Ground Beef and Mushroom Skillet This mushroom and beef skewer recipe will give you an enjoyable, comfortable meal for the next week! It takes just one ingredient 30 minutes to prepare. Serve the beef-stuffed pan with pasta or rice to provide an enticing meal. I think this is amazing. Mushrooms and beef are an amazing mix, and this easy mushroom and ground beef casserole can be used together. This dish is savoury and delicious, especially with … [Read more...] about Ground Beef and Mushroom Skillet.
How to prepare chilies? Chilies are a great ingredient to add spice and flavor to any meal. You can find chilies in many different colors, like green, red, or yellow. Chilies add a great kick to pasta sauces or soups. Regardless of what you are making, you will want to prepare your chilies before adding them to the dish you are making. See step 1- below to learn how to prepare chilies. Prepare the type of pepper you have. Wash your … [Read more...] about How to prepare chilies?
What is that stringy-white- thing in my eggs? So, what is that stringy white thing in my eggs? It's chalazae. The plural of chalaza (also called chalazion). The chalazae are twisted strands of egg white that hold the yolk in place in the center of the egg. There are two -- one on each side of the yolk. If you crack an egg and look at it close up, you can see them. They look like little strings or ropes. You can feel them running along … [Read more...] about How to separate an egg?
How to bake a potato? What's the best way to bake a potato? I've heard of all the different ways, but which is best for the juiciest, most flavorful result? Is it oil? Salt? What about using a metal skewer inside to allow heat to escape? If you ask anyone this question, they'll have an answer. But if you do some research, you'll find that everyone's answer is different and passionately held. Some people say oil; others say butter or salt. … [Read more...] about How to bake a potato?
Stovetop cooking basics Stovetop cooking is both a science and an art. The basic principles can be learned in minutes, but the subtler points take years to master. A stovetop's primary function is to put energy into a pot. There are two basic ways a stove can do this: by convection, which involves heating the air that surrounds a pot, or by conduction, which heats the pot itself. Nearly all stovetops use both methods; the difference between … [Read more...] about Stovetop cooking basics