3. Let’s say you’re making soup and you add too much salt. Obviously , he soup is ruined, right? Wrong! Just drop in a raw, peeled potato. It will absorb a good amount of the salt content.
4. Here is some indispensable cooking advice: when baking, it is better to measure your dry ingredients by weight than volume. This is due to the fact that packing a dry ingredient like flour in a measuring cup can yield varying weights depending on how compressed it is.
5. Steak is expensive, but the best cut of beef is not entirely necessary for a delicious steak dinner. Try something like a hanger steak or a tri-tip. With the right marinade and cooking process (fast and hot), you’ll end up with delicious meat (don’t forget to slice against the grain).