Video: When it comes to turning unappealing kitchen scraps into something delicious, banana peels are one of the most difficult to work with. They’re rubbery and bitter when raw.
Photo by Yoori Koo on Unsplash A half-consumed can of jellied cranberry sauce is kind of a sad sight, but there’s no reason to toss this tart and sweet substance, even if you’re eaten every last bit of turkey.
Peeling capsicums before cooking makes them so silky they practically melt, but it does leave one with a lot of peels. You could use them to flavour homemade stock, or you could be extremely clever and make a vibrant red salt that tastes like paprika.