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Culinary Slip-ups

by: Woman Today
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Culinary slip-ups happen even to the best cooks. Here are some tried-and-tested corrective tips:

  • If the broth is too salty, drop in a potato. It will absorb the extra saltiness. Just be sure to take out the potato later.

  • Marshmallows harden especially when left at room temperature longer than necessary. Store them in the freezer and thaw before using they'll be fresh and soft.

    And if you don't want the marshmallows to stick together, just dust them with very fine sugar.

  • Where to store bread? If you can't consume it all, place the bread in the freezer section of the ref. It will keep longer.

  • Uh-on, you've made the dish too hot and spicy. Add a little sugar to the mixture. It will lessen the spiciness - but only a little.

  • Like the apple, the flesh of the avocado darkens when exposed to air. Coating it with citrus juice will keep the flesh from darkening. Don't place unripe avocados in the ref. Wrap them in foil to quicken the ripening process.

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September 20, 2017

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