Be good in kitchen

Be good in kitchen

In addition to being fun, knowing how to cook helps to take better control of the family's eating habits, since we have control over what we eat. It is also a way to offer our children the opportunity to observe and develop their culinary knowledge, an asset for life! Would you like to learn how to cook? It is not too late. Here are some tips to get started today.

The secret is in practice

The first time we cook, we ask ourselves several questions, we look for our kitchen tools, we do some damage, we start again ... In short, at first, the meal that seems so simple on the image is not not at all! You must keep trying.

The more we practice, the more we develop tips and techniques. Over time, cooking is simplified and fast. It is then that we love more and more cook and that we gain confidence. The stress associated with meals decreases, we save time in cooking, and even long-term time, because we take care of our health.

Well equipped

Here are the essentials to make it fun to cook basic recipes:

  • At least 2 stainless steel pans (a small and a large)
  • A large nonstick skillet
  • A plastic or silicone spoon
  • A ladle, spatula, tongs, wooden spoon and whisk
  • A cutting board
  • Mixing bowls that go to the microwave oven
  • A chef's knife, a paring knife and a bread knife
  • A colander
  • A baking tray
  • A square or rectangular baking dish, pyrex or metal
  • A grater
  • A can opener
  • Hermetic containers for leftovers

Learn by observing

For some, it is more effective to learn by observing than simply following a recipe in a book.

  • - You can watch cooking shows:
  • - There are also many videos on the web to help you master some techniques:
  • - You can ask a friend to cook with you to show you some tips.
  • - You can participate in collective cooking sessions.
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