Feb 15, 2017

5 Kitchen Hacks for a Better Food Experience

DIY projects are practically everywhere you look on the internet today. Various social media sites – particularly Pinterest – are just brimming with them. This just shows how much creative and innovative the current generation is.

It’s really interesting how they have different projects for every room in your house. But it doesn’t stop there, because they also like to experiment on several hacks that will make their life simpler and more enjoyable. For example, these 5 hacks will make your food experience so much better!
How to ripen your fruits quicker?

In the past, people used to put their fruits in a sealed plastic bag so they can ripen in only a short amount of time. However, this could result with the mold growing on your produce – and quite frankly, nobody wants to eat that.

Instead of doing this, you can just place an apple inside the bag with your other fruits. This would quicken their ripening process without having to seal your bags.

How to effortlessly flip your pan?

The process of flipping your pan as effortless as possible actually requires a lot of practice. If you don’t get it the first time, you can try again until you succeed.

All you have to do is cook the food thoroughly on their underside before tossing them into the air. This would enable them to slide smoothly against the pan. Afterwards, you must push it away from you then flick it with your wrist to slide the food back again. Here’s a tip: use as little oil as you can so it doesn’t splash you!
How to spice up your sauce?

Cold butter can be a pain to spread on your toast; however, did you know that it can basically spice up your store-bought and home sauces?

You read that right. You can add cold butter into them to make them smoother and silkier. Take note that you should only use cold butter for this and not pre-heated ones so that it can melt down slowly and blend well with the other mixtures.

How to ensure your egg dishes remain eggshell piece-free?

No one likes to find a stray eggshell piece on their cooked eggs, not just because it makes the dish less appetizing, but also because it interferes with the food’s taste and texture.

You can easily tackle this problem by wetting your hands before you crack your eggs. The water will instantly attract the eggshell pieces, leaving no stray ones to mingle with your food.

How to instantly chill your white wine?

Everyone loves to enjoy drinking wine once in a while – even more so if it has been chilled prior to serving. However, sometimes people forget this step and you are left to drink a wine in room temperature. But don’t worry; you can remedy this by wrapping a wet towel around the bottle and putting it inside your freezer. You only need to wait for a little while for the wine to completely cool down.

Remember these kitchen hacks next time you are cooking or serving wines to your guests. Make your life easier by applying them to your life!

About the Author:
Laurel Santos is a 24 year old grown up woman whose kid at heart. She lives in the city and works as a freelance photographer. She also manages a small pet shop inside their village. She loves traveling so much because she believes that one should not just die staying in without exploring the world.  She got a big heart for animals especially those stray dogs. Despite her busy schedule she always finds time to do one thing that she is very passionate about which is writing.

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