12 Cooking Tips For Beginners Indian

Top 12 kitchen tips for beginners

 

  • Instead of fresh tomatoes you can also use tomato paste or tomato sauce, this may save a lot of chopping time.
  • If you soak chickpeas in boiled water it will take only 1-2 hours of time to soak completely.
  • Make ginger-garlic paste in bulk and store it in the fridge.
  • If you remove the stem of the chilly while storing it can be stored for a long time.
  • Another method for storing chilli is to make chili paste and store it in the fridge this saves a lot of cooking time.
  • While chopping the vegetables, chop them in a bulk, use what is needed and put the remaining vegetables in the fridge for later use, chopping a vegetable at a stretch will save a lot of time and energy.
  • Have bulk of peeled garlic in an air tight jar in the fridge.
  • Grate a whole coconut at a time and store it in fridge so that it can be used easily whenever you needed.
  • You can fry grated coconut in bulk with some curry leaves and store it in the fridge, this can be used easily whenever you prepare gravies.
  • While you boil the potatoes or cauliflower make some extra and store it in the fridge, this mixture can be used to make stuffed parathas, cutlets and etc.
  • Store the coriander leaves in an air tight plastic box in the refrigerator to keep them fresh for a long time.
  • To store fish for longer and fresher, clean it first then apply some turmeric powder and salt and put it in the freezer.

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