Best Ways to Hack Easier Eats
If you’re the kind of momma who prefers eating out or ordering into cooking as it just takes so long and you’re not exactly a pro in the kitchen, now might be the time to reconsider your position. Did you know you can cook all of your favorite restaurant meals and store bought foods at home quickly and more cheaply? Of course you can and they will be delicious too. All it takes is a bit of effort and a few simple hacks.
Find out the various methods that you can hack your way to much easier eats:
Is it because you can’t stand the mess that is why you only eat pancakes at the local diner? How about you try mixing all your pancake ingredients in a plastic bag prior to snipping off one of the corners. That way, you can mix and pour your pancakes without using any of your kitchen tools at all. Breakfast just got a whole lot better.
Bring it to the Boil
It’s a worse thing to wait for your pan of water to come to temperature so that you can cook dinner instantly. It is a frustrating scenario that you might end up wanting to go to the Italian place to have a dinner. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. If you want your water to boil quickly, fill your pan only with the amount of water you’ll need for your recipe, and put the lid on. The collected steam will be helping things to go along very smoothly which will cook your pasta in no time at all.
Have you tried reconstructing the herby chicken or pasta dish at home to no avail? Instead of relying on fresh or dry herbs alone, infuse your favorite herbs in olive oil for flavor that really packs a punch and takes your culinary creations to the next level.
Much Better Bacon
Did you struggle in getting your bacon as crispy as the local diner? Don’t despair, just use one of your most loved kitchen tools – the waffle iron – for a whole new purpose. It might sound odd, but cooking your bacon in the waffle iron for 2.5 minutes on either side will ensure that that it’s brown and crispy all over.
Ripen Those Avocados
When you have a hankering for avocado toast, it’s usually easier to pop to your favorite local eatery than it is to try making it yourself. Why? Avocados just never seem to be ripe, that is the reason behind. Not if you store them in a paper bag with a banana. This will create the problematic fruit ripen up much more hastily.