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Becoming A Chef In Your Kitchen With These Helpful Tips
Anyone who is alive needs to eat. Most of us want to actually enjoy what we are eating and not just eat for survival. Perhaps the only thing more enjoyable than eating something delicious is cooking something delicious. Here are some tips that will kick your cooking skills up a notch.
Your spices and herbs should always be stored in a cool and dark place. Herbs and spices can quickly lose their flavor if exposed to continuous light or heat. Ground herbs and spices will retain their flavor for about a year. Spices that are kept whole can keep their flavor for about three, four or five years. If stored correctly, they will remain fresher longer.
To make your sauce thicker, stir cornstarch into the simmering sauce. In a medium sized bowl, mix together 1 tblsp water and 2 tblsp corn starch. In order to create a thicker sauce, add the mixture to the sauce, while it is cooking on low heat. To keep from over-thickening the sauce, stir it constantly and add the starch mixture gradually.
When you are grilling burgers, they sometimes lose their shape when they stick to your grill and become hard to remove. Brushing vegetable oil on the grill will help keep your food from sticking.
When you are making chicken stock, think big. Instead of making just what you need, make a huge pot so you have some to freeze and use later. This stock is a popular base that can be used in a variety of dishes, from soups to casseroles and much more. Make certain the stock is cooled, and then you can portion it into heavyweight Ziploc freezer bags and place in the freezer.
Learning to cook well, and to enjoy it at the same time, can be much more enjoyable than merely eating. Use this tips as part of your cooking regimen, adding your own touch to them if you would like. Your skills will quickly improve if you try making something every day. Soon your friends will be impressed and enjoy your new skills more than you suspect.