Indoor Grill Cooking Tips  

Indoor Grill Cooking Tips

Indoor grills relieve you of the inconvenience of the fire up process especially in the winter. While cooking with this grill, it is very important to preheat the setup. Follow the manufacturer’s direction and heat it up to the temperature as mentioned. As far as utensils are concerned, plastic containers are better to be used on nonstick surfaces. Metal containers may damage the non stick properties of the grill. More...

 

Cooking Time For Steaks

Cooking Time For Steaks

Filet mignon is considered ‘Queen of Steaks’ and has the best flavor and is easy to prepare. For a 1 - 1 1/2 inch meat, you need to cook for 7 – 10 minutes to get an optimally cooked steak. If the meat is around 1 3/4 - 2 inch thick, it takes anywhere between 10 - 12 minutes to reach the medium cooked stage. More...

 

Recipe For Baking Asparagus

Recipe For Baking Asparagus

Asparagus is a vegetable that has existed from early times. The Greeks, Romans and the Egyptians ate and loved asparagus. The edible portion is the tender shoot, often spoken of as an asparagus spear for its spear-like shape. The limp canned product is unlike the succulent, fresh and tender one. More...

 

Cooking Chicken Internal Temperature

Cooking Chicken Internal Temperature

The duration at which chicken takes to bake in an oven will depend on baking temperature. Generally it is 350° F for 30 to 40 minutes. If using an instant digital thermometer, the internal temperature should be 165° to 170° F. More...

 

Dehydrated Vegetables Cooking Tips

Dehydrated Vegetables Cooking Tips

Dehydrated foods are great for apartment dwellers and also people with less storage space. In the past years, these dehydrated foods still retained about 30 percent moisture but with the new technology, it is reduced to as low as 2 - 3 percent making it possible to store for several years. More...

 

Eel Cooking Tips

Eel Cooking Tips

Eels are a type of fish with a snakelike body and a smooth texture and are found in fresh water bodies. The meat of this fish has a good flavor and is popular in Japan and also many other countries in Asia. Eels are killed by putting them in a container and sprinkling some salt and leaving them for two hours during which they lose about 5 percent of their weight.More...

 

Recipe For Slow Cooking Pork Ribs

Recipe For Slow Cooking Pork Ribs

One simple recipe for slow cooking of pork ribs is to mix onion, salt, vinegar, brown sugar, chili powder, ketchup and oregano and season the ribs with this mixture. Keep stirring the ribs in a cooker while cooking them on low flame for about 6 hours. On high flame, you need to cook for around 3.5 hours. Remove the ribs, arrange in a broiler and heat them. You can broil the ribs about 6 inches away from the heat until they become brown. Freeze the juices that have collected in the cooker for 10 minutes and discard the fat that collects. Boil the remaining defatted juices in high heat for about 15 minutes. More...

 

 

 

 

    
 

Baked-Potatoes-Cooking-Times      To get the best baked potato with the flaky textured skin, it is recommended to use baking-type potatoes like Russet potatoes. Avoid potatoes with bruised skin, sprout growths or spots which are discolored as you would be consuming them along with the skin. It is better to chose potatoes which have uniform brown toned skin. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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