How many time have you been home alone with no will to cook your meal? It usually end up making the same sandwich time after time, just to ask why we choose to go out for lunch. One of the main reasons people don’t cook as much as they should is because the process can be tedious and messy. Hacks are the best way to avoid the messiness and the painstaking details while making cooking a breeze. These food hacks will change the way you see cooking completely. It’s not as tedious as you think with a few of these food hacks. These food hacks will completely revolutionize your cooking and make everyday food easy to make and total fun. When it comes to food hacks, you probably think you’ve seen them all. Here are 10 innovative hacks that will change the way you cook in the kitchen or the way you prepare the food.
Keep Your Lettuce, Spinach or Spring Mix from Becoming Soggy
Blowing into a bag and sealing it will keep your lettuce, spinach, or spring mix from becoming soggy. The C02 helps! Keep them fresh and green as long as possible.
Prevent Salmon Sticking to Your Grill
Grill it on lemons to avoid sticking and to add delicious flavor! Try salmon grilled on a bed of fresh herbs and lemon slices or salmon grilled on a plank with a sweet soy glaze for something new. Grill salmon in foil packets with lemon-tarragon butter for super-easy cleanup. Plus eating more salmon is good for you: salmon is a good source of omega-3 fats, which are associated with better heart health and healthy skin.
Keep Your Spoon in The Hole on The Handle
If you’re boiling something that’s likely to foam up, a wooden spoon laid across the top of the pot will thwart the bubbles and help keep it from foaming over. It breaks the surface tension so the bubbles don’t form, sort of like sticking your finger into a foaming beer to keep the foam from rising too high.
Prevent Chewy Microwaved Pizza With a Glass of Water
Put a small amount of water in a glass when you microwave leftover pizza to keep the crust from getting chewy. Left over pizza is always filling our fridge. We thought we give you a nice little hack the next time you are eating leftover’s.
The Easiest Way to Shuck Corn
With some vegetables, you can boil them for just a couple minutes, then submerge them in ice water, which releases the skin and makes them easy to peel. The easiest way to shuck corn is the microwave. There’s the papery husk to deal with and all those thin, stringy silks that seem to go everywhere and stick to everything.
Turn Your Panini Maker Into an Omelet Maker
It’s designed to press and grill sandwiches, but the mighty panini press will no longer live within the constraints of its “intended” function. For example, it will bake a cake in a ramekin, if you’ll only let it or tasty omelet every morning.
Use a Banana to Substitute for Eggs in a Cookie Recipe
Replacing eggs is the most challenging aspects of vegan baking. Those suckers bind, they leaven and they give structure to our baked goods. There are many egg substitutes available for baking or any recipes that calls for eggs. Most of the egg substitutes can be purchased at health food stores and most grocery stores.
Use Tongs to Get All of The Juice Out of Your Lemons Easily
And if you need to get all the juice out of a whole lemon, be sure to check out this hack about how to juice a lemon using an ordinary pair of kitchen tongs. Just make sure you put a sieve under that lemon and presto! You have seedless juice.
Use Unscented Floss to Cut Soft Things Like Cake and Cheese Perfectly
Use unscented dental floss to cut cakes, cheeses and other soft foods perfectly. Dental floss is great to make perfect cut for cakes, cheese, rolls, burrito and other soft solid foods. There’ll be no mess, no knife sticking events and no hassle. Slide the floss under a rolled cake or bread and pull both ends up. For cakes, hold both ends across a cake, tighten and cut across the cake. For cheese, you can try both the techniques, whichever way you want.
Want to Remove Shells Easily?
You’re preparing a cake or getting ready to scramble some eggs and it happens you spot a teeny, tiny piece of shell floating around in the eggs. Before you reach in and start picking at it, be sure to wet your fingers first. Want to remove shells easily? Wet your fingers.