101 Tips And Techniques For Cooking Like A Chef

by Kelsey Norwood

in Home,Making Eats

I found this report that has 101 tips and techniques for cooking like a chef. I knew a few of the tips and techniques already, but I learned a handful of new handy tricks as well. There are tips for general cooking; sauces and seasonings; meat and poultry; barbecuing; fruits and vegetables; pastas, rice, and potatoes; and baking.

Here are a few of the things that I learned and thought were helpful:

  • When cooking put a thin layer of butter around the rim of the pan to keep the water from boiling over (which makes a huge mess depending on what you are cooking).
  • If you run out of eggs you can substitute in two tablespoons of real mayonnaise for one egg (I have not tried it yet but I think its quite interesting).
  • A common mistake people make when cooking meats is salting the meat before you cook it. This actually pulls the moisture out of the meat as it cooks, making it dryer.

There are a lot of tips and techniques in this report–101 to be exact.  Just open the free pdf report below by clicking on the link and try them out.

101 Tips And Techniques For Cooking Like A Chef

Let me know what you think of the tips in the comments section below.  Thanks!


1 Shana December 23, 2009 at 10:09 am

Thanks for those tips! I always wondered why some eggs would ooze out and some wouldn’t. I saved these to look over from time to time.

2 Michelle A. January 5, 2010 at 12:06 pm

Interesting tips! Definitely will try the butter on the pan to stop boiling over!

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