It's not always easy in the kitchen. There are so many things that need to be done, and we still don't have time. In order to be able to save time and nerves when preparing your culinary delights, gain useful experience from the following household tricks!
Soluble bouillon cubes are an easy option, but we know how many harmful ingredients, essences and emulsifiers they contain. However, it takes a long time to prepare a real broth. You don't always have one when you're making dinner, for example.
For this purpose, in your spare time, boil a traditional homemade broth. Pour it into large ice cube trays or straight into a muffin tin and freeze it in the freezer. That way you'll have real broth ready whenever you need it!
Some recipes call for the butter to be softened at room temperature. This can take forever. Very often we forget to take the butter out of the fridge in time to soften it when we start preparing the recipe.
To do this, freeze the butter for a few hours or overnight in the freezer. In the morning, grate it into a small bowl with a tight-fitting lid. Put it back in the fridge to keep fresh until you need it.
Small bits of butter soften much faster at room temperature than a whole lump of butter.
Corn in butter in a flash
When making boiled corn for family and children it usually takes more time. In order not to delay, put the corn to boil in water without any s alt. After the water boils, add 7-8 spoons of oil.
It will melt and stick to the corn. Even if it doesn't stick, the flavor of the butter will permeate the corn as if it had been brushed with it before serving.
Clever carving of the tomatoes
Use the ice cream scoops to scoop out the core of the tomatoes. Recipes for stuffed tomatoes are very interesting and tasty, but often the tomato falls apart during the procedure, especially if it is softer.
For this purpose, use the spoons to shape ice cream balls. This trick also works with fleshy fruits, such as cantaloupe. This way you can make melon balls to decorate the melbas for guests.