Preparing meals in a hurry can be a daunting task.
This week, I’m sharing some tips and tricks for cooking delicious meals with the help of some of my favorite kitchen tools.
I also share my favorite foods and recipes for a quick meal.1.
Wash your hands.
While washing your hands is a good thing, don’t put them in the sink and don’t wash them outside.
Wash the hands with soap and water to prevent the hands from getting dirty.
I wash my hands with a mild soap and vinegar mixture in the shower.
It’s an easy and inexpensive way to get a clean, even-toned hands.2.
Rinse your dishes.
When you’re ready to use a dish, rinse your hands and add a few drops of dish soap.
I use a paper towel to get all the soap off.
It also helps to use the paper towel on a table or counter, so the soap doesn’t soak up your fingers.3.
Dip the spoon in the bowl.
Dip a spoon in water.
Add the spoon to your plate, making sure to dip it in the water.
Don’t let it soak through the spoon.
If you do, you’re just going to end up with the spoon stuck in your fingers and the spoon going back into your food.4.
Add a splash of water.
Adding a splash can help to help loosen up your food and make it easier to stir it around.
If your food is still wet after adding a splash, just add some water to it.5.
Add more water.
If it looks like you have too much food in your bowl, add a little more water to the dish.
This will help to add more liquid to the mix.6.
If there’s a lot of water in your food, stir it to get rid of any lumps.
Add water if it looks as if the mixture is going to split.7.
Adding toppings like cheese or cream can add extra flavor and nutrition to your meal.
To add toppings, add to the bowl and stir until all the toppings are evenly spread around the plate.8.
Add your choice of sauce.
You can add sauce to the plate by spooning it in to a bowl.
I like to add a teaspoon of mayo and a little pepper sauce to my salad or stir into the meatloaf.
If I have some leftover cheese and it’s not served yet, I will add some to my burger.
If a sauce is not yet on the plate, I add the last spoonful to the bottom of the bowl as it is finished cooking.9.
Serve your meal by spoon or plate.
I usually add a spoon to the sides, so I can grab the toppies as they fall out.
The spoon is great for dipping into the sauce and stirring in while I’m cooking.10.
Top with a cheese and pickles.
You’ll have to figure out how to do this on your own, but if you’re looking for a healthier option, you can also serve it with a spoon.11.
Add some salad dressing.
Salad dressing is great in salad dressings like ranch dressing or light ranch dressing.
I add a dash of vinegar to the dressing, and add it to the salad.
It can add some flavor to the meal.12.
Top your meal with a grilled cheese sandwich.
I sometimes add a grilled cheeseburger on top of my salad to keep things nice and crunchy.
I make my sandwiches from scratch and sometimes use leftover chicken or meatloaves.13.
Serve with a side of salad.
If the food doesn’t have much room for your salad, add some salad to the sandwich.
If that doesn’t work, add more cheese to the burger to give it some texture.14.
If vegetables are on the menu, add them to the top of the salad or sandwich.
You could add spinach or broccoli to the salads, or add a chopped tomato and some other veggies to the sandwiches.15.
Add extra meat.
If meat is not available, add it as an option.
I always add extra sausage and onions to my burgers, but I also add chicken breasts and a fried egg.16.
Add additional condiments.
I often add more condiments on the sandwich, such as tomato and garlic sauce.
I think adding extra condiments like a drizzle of vinegar or salt and pepper makes things more delicious.17.
Make a sides menu.
If serving a side with a meal, add extra condiment to the recipe and make a separate list for that side.18.
Add condiments for other meals.
If adding a condiment, add one to the menu or add it at the end of the meal if there’s no option for adding it.19.
Share your meal on Facebook.
I find it great to share meals with my friends and family on Facebook and on Instagram.
I love sharing my meals with other friends, and my Facebook page is full of friends who