Potatoes – Potatoes are used in almost every dish in some form. If you are using boiled potatoes and find it difficult to remove their skin, add a pinch of salt to the water while boiling the potatoes. It will peel the potato easily. (Photo/Canva)
Paneer – Paneer curry is loved by most people. One of the biggest challenges when making cheese curries is keeping the cheese soft. To soften the cheese used in cheese curries, soak the cheese in hot salted water for a while before adding it to the gravy. This will keep the cheese soft and absorb the gravy easily. (Photo/Canva)
Dal – While making the lentils, sometimes it foams and the lentils also start splattering. If you often face this type of problem, add 1 teaspoon of oil to the water while boiling the lentils. This will stop foaming on the branches. (Image/Canva) Upma, Kheer (Upma, Kheer) – While making upma or kheer, many a time complaints of burning of them come up. If you are also facing such problem, always use a thick bottomed vessel to make things like upma, kheer. The problem of dish burning will go away. (Photo/Canva)
Noodles- Fast food like noodles and pasta are being prepared in almost every household these days. However, many times while making noodles or pasta, they could not separate properly. In that case, placing them under cold water immediately after boiling will separate them properly. (Photo/Canva)
Use of Vegetables, Spices – It is very important to use all the ingredients in sequence while preparing Indian food. Otherwise, the taste of the food may be spoiled. First onion, then garlic, then ginger, tomato, spices should be added, it preserves the taste of the food. (Photo/Canva
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