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Rule number one in the kitchen: do not over-complicate things. These 8 quick and simple kitchen hacks will save your time and make things easier.
How to keep bananas fresh?
Stop bananas from ripening too soon and turning brown! Remove them from the bunch. Create a vacuum seal at the stem of each individual banana by using cling film plastic wrap. Never keep bananas in the refrigerator. The low temperatures stop them from maturing properly.
A quick way to cut pepper
Because of their puzzling shape, bell peppers can be difficult to cut into consistently even slices. This method produces the best results. Once you’ve mastered the technique, the process will take seconds.
How to get rid of excess oil?
The easiest way to remove excess oil from your cooking pan is to add some rise inside.
The fastest way to cut cherry tomatoes and grapes in half
Here’s how to cut a bunch of cherry tomatoes in half in seconds: wash and dry them, then place them all together on a cutting board. Take a round flat lid from a salad or sandwich container and hold it over top of all the tomatoes. Press down enough to hold the little guys in place but not so hard that you squash them. Take a serrated knife and cut through the center of the tomatoes with one big sawing motion. Lift the lid and voila! Perfectly halved in seconds.
How to keep your salad greens fresh and crisp?
The best way to protect and prolong the life of your greens is by storing them in a large container lined with damp is to use paper towels. “If you wrap the leaves in a totally dry paper towel, the moisture from the leaves will be absorbed more quickly, and the leaves dry out.
How to peel a mango properly?
If you don’t have a peeler, you can also use a drinking glass to remove the peel. For soft mangoes peeling method with a drinking glass is probably the easiest and fastest way to do it.
How to soften butter quickly?
Use the hot glass over cold butter trick to quickly soften it. Heat a glass of water, toss out the water and cover the butter with the warm glass. The heat and steam from the glass will gently warm the butter to perfection.