Eliminate that Tupperware smell by packing them with newspaper. ...
Prevent bubbling over with a wooden spoon. ...
Use rubbing alcohol to clean stainless steel. ...
Run your potatoes through the dishwasher. ...
Heat a dish towel in the microwave to get rid of fish smell.
Use salt to soak up eggs.
Use Egg Shells to Remove Egg Shells
Cover the pot when bringing water to a boil. ...
After chopping food, use the dull end of a knife to scrape the contents from the work surface.
Heat stainless steel cookware correctly to keep food from sticking. ...
Use the correct measuring tool for the ingredient.
Rub your hands in a stainless steel like sink or vessel to get rid of odors of onions or garlic.
Freeze Liquids in Useable Portions!
Defrost Meat on Aluminum Trays
Keep Your Knives Sharp
Keep your spices away from stove or lights, as they lose their flavor when exposed to humidity and heat.
Store Greens and Herbs with a Damp Paper Towel
To give extra richness to Indian curries and gravies, add beaten curd and reduce the temperature before adding.
To retain the color while cooking green leafy vegetables like spinach, broccoli, kale, etc add a pinch of sugar to them.
To prevent garlic from burning always use sliced garlic.
Place a slice of bread in the bag of brown sugar to prevent it from hardening.
Run noodles/pasta under cold water immediately after boiling to separate the strings.
1. To make Tandoori Roti without Tandoor.
Forget the Tandoor chamber, because your cooker is no less than the same. All you need to do is to place the cooker upside down, heat for 5 minutes and then place the rolled dough coated with water on the sides and cook for 30-40 seconds and perfect tandoori roti is ready.
2..Innovative way of making Hot Chocolate.
you need to pour 4 cups of water in a pressure cooker and whisk in cocoa powder, milk, and vanilla powder. Mix well to combine and then cover the lid. Set on low heat until ready to serve. Serve with marshmallows or whipped cream.