Have you ever thought to yourself that you would like to learn how to be a better home cook? With these easy and simple steps, you can improve your cooking the way that you have always wanted to! A sure way to impress your loved ones or yourself with deliciously tasty food.
Invest In Your Utensils:
This would have to be the simplest and most impactful step you can take to make cooking easier. Having good grade cooking utensils takes the stress out of cooking and even makes preparation faster. Seeing this as a necessary step to be a better cook can also make cooking fun. Professionally sharpen your knives, buy nonstick pans, a strong spatula, and maybe even a cookbook. Investing in your utensils is a great first step for better cooking, saving time, and stress-free preparation.
Cook What You Love:
The best way to get better at cooking is to first start by creating something you love to eat. Seems like a no brainer right? Well, most people who start cooking at home usually start cooking foods that are complicated because of their personal diet. Always start with something that is your favorite and chances are if you are satisfied with your cooking, others will be too.
Just like anything in life, the more you practice something the better you will get! Chefs only become chefs by practice and with that said you can be your own home chef. Once you have cooked your favorite dishes at least three to five times you will start to improve it by adding or taking out ingredients. Your skills will increase just by cooking at least three times a week. After one month or less, you will have mastered your favorite dish just the way you like it and will feel comfortable sharing your newly discovered culinary creation with your friends and family.
Explore New Cultures:
Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and try cooking something you have never tried before! Every culture has famous and tasty foods, so why not try something new? With your newly mastered culinary favorite, it is time to add some diversity. Use new ingredients and you can even mix your own favorite ingredients to add some zing to your new dish. After cooking and tasting your new foreign cuisines be sure to show off and awe your friends and family with your newly acquired international cooking skills.
Write Down Your Recipes:
By now maybe you have four to five or even more favorite cuisines that you love to cook. Write them down! Write down your preparation, the necessary ingredients, and the steps for cooking your favorites. By doing this you are not only memorizing the recipes but will help others cook your recipes with ease. A great way to share your skills with your children, your partner, relatives, and or friends who want to learn how to be a better cook just like you!
You don’t need to go college or even need to buy expensive equipment to become a better cook! All you need to do is to follow these simple steps and practice! Over time you will learn more about your personal interests and what you are capable of, rather than what you would learn in a classroom. If you found these steps helpful, please follow us for more articles about food and about top restaurants in Koh Samui!