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Tesco offer - 1.4.2018 - 30.4.2018 - page 58 - NO LONGER VALID

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KITCHEN SECRETS 6 Browning meat seals' in the juices Actually it does the opposite, as the high heat causes the meat fibres to contract, squeezing out moisture. It does, however, create the delicious caramelisation of the sugar in the meat (the Maillard reaction) that is the highlight of any steak, so is still worth doing. 7 Prick sausages before cooking so they don't explode This is a hangover from an era when sausages contained more filler than meat. Cooking sausages on a low, even heat and turning them regularly wil prevent unexpected bangers. 8 Reheated rice will give you food poisoning A quick rundown of favourite takeaway dishes (egg-fried rice, biryani) made with twice-cooked ice indicates this can't be 100 per cent accurate. So why do so many people worry about it? The truth is it's not so much the reheating that's the issue, it's how the rice is stored after it's first been cooked. It should be cooled as rapidly as possible (spread it out on a plate or clean baking sheet to speed this up) ideally within an hour, then chilled to slow the growth of bacteria and their spores. Keep for no more than 24 hours and reheat until absolutely piping hot throughout. Only reheat what you're going to eat immediately as you should only reheat once AND A FEW RULES THAT ARE WORTH FOLLOWING... s should 9 Aubergine be salted to draw out the bitterness Thanks to clever cultivating, bitter aubergines are a thing of the past. Salting does draw out moisture but your veg will actually be mushier as a result, so skipping this step not only saves time, Bringing eggs and butter to room temperature before baking will give you a lighter, fluffier cake. Resting pastry in the fridge helps prevent shrinking and results in a more delicate crust. Double win! it improves your food too. 10 Sprouts should have a cross scored into them This is a bit of a faff, and you're also more likely to end up with waterlogged sprouts. Instead, just trim any excess stalk and remove brown or damaged leaves Preheating your oven really is essential for reliable results, and as an empty oven heats up faster than a full one, it will save time and energy 58

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