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Meringues are delightful, airy little desserts, but if you don’t have the time or motivation to whip the egg whites until they’re the right consistency, just use the microwave.
We might forget occasionally how powerful microwaves are. Not only can they heat food quickly, but they’re useful for a variety of other tasks. This graphic shows you several examples of both.
Whenever you make cookies, you should chill the cookie dough before you bake them. If you roll the dough before you put it in the fridge, you’ll save time and get better results.
Mashed potatoes are a tasty addition to any meal, but it can be hard to gauge how much you need to make. There’s nothing wrong with saving some leftover spuds if need be, and this method makes it easy to store excess mash and reheat for later.
You might already know how to cut up an onion like a pro, but chef and restauranteur Marco Pierre White demonstrates how to really finely chop an onion. By finely, we mean super small bits that will add even more flavour to dishes without bigger chunks of onion in them.