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00 Practical Information For Cooking

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* If the meal is salty, throw in few raw potatoes to your pot.  Potatoes will absorb the excessive salt.

 

* While cooking potato, add a tablespoon of vinegar to the cooking water.  The colours of the potatoes will remain yellow and they will become much tastier.

 

* To peel the skin of the tomatoes, plunge them in boiling water and rub the unsharp side of the knife on the tomato skin slowly.

 

* To avoid tears while peeling onions, peel the onions in a bowl filled with water.

 

* While preparing mayonnaise, if the sauce splits, whisk the egg yolk with 2-3 drops of vinegar and thicken with sufficient amount of olive oil.  Add this mixture to the sauce that split.

 

* Place the dry legumes to warm water one night before and add carbonate while boiling.

 

* Salt sometimes splits milk.  For this reason, to milky sauces, like bechamel, add salt after the desired consistency is reached.

 

* While reheating your rice, if you place your rice pot in a bowl which contains boiling water, the rice retains its freshness and appearance.

 

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