Friday, November 16, 2012

A "Peeling" tips! - Fun Puns ;)

Peeling stuff (as it turns out) is a big and tedious part of cooking... here's a few tricks to help "shave" some time :)


The other egg one (below) worked too... but this one was definitely easier :)




Peel an Orange and blow everyone's mind at the same time!

- Cut off the top and the bottom
- Slice down one side (make it like a "Pac Man")
- Unroll.... you can say "Ta Daa!" if you want :)
Garlic

Throw the Garlic in the microwave for 10 seconds and they'll slip right out :)

P.S. - If you have a lot to peel, put them between two stainless bowls and shake vigorously ;)

Tomatoes!

See above tip ;) - Pretty much the same thing

Pop them in for 30 seconds (let rest for two minutes) and the tomato skin will slip off easily

EGGS!


Add 1/2 tsp. baking soda to the water when boiling eggs and the shell will come right off :)

Peel Bananas from the other end - just pinch it, something Monkeys figured out immediately...took me a while lol






Potatoes :)

After boiling them, place them in a bowl of ice water for a few seconds. Then, just grab it with both hands, twist, and pull apart. The skin should slide right off.


4 comments:

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  3. If you're using thin skinned potatoes (Yukons are our favorite), don't peel at all if you're mashing. The skins intensify the flavor and when mashed you don't notice any difference in texture. My family vastly prefers them with skins now.

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