Women On Reddit Share Cooking Tips That Will Make You A MasterChef!

Your mom will be proud of you if you know these hacks!
Women On Reddit Share Cooking Tips That Will Make You A MasterChef!

Living alone is all cool and fun until you realise miss the yummy food your mom would make for you, and now you will have to cook the delicacies yourself. Cooking is fun if you know the right hacks and tricks that will make your job easy, and also make your food taste insanely good! It is an art you master the more you do it. So, if you are away from home or are a culinary enthusiast, here are some of the best tips and tricks shared by women on Reddit.

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Women on Reddit shared some of their best tips and tricks for cooking, and have compiled them for you. The very first one is you should always double the amount of garlic mentioned in a recipe. I swear by this one, and I attest that it makes the food taste 100 times better.

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You don’t need to buy breadcrumbs every time you need a binding agent in your dough. One of the Reddit users suggested that you freeze the edges of the bread and grind them in the mixture and you will have your own breadcrumbs.

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As Indians we love our gravies, right? One of the users suggested that you should ad cashew paste to thicken your gravies! One of the Reddit users also said that you can use cornstarch slurry to thicken curries or gravies.

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One of them suggested that you can also eyeball your spice measurements and you do not have to perfect every time. Unless it is baking!

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Another user gave a great hack to balance your dish if it either turns out too salty or sweet.

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One of the most essential tips shared by a user on Reddit was adding ghee to your chapati dough as it balances out the consistency! I am trying this one for sure.

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Another great tip is for the times when your dish becomes too salty. Add in some potatoes as they absorb the extra salt or you can also add a small ball of chapati dough and it serves the same purpose.

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So, save these hacks and share them with your friends or cousins to help them make their cooking better. But don’t share it with your mom because she will think you are trying to be dedh shaana!

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