TIPS FOR BEGINNER COOKS SHOULD MASTER

Author : chef ssentongo geoffrey

blog: tips for beginner cooks

what is the best dish for a beginner cook to try?









*  COOKING TECHNIQUES

How to cook with plant-based meat?

A few points ensures juicy ,tender results every time. starting to cook with plant-based meat can feel intimdating. while its now easy enough to sample a few options at the drive-there making the leap from eating plant-based meat to cooking it at home can seem daunting firs of all, how to choose between all the varieties that are available at the supermarket these days?

* DON’T OVER COOK IT

plant-based meat , while introduced to be seasonally indistinguishable from animal meat, is still a combination of ingredients that can act a little differently when cooked.

* DON’T BE AFRAID TO REALLY SEAR IT

while you don’t want to overcook plant-based meat, it’s definitely a good idea to give patties a really nice sear . To ensure a nice crust forms without sticking ,start with a nicely preheated pan or grill. oiling the grill really well helps the meat release from the grates.

* SEASON AS USUAL

As for seasoning plant-based meat , check the type of meat you bought is already seasoned-in the case of some preshped palties , sausages and crumbles, like traditional ground meat.

* RECIPES FOR PEOPLE WHO CAN’T COOK

Do you know someone who can’t coook?

these meals with few ingredients and simple steps are perfect for beginner cooks.









¬ chinese mince a quick and easy mince dish raw-main lettuce

¬ chap and easy vege-mite spaghetti , when the pantry is looking a little bare , this 4- ingredients eas-sie , past is here to save dinnertime dilemmas.

¬ hoi-sin chicken and broccoli , a quick and easy chicken meal everyone will love .

¬ one-pan steak diane your favourite diane sauce, made easy.

¬ savoury mince using a packet of beef mince, this family-favourite has lots of flavour and is perfect or an easy meal with toast, rice or vegies.

* microwave roast chicken ,so easy and tasty, you will never roast a chicken in your oven again.

DO you add dry spices to a dish after it’s done cooking?     yes or no…  

Published by Chef ssentongo Geoffrey

I started my culinary journey at the young age and I love my career.

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