Modern cooking evolves so rapidly that it seems almost impossible to keep on top of the latest trends. Social media platforms seem to be filled with daily streams of dishes that appear to be too difficult to recreate. However, fear not, as it is easier than you think to up to date with developments in modern cooking.
Japanese cuisine is synonymous with style, grace, and quality. The Japanese treat their food with exactly these prerequisites and it is essential to learn the art of the knife in order to prepare authentic Japanese food. The shape of the vegetable being cut is paramount to the taste, appearance, and texture of the dish. These are some of the main techniques used in Japanese cooking that will aid the preparation of such meals.
Many of us feel intimidated by certain foods, simply for the manner in which they are cooked. Boiling is the most common way by which we can prepare food such as shellfish or seafood, and it does not have to be a kitchen nightmare. Following some simple but essential techniques, it is entirely possible to have a delicious meal on the table in no time.
A pressure cooker is a treasure. It saves time, cooks healthier without having to add oil and enhances flavours. If you have lost the instruction manual on how to use it, keep reading.
It doesn't matter how good or expensive your frying pan is. If you want them to last longer and stay fit, you have to treat them properly. We all react well to basic care and so does tableware.
It doesn't matter if you are the proud owner of an antique silverplate set of cutlery or if you use stainless steel. When your guests arrive, you need your knives and forks to be not only spotless but shiny. Keep reading to learn the best 5 tips for spotless cutlery.
The kitchen is one of those rooms where things build up as if by magic. Beautiful plates, funny mugs, useful appliances... We tend to buy bits of everything without realizing that the kitchen space is limited. Then the question arises: How to organize the kitchen?
A good knife is a blessing because it makes a hard and dangerous task much safer and effortless. But kitchen knives need some maintenance to keep as sharp as the first day.
The first thing to keep in mind, before you pick up the oil and turn on the glass-ceramic, is to know what kind of frying pan you have. You may think otherwise, but the quality of the frying pan conditions the quality of the food you are going to cook. Low quality pans make it almost impossible to get properly cooked food, mainly because it gets stuck. It is always better to make an investment and get yourself a resistant and manageable frying pan with long-term guarantee.