20.10.2020

Easy cooking tips from the world’s best chefs (12 Photos)

easy cooking tips from the worlds best chefs 12 photos 11 Easy cooking tips from the worlds best chefs (12 Photos)

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COOK BACON IN THE OVEN

‘Barefoot Contessa’ host, Ina Garten, says this is the easiest way to make bacon crispy without burning it. Bake it at 400 degrees for 15–20 minutes, rotating the pan a couple times so it cooks evenly. Not to mention, you don’t have the worry about the bacon grease splattering onto you.

WHISK THE EGGS AND SHAKE THE SKILLET THE ENITRE TIME YOU’RE COOKING AN OMELETTE

Legendary French chef Jacques Pépin says this keeps the egg from burning and makes the omelette light and fluffy.

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NEVER PUNCTURE YOUR MEAT

STK Executive chef Aaron Taylor says “Never stab the meat with a fork or knife to flip it over. These punctures allow juices to escape and can lead to drying of the meat and less-flavorful protein. Always use a spatula and/or tongs when you need to turn your meats.”

RINSE OFF DRY BEANS BEFORE COOKING TO PREVENT ROARING FROM THE REAR

Julia Child said that rinsing off dry beans before cooking them cleans off the sugars that contribute to the – er – anal exhale, that typically come with eating beans.

DON’T FORGET THE GARNISH

It may seem unnecessary, but simply garnishing a dish can a make a world of difference when presenting it. “To make an impression on your guests, throw a simple garnish on your finished platter,” says Sydney Willcox. “Microgreens are easy and beautiful, or take an element from the dish, such as whole herb sprigs or extra spice, and add just a small amount to create a pop for the eye.”

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