14 must know cooking kitchen hacks for students
Turns out, you’ve probably been cooking the hard way all this time.
Easy homemade cereal bars
Heat cereal with marshmallows in a microwave for 20 seconds, mix, form into bars and let cool. That’s simple.
How to peel a banana the right way
That is, upside down.
Quickly separate egg yolks and whites
Use an empty bottle to trivially separate eggs, just squeeze it, hold it close to the egg and then release the pressure.
Perfect bacon for sandwiches
Form bacon into a lattice to make for the perfect slice in your BLT.
Re-heat pizzas by folding the slices in half, cutting off the crusts and then use a waffle iron. Alternatively, grill or fry either side for a few minutes.
Make rice less boring with this one trick
Turn bland but cheap rice into a more interesting meal by just stirring in a vegetable stock cube.
Freeze leftover wine
Freeze leftover wine and you can then just pop a few cubes into your sauces when cooking.
The correct way to juice a lime
Cut your limes (and other fruit) into multiple pieces to juice rather than just in half.
Cut tomatoes like a boss
Place them between two places and cut across, slice tomatoes like a ninja.
Trivially peel potatoes
Lightly run a knife around the middle of the potato (not cutting into the skin) then boil for a few minutes, the skin will slide right off.
How to properly peel an orange
Stop making oranges a chore to peel with this easy life hack.
Make perfect burgers
A thumbprint in the middle of the burger will give you a nice and flat patty when finished cooking.
The perfect sandwich guide
No one likes an empty sandwic