7 Tips To Help You In The Kitchen

  1. Easy cleanup for indoor grills. When   finished grilling, unplug grill and place a wet towel or better yet a wet double sheet paper towel between the lid and bottom surface creating a steam clean.  Wait 10 15 minutes and wipe dry with paper towel.
  2. Peeling Avocado s – With a sharp paring knife, halve the avocado by cutting from top to bottom, down to the pit. Twist the halves apart and remove the pit. Then slice the flesh in the shell crosswise. To dice, cut again lengthwise. With a shallow oval spoon, scoop out of the shell.
  3. When broiling peppers, first remove seeds and core,then place them cut side down in a pan, and broil about 7 minutes until charred.  Cool and peel.  This method shortens cooking time and makes the peppers easier to peel.
  4. When only using a small portion of onion, peel just the portion needed and then score the top in a crisscross pattern. Turn the onion on its side and slice. Refrigerate the remainder in a self-sealing storage bag.
  5. Partially frozen chicken, bacon, and fish are easier to cut into thin slices, strips or cubes.  Rather than are at room temperature.
  6. Peeling hard-boiled eggs – Let hard-boiled eggs set in a bowl of cold water. Tap the eggs against the side of the bowl under the water.
  7. To fix lumpy gravy – pour it through a sieve into another saucepan.  Don’t press the gravy through the sieve – just let it drip through. 

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