How To Make Vegetables Tastier With Sous Vide?

If you’ve read the previous article about sous vide short ribs, then now’s the time for veggies to hit the spotlight! Vegetables, like juicy meats, can be tenderized by using the sous vide way. As eating veggies is the number 1 healthy option if you want to be fit and healthy, sous vide will not let those essential vitamins and minerals be removed. Unlike steaming and blanching, this unique method preserves the veggies’ nutritional content. It achieves this by not cooking at a temperature that is higher than what the plant’s cell wall can endure, thereby preventing the structure’s destruction. Upgrade your vegetable cooking…

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How To Make Fried Corn – Here Are 3 Alternatives

Corn! Fried corn, anyone? Corn is loved all over the world. There are so many ways to prepare it, so let’s blast off with the most common recipe that has delighted everyone since time immemorial – fried corn! Get ready to learn to master these simple, yet perfect ways to prepare this yummy treat. Stick with me and you’ll be delighted with yourself, or your loved ones, in no time! More… Here are a few alternatives for you to try: Traditional Fried Corn In A Skillet Let’s start with the basics! This first alternative is both simple to do and easy…

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A Breakfast Favorite: How To Make Pancakes With No Milk

Your mornings will never be brighter than when you have pancakes for breakfast. These little cakes topped with butter and maple syrup are the perfect energy sources to jumpstart your day. However, you really need to put extra effort into making perfect pancakes. There are a lot of ingredients, which are quite expensive, and the entire process requires accurate skills. But in this article, we are going to show you how to make them without one popular ingredient – milk. If you just raised a doubtful eyebrow, then let me explain. More… Baking Uses Of Milk You know that the…

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How To Make Eggless Sugar Cookies? – GimmeTasty.com

You don’t need to wait for Christmas to taste these crunchy homemade sugar cookies. All you have to do is bake! And it doesn’t need to be difficult. Sugar cookies have been in my recipe bin for as long as I can remember. This time, let’s bake with a little twist. Have you ever heard of eggless sugar cookies? I’m sure the vegans out there are familiar with them. It’s good to know the difference between baking with or without eggs! Let’s make sugar cookies for the kids, as well as the kids at heart. This is going to be…

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That's A Wrap! How To Make Amazing And Tasty Lumpia Wrappers

Let’s face it, we have all had a spring roll or two in our lives. To be honest, I have yet to meet anyone that has anything bad to say about these crispy wonders. While the type of filling varies from country to country, the very best recipes have one thing in common: quality wrappers. In the Philippines, these wrappers are called lumpia wrappers. This ingredient is very popular there because they have a wide range of dishes that call for it, like Lumpiang Shanghai, which is ground pork wrapped in lumpia wrappers and then deep-fried to crispy perfection. Molo…

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How To Ripen Pineapple: Two Tried And Tested Methods!

The sweetness of pineapple is something we love. Even as I’m writing this article, my taste buds are craving the fruit’s delectable flavor and richness. I have a couple of unripened pineapple fruits sitting on one of my kitchen drawers. Fortunately, I’ve got the magic to ripen them quickly! How can you ripen pineapples? Some people think that this is an absurd and silly question. After all, fruits have their own natural time of ripening and, of course, we can settle for this. But don’t you know there is also a hack to hasten the ripening process? In this article,…

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The Real Cornstar: The Best Things To Eat With Cornbread

There is something about cornbread that just gets my taste buds excited. This sweet, rich, corny bread evokes images of hearty dinners and lush outdoor picnics. While cornbread is already a treat to eat on its own, I prefer to munch these beautiful baked goodies with other dishes. Cornbread is one of those culinary creations that pair well with almost anything. I, for one, have lost count of how many cornbread pairings I have done through the years. Some dishes that include cornbread are well known and pretty common pairings, while others might just surprise you a bit. A few…

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Can You Eat Peach Skin? Is It Safe And Healthy?

Peaches! They’re yummy, soft, healthy and versatile. You can eat them right away, as juicy as they are, make a pie out of them or squeeze the fruit to make a juice. Of course, we are talking about the inside here, but what about the skin? Is it as useful as the flesh? “Can you eat peach skin?” More… What Is A Peach? A “peach” is a round, juicy fruit that looks like the color of, well, a peach! At least you now know where we got the color peach from. If you were to describe it further and be more…

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How Long Does Prosciutto Last (And Other Important Facts)

Prosciutto is a type of ham that is usually served during special occasions and holidays. You can commonly see this delicacy during Christmas dinners and festive gatherings. But even on ordinary days, prosciutto is still in-demand from eager folks like me who want to enjoy the pleasures of eating this ham as many times as possible. But just like other delicacies, prosciutto has a limited longevity, as it will go off at some time and become inedible. That’s why it is pretty crucial that you consume the entire ham before it exceeds its expiry date. But how long does prosciutto last?…

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Classic Kiddies' Favorites: How To Make Crispy Corn Nuggets

Corn nuggets! They’re a nice, quick and crispy tender snack for all, which are cooked in different way to deep-fried or baked corn. Care to do an experiment? Add a bit of jam and honey to the nuggets and see what the outcome is. Since this delicious treat is so simple, it really is easy as pie to learn! Simple steps, simple things, simple food! Making this recipe won’t do you any harm. The texture of this meal can be rough but it doesn’t taste rough at all! So grab your apron and frying pan, and get ready to learn…

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