10 common cooking mistakes
Adding oil to pasta juice
Many people add oil to their juice when making pasta. This is done to stop boiling water or to prevent pasta from sticking together. However, if you are going to make pasta with sauce, this method will make it difficult for the sauce to stick to the pasta.
Cooking meat without thawing beforehand
You must remove the meat from the refrigerator and allow it to come to room temperature before cooking. Otherwise, if you cook cold meat, it will dissolve, it will be undercooked and it will burn out.
Mixing the rice
Unless you make risotto, mixing the rice is inconvenient. Mixing the rice boiled in the water will activate the starch in it.
When it comes into contact with high temperature, it starts releasing toxic chemicals and causes an unpleasant odor.
Using greens wet
Make sure they are dry after washing your greens. Otherwise, water causes steam and you may encounter a very cumbersome flavor after your vegetables are cooked.
Adding the garlic too early
Garlic is an easily burning food, so adding it to the food beforehand can spoil its flavor. Add the garlic at the end of your meal.
Cooking fish without drying
One of the tricks of making the most delicious fish is to dry it with a clean cloth after cleaning.
Cutting without resting after cooking
After cooking meat, the health juice in it remains at the center of most meat. For this reason, you should wait 10 minutes for these juices to spread before cutting the meat and then slice it.
Strain the pasta juice
When the pasta is boiled, all we can do is pour the juice over cold water But if you make pasta with sauce, it will add flavor to your sauce. This water can help the sauce have a more even consistency.
Not preheating the pan
Before frying, you must heat the pan a few minutes before.