5 Kitchen Hacks to Help You Prepare for Fall

With fall in the air, you may find yourself itching to spend more time in the kitchen. With the right kitchen hacks, you can prepare for the colder months ahead. Check out our three kitchen hacks that will help you prepare for the fall.

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1. Avoiding soggy food when cooking meat in a pan

One common problem with cooking meat is that it can often become soggy. This happens when the meat releases too much water into the pan, which then steams and boils rather than sears. This can make your meat less flavorful and juicy. There are a few ways to avoid this, however. One is to use a non-stick pan, which will help to prevent sticking and will make cleanup easier. Another is to make sure your pan is hot before adding the meat. And finally, don’t overcrowd the pan. If you have too much meat in there, the moisture will build up and cause the dreaded soggy effect.

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2. How to cook a sweet potato in a microwave in under 10 minutes

Looking for a fast and easy way to cook sweet potatoes? Look no further than your microwave! Simply pierce the sweet potato a few times with a fork, then microwave on high for 8-10 minutes. You’ll have a delicious, healthy side dish in no time!

3. Easy egg peeler hacks

  1. The silicone egg peeler is a great little gadget that peels boiled eggs like a dream. All you have to do is crack the eggshell, place the egg in the peeler, and squeeze the handles together. The peeler will do all the work for you! 2. Another way to remove boiled eggs shells without any fuss is to use a spoon. Simply hold the egg with the spoon and rotate it until the entire shell has come off. 3. If you don’t have a silicone egg peeler or a spoon, you can use your fingers to peel the eggshell. Start by making a small crack in the center of the egg and then peeling it off in sections.

4. Tips for reheating leftovers

It’s officially falling, and that means cooler days and (fingers crossed) pumpkin spice everything. As you get into the swing of things, here are a few tips to help make your time in the kitchen a little bit easier. First, when reheating leftovers, always use a microwave-safe dish. This will help to prevent any accidents and make sure your food stays warm. Another great tip is to add a little water to your food before reheating. This will help to create a little steam and make sure your food is nice and moist. Finally, always stir your food before serving. This will help to ensure that everything is evenly heated and that you don’t have any cold spots.

5. How to cook a whole chicken in a slow cooker

One of our favorite hacks is using the slow cooker to cook a whole chicken. Not only is this a great way to batch cook and have leftovers for the week, but it’s also a really easy process. Just place the chicken in the slow cooker, pour in some broth or water, and set it to cook on low for 6-8 hours. When it’s done, you’ll have a delicious, moist chicken that you can use in a variety of recipes. Check out our recipe for Slow Cooker Lemon Garlic Chicken for a taste of what you can create.

No matter how you slice it, each of these home kitchen hacks will make the fall a little easier to stomach. If your love for food is surpassed only by your love for convenience, consider this helpful advice for three time-saving tools in the kitchen: a microwave, slow cooker, and stovetop.

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