18 Kitchen Secrets You’ll Be Thankful for

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18 kitchen secrets that housewives usually collect for years.

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  1. For puffy scrambled eggs, add two tablespoons of cold water for one cup of eggs and whisk well.
  2. Instead of yeast, you can add a little cognac into the dough. The dough will be more fragrant and the pastries tastier.
  3. You can quickly whisk egg whites into a lush foam if they are pre-chilled. Add a few drops of lemon juice or a little citric acid. The yolk loves the opposite – heat and sugar.
  4. To fry or bake the meat with a golden crust, coat it with honey.
  5. Onions will lose bitterness and will be much tastier if you put them into a colander when chopped and pour over boiling water.
  6. The liver will be soft if you sprinkle it with sugar before frying.
  7. For eggs not to burst while boiling, they must be placed into cold water before boiling.
  8. For milk not to burn while boiling, rinse the pan with cold water and cook over medium heat.
  9. Clean or wash vegetables directly before adding into a soup.
  10. To get tasty carrots, cook them for 5-10 minutes. Carrots, like other vegetables, are cooked over good heat and salted at the end of cooking.
  11. For the rice not to be gummy, it should be soaked in cold water for 30 minutes before cooking.
  12. For the salt in a bowl not to moisten, add a few grains of rice into it.
  13. For the rice not to be too soft, you can fry it a little, but it does not greatly increase in size in this case.
  14. For the milk not to boil over, add a lump of sugar and cover it, stirring every 3-4 minutes.
  15. For the rice to be transparent, you need to put it into boiling water for 5 minutes.
  16. For the rice or pasta not to stick together, you need to add a little sunflower oil or olive oil into the water or rinse with cold water after cooking.
  17. Withered dill and parsley become fresh again, if you put them into water with a little vinegar;
  18. If you want to get delicious vegetables, it is necessary to put them into the water after it boils. If you want a tasty broth, put the vegetables into cold water.