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7 Steps to Becoming a Better Cook

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When it comes to cooking a great meal, the reality is that it is not always as simple as it may seem. While there are some amateur cooks that try their best and then succeed early at making great meals, there are others that simply cannot get it right, no matter what they do. They might try and try, and still churn out meals that turn out much less stellar than they had hoped. Below, I have outlined 7 killer ways to becoming a better cook. And, if you are intent on making great meals from now on that you can be proud of, stay away from these common mistakes and you will become a better cook!. 

1. Don’t be indecisive 

One of the secrets of cooking well is knowing what to do and when to do it. Indecisiveness and cooking do not go well together at all. If you don’t know what you are going to, don’t start cooking.

2. Always prep your ingredients

Prepping correctly can make all the difference in the world when cooking any meal. The correct type of prepping is done long before any cooking even begins.

3. Don’t rush it

No good meal ever came from rushing around in the kitchen. If you are really intent on making a great meal, make sure you have enough time to prep, plan, and cook.

4. Don’t wing it

While the more experienced cooks can get away with this, amateur cooks definitely can not. Winging it in the kitchen is like diving in head-first without a life jacket when you don’t know how to swim, it’s just not smart to do! Make sure you know your recipe inside and out before you start cooking a meal.

5. Try not to experiment too much

This mistake goes along with the “winging it” mistake, experimenting too often as an amateur cook is just not a good idea. Stick to a tried and true recipe and don’t deviate from it at all if possible.

6. Always taste while you go

One of the easiest ways to create a wonderful meal that tastes great is to taste while you cook. This is a secret that all experienced cooks already know, and will help any amateur cook determine what to change or alter (if anything), before too much damage is done.

7. Use the HeyFood app to supercharge your kitchen skills!

We’ve all been there. You’re following a recipe on your phone and every time you go to look at it, the screen is locked. Or you’ve lost your place. Or it’s covered in all manor of stickiness from whatever culinary creation you’re currently mastering.

Oh yes. You’re not alone. The struggle is real.

That’s one of the reasons why we gave up our day jobs to build an app that has a unique solution.

 

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Dean

I handle a lot of the promotion side of Globe Scoffers, so get in touch if you want to work with us!

Some favourite food: anything with prawns, lamb curries, brownies (the stickier the better!), salmon and risottos.

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