Don't want seeds in your recipes? Cut the citrus in half and then squeeze it, holding the CUT side against your palm. It works!
After cleaning telapia put it on a baking tray add chopped onions, garlic & any other herbs some chopped tomatoes also & bake till done
A wonder of the modern kitchen - nothing ever sticks and it's easily cleaned: it can even go in the top rack of the dishwasher!
Heat very little oil add a few green chilies saute for a bit then add grated ginger, cumin & coriander powders with water saute till raw smell goes then add the veg, salt cover & cook till done
The go-to food for me is a Caesar-type salad that's quick to throw together and is yummy. I cook up the chicken ahead of time (1 tsp olive oil, heated & add chicken cut in bite sized pieces - season with cajun seasoning & cook til done), and keep the other ingredients (Parm. cheese, light caesar dr...
Don't do without, MODIFY!
Use a tablespoon instesd of a serving spoon . Also put food on your plate from the stove instead of in bowls whrer you see ALL that food that needs to be eaten.
Bring eggs to room temperature then place the eggs in room temperature water; bring to a boil then turn down to a low boil for 12 minutes. Quickly chill the eggs in ice cold water before peeling.