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How to Cook in an Indoor Fireplace
Updated: August 3, 2019 Just because summer is over doesn’t mean you have to stop enjoying food cooked over an open fire! If you have a wood-burning fireplace in your home, you can grill, skewer, simmer, and cook a variety of different foods all year long. Make sure to always open the flue, and use good safety practices so you don't get injured while you’re cooking.
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How to Steam Pears
Updated: July 22, 2019 All steamed foods are cooked over simmering water, and pears or no different. First, wash, peel, chop, and core your pears. Then, just boil some water, place your pears on top, and wait for your pears to soften. If you don’t have a steamer basket, you can opt to steam your pears in the microwave. Steamed pears can be made into a delicious dessert or pureed for
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How to Thicken Broth
Whatever your cooking project, getting your broth to the right consistency is an important step. If your broth is looking a little thin, there are several ways to thicken it, depending on the ingredients you want to use and the amount of time at your disposal. You can always reduce a homemade broth by cooking it down, but this isn’t always an option if you’ve already salted the broth,
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25-02-2019, 20:00
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How to Fillet a Fish
While catching a fish can be as simple as casting out a line with bait and being patient, filleting a fish takes a little more finesse. Knowing the correct process to fillet a fish can make the difference between getting barely enough meat for a side dish and harvesting enough for a fish feast. Plus, freshly cut fish fillets taste much better than pre-cut.
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There are several easy steps you can take to make your veggies perfectly roasted. Cut your vegetables into equal sizes and coat them in a thin layer of oil and seasoning to bring out their best taste. When you go to roast them in the oven, it's important to note that harder vegetables such as potatoes and carrots will take longer to cook than softer veggies like broccoli and
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How to Deep Fry at Home
If you want to make crispy French fries or delicious doughnuts, you can easily use a wok, saucepan, stockpot, or deep fryer to make fried foods at home! Be careful, as the oil is very hot! With some preparation and attention, you can easily make fried foods, like candy bars, ice cream, and mozzarella sticks.
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Community Tested Boiled eggs are a delicious, nutritious, and easy-to-make snack. Whether you want firm, hard-boiled eggs or soft-boiled eggs with warm, runny yolks, a few simple steps will have you enjoying your savory treat in no time.
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How to Make Dalia
Dalia is a tasty cereal dish that’s made from cracked wheat, which is high in protein, fiber, and iron. Cracked wheat dishes are popular in India, where they're eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There are many ways you can prepare this dish, and vegetable dalia and sweet dalia are among the most popular. Preparing dalia is quite simple and very similar to making rice, and you can
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How to Make Your Own Brown Sugar
Community Tested If you've run out of brown sugar while you're in the middle of baking something, you probably can't just run to the store. Instead, make your own brown sugar by mixing granulated sugar with molasses. Or substitute other pantry staples, but keep in mind that the flavor and texture of your baked goods might be a little different. Once you've made your own brown sugar,
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How to Make Breadcrumbs
If you're looking to use up stale bread or need breadcrumbs for a recipe, it's easy to make breadcrumbs at home. Make soft, fresh breadcrumbs by processing fresh bread in a food processor. Or bake them in the oven to make dried breadcrumbs. You can also toast and grate slices of bread if you don't have a food processor. Consider sauteing breadcrumbs in a little oil to make extra crunchy