Sometimes, you can take an ordinary ingredient and turn it into a gourmet dish just by changing a few things. The key is to experiment in the kitchen so that you can come up with your own delicious recipes and try out some of my life hacks as I show you in this video. To make an ice-cream softer, simply place it under running luke-warm water. You can make delicious omelet bites using crisps. Simply mash up different flavored crisps in their containers and add chicken breast stripes cheese, eggs, and spices. In a different bag, you can add bacon, onions, sausages, and peppers and cook them in a boiling pan. Then you can cut them in little cubes and serve them with dips. To make an amazing whipped cream decoration, add some food coloring on the sides of your pastry bag and then add in on your plates or cupcake. Don’t cut the onion for your salad. Instead, you can just use a peeler to slice it. Watch until the end to see some amazing cooking hacks for you chicken and some other chopping ideas using just a glass.
You can make cooking a lot easier if you know how to think outside of the box. If you are sick of crying while cutting onions or your food sticking to the pot, there’s a hack for that. There are tons of tips you can use in the kitchen to spice up any dish or just take the stress out of the culinary arts.
We love cooking almost as much as eating so we’re sharing tips in the kitchen to help you win at mealtime.
1. Keep bread in your teeth while cutting onions, it will absorb the vapors and stop you from crying.
2. When eggshell pieces get stuck in the yolk, use the remaining shells to fish it out.
3. Use cups to make your own cupcake holders…and customize them too!
4. Immerse fruit in ice water for 5 minutes to make them easier to peel.
5. An open drawer is the perfect free space for a cutting board.
6. To prevent crumbs when chopping up eggs, run the knife under cold water.
7. Old water bottles can be converted into the perfect cookie cutters — they can also shape donuts!
8. Add some water to smooth out your eggs, sunny side up.
9. Toast your spices on low heat to enhance the flavor of their natural oils.
10. Keep on the lid when making rice since the steam helps cook it.
11. Measure ingredients by weight, not volume, when baking.
12. Never keep tomatoes or citrus fruits in the fridge as the cold depletes the flavor and aroma.
13. To check for freshness, place eggs in water. Keep the ones that sink, not the ones that float.
14. Coat your measuring cup with egg to prevent molasses or honey from sticking.
15. Salt can bring out the sweetness of any sour fruit dish, whether it’s a grapefruit souffle or blueberry jam.
What are some other cooking tips you like to use in the kitchen? Please share them with us in the comments!
We’ve eaten a lot of weird, wild (wonderful) foods. But nothing beats the taste of home. We traveled to five countries around the world and asked grandmas and their grandkids to cook their favorite dish together. On the menu: onishime and stewed beef and lotus root in Japan; cepelinai in Lithuania; codfish with cornbread in Portugal; apple crisp in the United States; and spaghetti with red sauce in Peru.
As a thank you for hitting 10 Million Subscribers on YouTube, Gordon is in his backyard to show you, his fans, how to make the most delicious burger ever. Perfect for July 4th or any outdoor BBQ! You can find the ingredients below with a link to the recipe or order it now on the secret menu at Gordon Ramsay Burger at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
2 CHAINZ SAMPLES OPULENT CANNABIS FOOD PORN CUISINE ON MOST EXPENSIVEST
2 Chainz samples high-end cuisine (literally and figuratively) prepared by Michael Magallanes, the founder of Opulent Chef and one of America’s Top 10 Cannabis Chefs according to GreenState. But how high is 2 high?
This hilarious footage shows a teenager with Tourette’s revealing a lighter side to her condition – as she accidentally covered her kitchen in raw egg while attempting to neatly crack them.
Ryleigh Hawkins, 18, a student at Timaru Girls High School in Timaru, New Zealand, has visible tics as a result of suffering from the syndrome. Ryleigh, from Pleasant Point, Canterbury, filmed the video, which shows her accidentally throwing the eggs at her mum’s brand new kitchen cabinets due to her twitches.
12 Cooking Tips That Can Save Your Dishes
1. How to bake a flat cake
In order to get a flat top on a cake instead of a dome-like shape, wrap the baking form with a strip of wet durable cloth (you can use an old towel). This trick will help bake ideally flat biscuits. You can find more details here.
2. An easy trick to prevent fish from sticking to a frying pan
In order to avoid fish sticking to a frying pan during cooking, follow this rule: hot frying pan, cold oil. You can find more nuances in fish-frying here.
3. Caramelized sugar will definitely improve the taste of your baking.
Sugar affects the taste of baked goods greatly. Slightly fried sugar will add a bright note of caramel to confectionery products. For example, an hour of heating up sugar on the stove gives it a slight caramel tinge, while 5 hours creates granulated caramel with a unique aroma. Try to use this recipeand you’ll be surprised at how the usual tastes of your desserts will change.
4. How to squeeze lemon juice without seeds
You can avoid seeds getting into lemon juice if you wrap the citrus fruit with a cheesecloth before squeezing. You can learn more details here.
5. A trick that will prevent brown sugar from clumping
Brown sugar tends to clump and harden quickly. In order to avoid this situation, place a marshmallow into the container with sugar. It will help keep the sugar soft thanks to the moisture a marshmallow has. We learned about this trick here.
6. A simple idea for transporting a cake
In order to keep the shape and decorations on a cake in good condition while transporting it, put it on a dish, stick wooden skewers (or toothpicks) on the edges and cover it with a plastic wrap. The cake won’t get damaged or dried out. We looked up this idea here.
7. How to melt chocolate chips and maintain a perfectly melted consistency
You can melt chocolate chips in a slow cooker. Place the chocolate into heat-resistant bowls and put them into a slow cooker. Add hot water and don’t close the lid. You can find more details here.
8. How to keep a cake fresh
In order to prevent a cut cake from drying, use pieces of bread and toothpicks. Adjust the bread with the help of toothpicks to the cut edges of the cake. The bread will get dry but the cake will keep the moisture and, therefore, stay tasty. We saw this trick here.
9. What you should do before putting macarons in the oven
When cooking macarons, leave them out for at least 20 minutes (or till they get a crust) on the baking sheet before placing them in the oven. It will help macarons raise better as well as get a better shape. Here, you can find more details.
10. How the amount of sugar affects the consistency and taste of baked goods
There is hardly any baking recipe that has no sugar. Not only does it affect the taste, but also the volume and aroma of cakes and pies. For example, a sugarless pie will be dense, pale, low and almost aromaless. At the same time, pies with a higher content of sugar have a deeper taste, they are more fluffy and tall. You can read more about the effect of sugar on baked goods as well as the best proportions to use in order to get the desired result, here.
11. A simple idea for combining dessert stuffings
By combining only 2 ingredients: chocolate, and heavy whipping cream, you can create a poured glaze, fillings for cakes, and a base for truffles. The main thing is to know the right proportions and temperatures.
For example, by using equal parts of chocolate and whipping cream, you can make a filling for a cake. And later, when the mass cools down, you can cook truffles. You can also learn about how to make several types of a chocolate ganache here.
12. A few tips on how to cook perfect spaghetti
The process of cooking pasta seems so obvious: water+ spaghetti = a tasty dish. However, in order to get the perfect dish, you need to use several tricks:
- The pot in which you are going to cook spaghetti should be large so that it doesn’t stick.
- When you add spaghetti to boiling water, keep stirring it.
- Drain the pasta into a colander. Taking it out with a special spoon will prevent the unnecessary water from staying in the pasta, making it soggy.
Easy Cooking Tips From The World’s Best Chefs
1. WAIT TO SEASON YOUR STEAK
Anthony Bourdain said that he actually waited to season his steak until right before it goes on the grill. Once it’s hot, he added sea salt and cracked black pepper. In fact, salt should always be added last minute because it pulls moisture out of the meat.
2. GORDON RAMSAY’S “PERFECT” SCRAMBLED EGGS
In case you missed this episode of ‘Masterchef’, Gordon Ramsay says the secret to his “perfect” scrambled eggs is adding crème fraiche. Plus some other secret techniques such as cooking off the burner, and never adding salt to the eggs before cooking them, because it “ruins the texture and dulls the color.”
3. STEP UP YOUR SALT GAME
“Be sure to use a high-quality coarse salt for finishing your dishes,” Willcox says. “This is an easy way to really transcend your home cooking to restaurant-level quality. You can also use flavored salts, such as smoked salt, to add depth.”
4. LET PANCAKE BATTER REST
Gordon Ramsay says that it’s important to let pancake batter rest, covered, for 15 minutes so it can thicken and create fluffier pancakes.
5. FRY FRIED CHICKEN TWICE
After the first dip, let your chicken rest for 10 minutes, then fry it a second time for three minutes to make it extra crispy, because who doesn’t want extra crispy bacon?
6. COOK BACON IN THE OVEN
‘Barefoot Contessa’ host, Ina Garten, says this is the easiest way to make bacon crispy without burning it. Bake it at 400 degrees for 15–20 minutes, rotating the pan a couple times so it cooks evenly. Not to mention, you don’t have the worry about the bacon grease splattering onto you.
7. WHISK THE EGGS AND SHAKE THE SKILLET THE ENITRE TIME YOU’RE COOKING AN OMELETTE
Legendary French chef Jacques Pépin says this keeps the egg from burning and makes the omelette light and fluffy.
8. NEVER PUNCTURE YOUR MEAT
STK Executive chef Aaron Taylor says “Never stab the meat with a fork or knife to flip it over. These punctures allow juices to escape and can lead to drying of the meat and less-flavorful protein. Always use a spatula and/or tongs when you need to turn your meats.”
9. RINSE OFF DRY BEANS BEFORE COOKING TO PREVENT ROARING FROM THE REAR
Julia Child said that rinsing off dry beans before cooking them cleans off the sugars that contribute to the — er — anal exhale, that typically come with eating beans.
10. DON’T FORGET THE GARNISH
It may seem unnecessary, but simply garnishing a dish can a make a world of difference when presenting it. “To make an impression on your guests, throw a simple garnish on your finished platter,” says Sydney Willcox. “Microgreens are easy and beautiful, or take an element from the dish, such as whole herb sprigs or extra spice, and add just a small amount to create a pop for the eye.”
CRISPIEST CHICKEN STRIPS IN THE FOREST
Tastiest sauce and crispiest chicken strips in the world ever, made with homegrown organic ingredients. Everyone wonders what are 11 herbs and spices used for KFC chicken. Honestly, you don’t need those, this recipe we present to you is totally free and with no secrets, its taste is a way better than anything you tried in this category – guaranteed! Sauce is a different song – it’s amazing! Just imagine caramelized diced chili and smashed tomatoes with sour notes of vinegar. Oh, wait… You don’t need to imagine it – just click the “Play” button!
FRESH TRUFFLE PASTA
The most expensive pasta you can find in the forest made of Serbian penguin’s eggs and black forest diamonds! Boki was gifted with such a good nose. This time we decided to take another route to our secret forest kitchen and this decision was the best one! Boki stopped me and sensed very calling and charming smell, we followed it to the place where we found handful of black forest diamonds – fresh truffles!
Fish Cooked In Hot, Melted Beeswax
Steirereck im Stadtpark in Vienna, Austria cooks char in hot, melted beeswax. The method gives the fish a delicate floral-pollen flavor. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to cook the char. The restaurant was named the ninth best restaurant in the world by Michelin in 2016.
PRIMAL “HANGED” STEAK
You think you need at least a good pan or grill to make a steak? WRONG! You need few sticks, logs, fire and primitive skills! You don’t have primitive skills for that? Awesome primitive hanged over the fire hot chili steak with marvelous fried rice noodles under tomato-basil sauce. Delightful!
Hot Girls In The Kitchen Cooking Hot Meal
Hot Girls In The Kitchen Cooking Hot Meals
You Suck At Cooking – Loaded Baked Potato
Baking-bake a potato on 4 Hundo for 45-50 minutes, or
Micro Bake a potato for 10 minutes, or
Slow Bake a potato for 6 years.
Don’t forget to poke those fork holes.
Cut the top open and dig out the nothingness.
Mix the nothing with a whole lot of something:
Butter, cream cheese, cheddar, sour cream, chives, bacon.
Boullion made strong, cumin, cream cheese, cheddar, broccoli
Wangjangle all the stuff together
Then restuff the potatoes
Put some more cheese and chives or bacon on top
Back in the Undo for a few minutes.
More sour cream and chives on top.
If all this sounds like a bit too much, just sprinkle some salt on a raw potato and order a pizza.