BASIC COOKING TECHNIQUES

This Extra Step Helps You Make Flavorful Chicken and Pork Adobo

Browned meat is delicious.
It doesn’t matter what type of adobo you’re cooking, but searing the meat—­any meat, for that matter­—before proceeding to cook it into adobo is the best thing you can do. In fact, it’s a great thing to do for any meat dish.Why? ...

This Basic Cooking Technique Can Level Up Your Caldereta

Tossing your beef in a little flour makes a big difference in your caldereta.
Dredging is the process of lightly coating a food, most commonly with flour, prior to cooking. While it’s similar to breading, the difference is that dredging is a light coating. You are not trying to cover the food with a thick layer ...

Here's What You Should Do So You Don't Overcook Shrimp Or Squid

This simple trick is all you need to know so you never overcook shrimps or squid again.
If you are perpetually overcooking shrimps or squid when cooking, this is the only cooking tip you will need. It's a rather simple tip that ensures that no matter what type of cooking you're doing with the seafood, be it steaming, frying, sauteing, simmering, grilling, or roasting, you ...

Here's How To Fry Food Using Less Oil

This easy cooking trick will save oil and eliminate splatter. 
We know one of the fastest and easiest ways to put a meal on the table is to fry meat. Frying food develops delicious flavor, turning it into a beautiful golden brown color, and is easily done with little to no effort at ...

5 Food Techniques You Need To Learn This Year

Wow everyone this year!
This new year, make it a goal to do more than just cook in the kitchen. You may already know how to cook a few dishes so it's always a good thing to level up your cooking game. Try these other cooking ...
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