With the pandemic and lockdowns keeping us inside our homes more than ever, we have realised the importance of two things: the ability to cook and having food delivered to our doorstep. Having premium food delivered right to our doorstep is a no-brainer. It makes a lot of sense, lockdown or not, especially for those of us who are to busy to shop. Being able to cook is another one of those skills that you either have or you are trying to attain during the pandemic so you can stop ordered takeaway or cooking the same boring two meals that you learned years ago.
Cooking at home more often means more chances to explore your creativity and build your cooking skills. If you are an absolute beginner, there is a lot to learn about cooking and it all starts with some basic tips.
With that in mind, we are going to take a look at some beginner cooking tips that every home chef should know:
Don’t Overcrowd The Pan- even if you think you have enough room in your skillet for another chicken breast or handful of broccoli chances are, you don’t. overcrowding the pan can lead to uneven cooking or under or overcooked food.
Use A Paper Towel To Preserve Vegetables- if your vegetables tend to go bad before you can eat them, try wrapping them loosely in some paper towel and