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the best food tips - polythene sheet

by:Cailong     2019-08-11
the best food tips  -  polythene sheet
Best food TipsBy: Syeda Mahwish nanaqvi almonds: soak almonds in hot water 15-20 minutes.
Ant: put 3-
There are 4 cloves in the sugar container that can keep ants away from danger.
Cookies: If you put a piece of ink-absorbing paper at the bottom of the container, it will keep the cookies fresh for a longer period of time.
Butter: Avoid using butter.
If it must be used, please use butter with low saturated fat or plant pillars (
Avoid absorbing cholesterol from our body)
Or a similar replacement.
Apple: apply some lemon juice to the cut surface of the Apple to avoid Brown.
They will look fresh for a longer period of time.
Bananas: apply mashed bananas to burns on the body to produce a cooling effect.
Sting relief for bees and Scorpions: Apply with a mixture of 1 pinch to chew tobacco and 1 drop of water.
Mix directly and immediately and apply to the sting;
Cover in place with a Band-Aid.
The pain will disappear in just a few minutes (Karela)
: Cut Karelas in the middle and apply a mixture of salt, wheat flour and condensed milk around.
Set aside 1/2 per hour and Cook.
Carrera celery stuffing: to keep celery fresh for a long time, wrap it in aluminum foil and put it in the refrigerator.
Burnt Food: Put some chopped onions into the container of the already burnt food, pour boiling water, save for 5 minutes, and clean it.
Chili powder: keep a small piece of fun (asafoetida)
Store chili powder in the same container for a long time.
Cut: use the seal of a board.
It won't blunt the knife.
Do not use plastic plates, small plastic sheets may be used with vegetables.
Coriander/Mint: if there is no fresh coriander and mint leaves, you can use dried coriander and mint leaves in the form of coarse powder in vegetable curry or hot and sour sauce.
To keep them fresh for a long time, wrap them in thin cloth and put them in the refrigerator.
Cockroaches: Put some boric powder in the kitchen in the corner and elsewhere.
Cockroaches will leave your house.
Coconut: immerse the coconut in the water, 1/2 per hour to remove its hust.
Dried fruit: to chop the dried fruit, put it in the refrigerator for half an hour before cutting it.
Take out the fruit and cut it with a hot knife (
Immerse it in hot water before cutting).
Dough/Rolling staff: If the dough sticks to the rolling staff, place it in the fridge for a few minutes.
Egg peeling: Before cooking the egg, pierce a pin and make a small hole in the egg.
You can easily remove its skin.
Fresh eggs: immerse the eggs in a cool pot of salt water.
If it sinks, it is fresh;
If it rises to the surface, it is certainly quite old.
Garlic: If garlic cloves are heated slightly before peeling, the garlic skin can easily fall off.
Ghee: Avoid using ghee.
Replace it with vegetable oil if necessary.
Even if you make halwa, you can replace it with the oil part.
Green Pepper: in order to keep the pepper fresh for a longer period of time, remove the stem first before storing it.
Green Peas: to preserve green peas, put them in plastic bags in the refrigerator.
Idlies: Place a betel (paan)
Put the remaining idli and dosa batter on top to prevent them from turning sour.
Don't hit idli batter too much, and the Air added in the fermentation process will escape.
If you add half a teaspoon of fenuba seeds to the mixture of lentils and rice while soaking, dosas will be more brittle.
Fruit: in order to make the fruit mature, wrap it in newspaper paper and put it in a warm place 2-3 days.
The ethylene gas they release will mature them.
Frying: avoid frying.
Bake in a stir fry or oven instead of frying.
Don't pour oil, but develop the habit of spraying oil on cooking utensils.
Heat the utensils first and then refuel.
So that oil can spread well.
So you will use less oil.
The rest: Don't throw away the rest of the food.
In the fridge.
It is used to make delicious dishes.
Lemon/lime: If lemon or lime is hard, put in warm water 5-
10 minutes to make it easier to squeeze.
Lizard: When you hang a peacock feather, the lizard will leave your house.
Milk: Moisten the bottom of the container with water to reduce the chance that milk will stick to the bottom.
When cooking milk on medium heat, place the spoon in the container.
It will avoid sticking milk to the bottom of the container.
Adding half a teaspoon of baking soda to the milk does not spoil the milk when boiling, even if you do not put it in the refrigerator.
Blender/grinder: Grind some common salt in blender/grinder at some times of the month.
This will keep your blender blade sharp.
Mosquitoes: put a few pieces of camphor brain in a glass of water, in the bedroom by your bed, or wherever there are mosquitoes.
Noodles: After the noodles are cooked, dry all the hot water and add cold water.
All the noodles will be separated.
Onion: to avoid crying, cut the onion into two parts and put it in the water for 15 minutes before chopping it.
Pack the onions individually in the newspaper and store them in a cool and dark place to keep them fresh for a long time.
Oven: watch from the oven window to save energy as the oven temperature drops by 25 degrees each time it opens, clean the oven, apply a paste of bicarbonate and water to the wall and floor of the oven, and keep the oven low heat for about half an hour.
Dry food is easily removed.
Paneer: in order to keep paneer fresh for a few days, pack it with ink-absorbing paper when stored in the refrigerator.
Do not fry paneer, immerse it in boiling water to make it soft and soft.
Papad: Bake in a microwave.
Wrap papads with polyethylene film and place them with dal or rice to prevent them from drying and breaking.
Pickles: to prevent the growth of fungi in pickles, burn a small grain of asafoetida on the burning coal, and empty pickles before putting the pickles into the jar
Popcorn: keep corn/corn seeds in the fridge and burst when freezing to get better popcorn.
Potatoes: in order to bake potatoes quickly, put the potatoes in salt water for 15 minutes before baking the potatoes.
Wipe the mirror with the skin of the boiled potato to make it bubble clean.
Don't put potatoes and onions together.
Potatoes rot quickly if stored with onions.
Refrigerator: to prevent the formation of ice, rub salt inside the frozen.
Rice: before the rice is cooked, add a few drops of lemon juice to the water to make the rice whiter.
Before cooking, add a teaspoon of rape oil in the water and separate each grain after cooking.
Don't throw away rice water after cooking.
Make soup with it or add it while making dal (lentils).
Add 5 grams of dried mint leaf powder to 1 kg of rice.
It will keep insects away.
Put a small bag of boric powder in the container of rice to prevent insects from entering.
Put a few mint leaves in the container of rice to prevent insects.
Samosa: bake them instead of frying to make them fat free.
Don't Fry the stuffed potato masala.
Save sam SA in the fridge.
When eating, take it out of the refrigerator two hours in advance and bake at low temperatures. Sugar: Put 2-
Put 3 cloves in the sugar to keep the ants from approaching.
Sprouted ka: seeds with Sprouted mustard (rayee)and fenugreek (methi)
Tadkas of seed.
Both have more nutritional value when sprouting.
This also adds to the taste of the dishes, which can be more beneficial in addition to giving the dishes a decorative look.
Submitted by MS Itisha Madhav Tomato: to remove the skins of tomatoes, place them in warm water 5-10 minutes.
It can then be easily peeled off.
Instead of tomato sauce or ketchup/sauce when tomatoes are not or are too expensive.
Put the cooked tomatoes in cold water and add salt.
They will become firm and fresh overnight.
Luo wangzi: Luo wangzi is an excellent Polish for brass and copper products.
Rub a piece of wet tamarind with some salt sprinkled on the object to be polished.
For sore throat, it is recommended to wash your mouth with tamarind water.
Utensils: use non-stick utensils.
Use thick bottom utensils to heat evenly.
Flat-bottomed appliances are used for electric stoves.
Add a little common salt to the washing powder in order to better clean the tableware.
Vegetables: Do not discard vegetables soaked or boiled water.
For soup or gravy.
To keep the vegetables fresh for a longer period of time, pack them in the newspaper before freezing.
They are chopped only when you are ready to use the vegetables.
Don't cut too early.
It will destroy the value of their food. Sink (Blocked)
: To remove the clogged drain pipe from the kitchen sink, mix 1/2 cups of baking soda in 1 cup of vinegar, pour into the sink and pour about 1 cup of water.
The drain will open in an hour.
Salty soup: Put a peeled raw potato in a bowl, which absorbs excess salt. Yoghurt (Home Made)
: To set up yogurt in winter, place the container in a warm place like the oven, or on a voltage stabilizer.
Yogurt: If the yogurt is sour, put it in a thin cloth and drain all the water.
Then add milk to make it fresh.
Use drained water when making delicious vegetable gravy or Basen Curry.
To keep the yogurt fresh for a few days, fill the container with yogurt with water and refrigerate.
Change water every day. .
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