Whether you’re trying to thicken up a luscious leek and cider sauce, reduce a tongue-tastic red wine jus, or make a rich and robust gravy, the absolute best way to do it is to go lidless. That’s right, friends. Pop your tops!
Parchment paper is used quite often in the kitchen, especially if you’re baking. Its non-stick and humidity resistance make it ideal for covering your baking tray before you lay down the food that needs to be baked or cooked, and it’s super-easy to work with and dispose of.
But have you found yourself asking which side goes up? It’s not like it comes with instructions to help you out, so how are you supposed to figure it out…
Sun-dried tomatoes are juicy little tomatoes that have had most of their moisture taken away by drying in the sun (or the oven, or a tomato dehydrator).
Sun-drying is an excellent way to preserve and elevate tomatoes. It extends their shelf life significantly and gives them a wonderful texture and flavor that is unique and very tasty.
If you’re wondering whether to pan-fry your burgers or bake them in the oven, you’re not alone. Every day, thousands of home cooks like you are asking the same question online.
In this post, I’ve explored each’s pros and cons so that you can decide which of these cooking methods to go for.