It is all about preparation, and that means a little preparation.
I am not talking about a “recipe” that you whip up, just a simple and simple recipe that you put together and have it ready in a matter of minutes.
That’s how I make my meals at home.
When I cook, I am always looking for new recipes.
Here are my top tips for making great meals.1.
The right ingredients.
I use my family’s homemade pasta, chicken, and beef stock.
I love that I have an abundance of veggies, like carrots and tomatoes, to add flavor to the dish.
I also use plenty of dried herbs and spices.
I keep things simple by using the meat broth and water.
I like to use a lot of water, but if you use less water, you can add more broth.2.
A quick and easy cleanup.
I do this by soaking my food in warm water for about 15 minutes.
I then wash the surface with hot water to remove the dirt and grime.
Then I dry the food in the oven at 300°F for an hour or so.
It is a good idea to dry out your food before adding it to the soup, so that the flavors of the broth and other ingredients can absorb.3.
Clean up the kitchen.
After the soup is finished cooking, I clean up the sink and dishwashing machine.
I clean dishes thoroughly with soap and water, then throw away any dirt and grease that might have accumulated.
I don’t use dishwashing detergent, but a few drops of dishwashing liquid can help to remove grease and dirt.4.
Take care of the kitchen environment.
Clean the kitchen frequently with a dishwasher and dryer to remove soap and other dirt and debris.
I recommend using dishwasher-safe dishwashing bags.
I have mine at Home Depot for $2.99.
The bags come in two sizes.
A small size is about 6-7 square inches and a large size is 8-9 square inches.
The large size can be used to clean up dishes and pans when I have them sitting in the dishwasher for a while.5.
I usually add a splash of olive oil to the pot for the soup.
This is important because it helps to absorb some of the flavor of the sauce and other spices in the soup and keeps the oil from separating.6.
Add a little more broth if needed.
I typically add a little extra water if I have leftover broth or I have a soup that I am cooking in a pot.
If I have the soup already made, I simply stir it in a little at a time until the broth is thick enough to pour over the top of the pasta.7.
Use a spoon or tongs to stir the soup in.
If you don’t have a spatula, use a fork.
I find that using a spoon works better for a thicker soup than a fork, but it is okay if it doesn’t work.
I add some water as I stir the pasta, then add the rest of the ingredients and stir it all together.8.
Use the spoon to gently mix the soup into the pasta as it cooks.
You want to make sure that the sauce is evenly distributed throughout the pasta and that the mixture is well blended and not runny.9.
Once the pasta is cooked, flip it over and place it in the bowl with the soup or soup broth.
I stir a few times as the pasta cooks.
If the pasta comes out clean, you are good to go.10.
Remove the soup from the bowl and serve immediately.
I always serve the soup on the side of a large plate and add a sprinkle of sea salt on top of that.
It will help the broth absorb more of the flavors in the pasta soup.
I hope these tips help you to make great homemade meals.
I’m always looking to improve my recipes and recipes that are healthy, tasty, and simple.
Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions.