Yes, I know…I’m late…again!
Let’s get on with it, shall we?
And here is
today’s yesterday’s tips………….
🙂 To rescue overcooked meats, slice thinly and cover slices with a salsa made from olive oil, lime juice, chopped tomatoes, onions and chilli. The acid and oil replace the moisture in the meat.
TT: Sounds good to me even if you don’t overcook the meat!
🙂 Don’t add soy sauce to the wok until right at the end of the cooking time. if added earlier it will cause the food to stick to the pan and may give a bitter taste.
TT: I’ll have to try this next time I make a stir-fry.
🙂 Clingfilm/plastic wrap can sometimes be very difficult to handle. Try keeping it in the fridge ~ it also helps with finding the end.
TT: Sorry, but I’m not keeping it in the fridge….too inconvenient. My rolls of foil and clingfilm, plastic bags, etc. are in a drawer right at my work area.
TT: Instead, test it out on your family first!
🙂 If a recipe calls for self-raising flour and all you have is plain flour, use 1 level teaspoon of baking powder to every 110g/scant 4oz of flour.
TT: Tried and tested and yes, it works.
🙂 Coffee grounds, filter paper, teabags, egg cartons and scrunched-up paper wrappers can all be added to the garden compost.
TT: Raw egg shells can also be added. Just crush them up first and with the egg cartons, tear it up into pieces.
TT: I usually score an ‘X’ on the bottom first as it helps to start the peel coming off.
TT: Well this is fine IF YOU LIVE IN THE U.S. WHERE THEY ACTUALLY HAVE THESE!! This country does not have brown grocery bags…everything is PLASTIC! I wish we had brown grocery bags as at least they could be recycled. I have a real problem with this tip considering it’s from a UK calendar! (as a side note: We bring our own reusable canvas bags when we go shopping so that we do not add to the already-full-of-plastic landfills areas)
OK kids, there you go. I will try not to be late next week with my tips, but you know, sometimes life just….happens!