The kitchen can be a complicated place for those who do not usually enter except to take things out of the fridge or heat the leftovers from the previous night. However, these eight hacks can make your life easier when it comes to cooking and we will show them below.
1. Perfect fried eggs
Once you broke the shell and poured it over the pan, make a cut along the line of the yolk. Thus, the clear one will be distributed evenly. Cover the pan a while and you will have a fried egg with the egg white and the liquid yolk.
2. Fried chicken as if you ate it outside
Do you want to make fried chicken like you eat outside the house? Sumale oatmeal to breadcrumbs to give it a better texture.
3. Fix your cutting board
Sometimes cutting on the board can be uncomfortable because it does not hold up correctly. Cooks suggest placing a wet cloth underneath to prevent it from sliding on the table.
4. Crispy potatoes without a drop of oil
Boil the potatoes until they are half cooked and cut them into pieces. In a separate bowl, mix a little wheat flour, salt, pepper, and chopped garlic. Mix everything, making sure it is everywhere. Prepare them in the oven and enjoy them.
5. Always keep sharp knives
Although we think they are dangerous, the truth is that having sharp knives is much safer because you pay more attention to the position of the fingers and what you are cutting. In addition, it is not necessary to apply a lot of effort to the sharp knife, which reduces the risk of its deviating.
6. Spit milk for your coffee with ease
You do not need a machine to froth the milk for your coffee. Put milk in a glass jar and shake well. Then put it 30 seconds in the microwave. The foam will get thicker and you can light it with a spoon and put it in your coffee.
7. Thaw the meat quickly
Do you need thawed meat for dinner? Grab a pot and put the meat inside. Then I put another pot on top and fill it with hot water. The aluminum of the pot helps defrost fast, but if that adds to the second pot increases the contact area between the meat and the warm surface, the process will end up accelerating.
8. Soften and reconstitute butter
If you need a bit of soft butter, put the piece you need between two pieces of baking paper and spread it with a rolling pin until it reaches a thickness of one centimeter. On the other hand, if you have heated the lard a lot, you can reconstitute it by placing it inside a cup or bowl with ice, removing it before it melts.