Everybody loves a perfectly cooked chicken cutlet—that’s something we can all agree on. So to learn how to do it right, we went right to the source, the master of cutlets: Frank Pinello—owner of Best Pizza in Williamsburg, Brooklyn—and his nonna.
We first tried Frank’s grandmother’s cooking on our episode of Chef’s Night Out with Best Pizza, and we’ve been thinking about it ever since. This cutlet is baked in the oven—not fried—and is served in a lemony sauce with garlic and parsley. As his nonna likes to say, “Viva Santa Fortunata!”
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Basic Tips You Must Know About Cooking
Cooking is enjoyable once you have gained some skill, experience and confidence. In the following paragraphs, you’ll find tips that will improve your cooking and leave you feeling more confident in the kitchen. Let the good times roll once you gain what you need.
Keep your spices and herbs in a dark, cool place. Their flavors are weakened by heat, light and humidity. Generally speaking, properly stored herbs and ground spices can keep a good portion of their flavor as long as one calendar year. It is possible for whole spices to hold their flavor for several years. Storing your spices properly can help you achieve a longer shelf-life for your spices.
When you are putting seasoning on meat, just season a small piece first. Burgers, meatloaf and meatballs require proper seasoning to taste their best. You should not cook the dish entirely after seasoning it. Cook a tiny portion of it in the shape of a patty first. Change your seasoning, or cook the rest of the meat if you are satisfied with your sample.
Apples are a popular ingredient for cooking during the cool autumn and winter months. However, if they are not stored correctly, apples can spoil very quickly. Apples will rot if they are stored in warm, dry air, so make sure to keep them in plastic bags in a cool place. Keep checking on them though, otherwise one rotten apple will spoil the bunch in no time at all.
This article makes it clear that cooking is a learn-able skill, and that it’s not so tough to improve, either. With time and motivation, you will progress quickly. You can improve your cooking skills and feel more comfortable in your kitchen if you make use of this article’s advice. With the right attitude, cooking can be much fun.