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When You Should "Simmer" And When You Should "Boil"

To simmer and boil are two different ways of cooking.
When a recipe calls for a simmer, a gentle boil, or a full boil, what does it mean? Does it really make a difference? The answer is "Yes, it does make a difference!" It can be the difference between flavorless and flavorful, ...

These Chicken Recipes Won't Need Hours To Cook

There's no need to tenderize chicken, and these easy stew recipes prove it.
It's no secret that chicken cooks faster than other meats. Pork and beef chunks, especially, need time to not only tenderize but also time to develop flavors that marry with the flavors of the sauce. That's why recipes like pork menudo dish, beef mechado recipe, and a cheesy kaldereta ...

Kitchen Newbie's Guide to Simmering

Boost your culinary know-how with these easy tips on simmering!
Simmering is a moist-heat cooking method wherein food is cooked in liquid at 185° to 200°F. Unsure if you're doing it right? Here are a few tips: 1. To tell the difference between simmering and boiling, closely watch the bubbles being produced. ...
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