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Tips and Tricks for How To Cook Food
For most recipes there are simple tricks you can use to make it taste great!
These include some of the following..
- Substitute chicken broth for the water
- Add garlic or onion powder (not salt)
- Put a little heat in there! Add some cayenne or hot sauce. (just a tiny amount).
- Add some smokey flavor! (bacon, liquid smoke).
- What about a tiny bit of sweet? (sugar, honey, maple syrup).
- Fat. A dirty word? Never! Add a little oil or butter. You won’t be sorry!
PRO TIP: Nearly every dish can benefit from a little acid. Just a few drops of lemon juice or vinegar will brighten a dish up in no time!
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This recipe is a basic recipe that will help almost any kind of food taste better.
- 1 can any type of canned vegetable this works for any unsweet vegetable
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp onion powder
- 1 tbs butter
- 1/4 tsp hot sauce
- 1/4 tsp lemon juice
- 1 tsp granulated sugar
Add all ingredients to a sauce pan on the stove top at medium heat. Stir frequently until heated through.
- Any vegetable will benefit from the addition of sugar (sweet), hot sauce (heat), lemon juice (acid) and butter (fat).
- You can substitute any type of fat for the butter: oil, bacon grease, etc.
- It's acceptable to substitute any sweet for the sugar such as maple syrup, honey, raw sugar, etc. Just be aware that maple syrup and honey also lend their own flavors.
- Feel free to substitute other kinds of heat such as cayenne instead of hot sauce.
PRO TIP: Always taste before serving. If for any reason the flavor is off, add salt and pepper, stir, taste again. Only add small amounts and retaste with each addition.