The egg peeling hack you've been waiting for – smooth boiled eggs every time. In an effort to make everyone's lives a little bit easier, at 9Kitchen we are always on the lookout for useful hacks – and we've got another one for you.
To be clear, a hack for us is when you take an everyday kitchen object and use it in an unexpected way to make a kitchen task simpler or easier. This is not about new gadgets or chef worthy technique. It's also not about party tricks that are show-stealing but otherwise have no practical purpose. It is just about the simple little tricks that make your life a bit easier every time you step into the kitchen. Useful. With that in mind we've been road-testing some of the more common, persistent and popular kitchen hacks that come our way.
See the magic in action in the video above. Uk.businessinsider. Gabby Phi Whole grains are an important part of any diet, providing protein, carbohydrates, fiber, and other essential nutrients.
But which grain is the best for you? To find out, we picked out the most common groups of whole grains and measured them in equal servings. We then ranked the grains based on their nutrient density — or the amount of healthy stuff you get for each calorie you eat. Here's how they stack up. No. 14. Wild rice is known for its chewy exterior. Calories per half cup, cooked: 83 No. 13. Savory purple-top turnip cake. —Oof, I’ve just finished the last of my turnips!
Yay! For the last two to three months, it’s been raining turnips at my house. Every Saturday, I’d pray that the CSA gods would be kind to me and replace the turnips with something more versatile, say carrots, or broccoli perhaps? I told myself I’d even be happy with kohlrabi! No such luck – they kept coming, and coming and coming.... Believe or not, there were advantages to my turnip-ful winter. The “turnip” in turnip cake in this dim sum delicacy is a misnomer. Anyway, I was perusing the web and came across a turnip cake (the daikon radish kind) recipe on The Woks of Life. So I ask you, is there no more fitting way to end the season than with a last batch of (literal) turnip cake? Turnip or radish cake is one of my favorite dim sum dishes. Savory purple-top turnip cake. How To Make The Best Ramen You've Ever Eaten. Slow-Cooker Vegetarian Pho. Healthy breakfast recipes that'll actually keep you full. It's perhaps the most important meal of the day, but are you doing it right?
Sure, a bowl of cereal — even organic cereal with hormone-free milk — may seem simple and easy, but when your stomach starts grumbling at your desk just hours after your last spoonful of granola, it can feel like eating breakfast was pointless. In December 2016, researchers at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark concluded that eating plant-based protein for the first meal of the day is key to staying full longer. Legumes such as beans and chickpeas, which are high in both protein and fiber — and low in calories and fat! — will satiate savory cravings in the morning and keep your stomach happy until lunchtime. Ready to make a breakfast that will actually keep you full? Chickpea, yogurt and egg This incredibly simple-to-make and savory breakfast parfait is loaded with protein — try adding whole wheat toast on the side for some extra fiber.
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If you are at all involved with Pinterest, you know this already. Pop slices of unpeeled sweet potato in a regular old toaster and then top it with healthy goodies — like the very popular avocado — for a breakfast or snack filled with slower carbs and healthy fats. I’ll admit, I was skeptical. 25 noodle recipes to get you out of a knot.
Uk.businessinsider. Put an egg on it: Poached, fried and boiled egg recipes. The secret to a perfect poached egg. Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% How to poach eggs Poaching eggs is sometimes viewed as a dark art best left to the cafe, but Jill Dupleix shows you how easy it can be.
How to cook a 63-degree egg Most people are so scared of poaching eggs they only ever order them in a cafe. 1. 2. 3. So let's get cracking. First, three-quarter fill a medium-to-large pan with water and bring to a gentle simmer, with little bubbles coming up from the base. Now, here's the thing: crack an egg into a small fine-meshed strainer set over a small bowl, and allow the excess egg white – the bits that would otherwise go wispy – to drain away. Tip the egg gently into a soup ladle. Poach for 2½ to 3 minutes, depending on how you like your eggs – very runny, or softly runny. For avocado on toast with poached egg and chives: roughly crush a peeled and pitted avocado with 1 tbsp lemon juice, sea salt and pepper.