Everyone wants to be great at cooking. It’s not only an impressive skill to have, but it’s also very practical and useful. However, some people are just not born with the inherent skills that make for a great cook. Nonetheless, you don’t have to be born with natural skill to be a great cook, you just need to remember these easy steps.
When you’re cooking, the heat really matters. There are times where you will need a higher flame, and sometimes you need a lower heat. For example, when you are searing meat, you need higher heat than when you are making something like scrambled eggs.
What vessel you use to cook your food will also dictate how it tastes. If you want to get a char on a steak, don’t go for a non-stick pan, use a stainless steel or cast iron pan. If you are making a lot of pasta, make sure you use a big enough pot to hold it all.
Whether you’re following a recipe or not, there are always steps to making a dish; hardly ever will you find that you put everything in at the same time. This is because everything has a different cooking time, so you need to make sure everything gets cooked properly.
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