Here u can find some tips which are very useful in kitchen.These tips will make your work in kitchen interesting and comfortable
  • To remove excess salt from the curry:Wash a potato.Cut into 4 pieces and add to the curry .Let it remain in the curry for 10 minutes.You can also cook for few minutes with the potatoes. It will absorb the excess salt from the curry.Discard the potato before serving
  • To make crispier puris: Add a little rava to the wheat flour while kneading
  • To make crispier pakoras: Add a little cornflour to the batter
  • To get soft chapatis: Use a little warm milk along with warm water to kneed the dough
  • To avoid sticky rice: Add a few drops of lemon juice to the rice while cooking
  • To cut Onion without crying:Just cut onions into two parts and put that in water for 15 minutes before chopping it
  • To keep ants at bay in the sugar:Put 2-3 cloves in the sugar container
  • To keep vegetables fresh for longer time: wrap them in newspaper before putting them in fridge
  • Reheating leftover Rice: Sprinkle water over the rice and then reheat to get softer rice
  • To make soft omlette: Add  a little milk when beating eggs
  • To thicken gravies: Grind 5-6 soaked cashew nuts and add it to the gravies .Then cook for few minutes
  • Avoiding over-spilling milk when boiling: Rub butter along top edge and inside lip of the pot before pouring milk into a pot for boiling.When milk foams up,it will stop over spilling when it hits the butter
  • Remove Garlic skin easily: Garlic skin comes off easily if the garlic cloves are slightly warmed before peeling
  • To remove the skin of almond easily: Soak them in water for 15-20 minutes
  • To avoid sticking the milk at the vessel's bottom:Keep spoon in the vessel while boiling the milk at medium heat

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