This recipe comes from my sweet friend at “Farm Life Oregon”. It’s an attempted version of her “Slime Chicken” that I failed to get just right. I tried to salvage it by making it into a casserole of sorts. For her delicious recipe, check out her channel and look up her Slime Chicken video. It’s a keeper!!
Cooking Tips That Anyone Can Find Useful
No matter whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro, when it comes to cooking there is always room for improvement. Cooking is a skill that many people refine over the long term. Going from someone who doesn’t cook at all to a good cook who enjoys it will take a little time. By implementing these tips, you can fine tune your overall technique and become the great cook you have always wanted to be.
You should store all herbs and spices in cool, dark places. If they get exposed to any light, humidity or heat, their flavor will begin to weaken. Ground spices, when stored correctly, can retain flavor for up to a year. Whole spices can stay fresh for up to five years. Store your spices correctly to make them last.
Prepare to cook before you actually start cooking. You’ll be glad you have your prep work done when it’s time to cook. Trying to prepare a meal without handling the preparation beforehand can get stressful, especially if you need to finish your cooking in a set amount of time. Prepare early to avoid later stress.
A great tip for using cooking oil is to ensure you pour it onto the sides of the pan, rather than directly in the pan’s center, so that it will be sufficiently heated upon reaching the food. Doing so will give your cooking the best possible flavor.
In the fall, apples are often used for cooking, but if the fruit is incorrectly stored, it will spoil very quickly. Place apples in plastic bags and keep them in a cool place. Watch them, because it will only take one rotten apple to ruin the others.
As the above article has demonstrated, learning new methods of cooking is very exciting! You can almost get as excited as when you eat! Remember the tips you have just learned to try new things next time you are cooking. Cooking should be seen as a journey that doesn’t really have an end.