7 Grandma's cooking tips that still relevant in this modern era

7 Grandma's cooking tips that still relevant in this modern era
7 Grandma's cooking tips that still relevant in this modern era
7 Grandma's cooking tips that still relevant in this modern era
7 Grandma's cooking tips that still relevant in this modern era
7 Grandma's cooking tips that still relevant in this modern era

What make your cooking tastes delicious and different from others are the secret recipes that is sent down from the elderly. This is the reason why some people will remember how to put all the ingredients into good combination so that this will produce a distinctive taste.

Unfortunately, nowadays, some people start to leave the old secret recipe behind, so that they cannot produce the delicious cooking. In attempt to remember what the elderly has given to us, these ancient cooking tips should be preserved by one generation and later will be handed down to another generation. 

If you are the beginner to learn cooking and do not know how to produce delicious food, you are encouraged to jot down these ancient cooking tips so that you can produce the distinctive taste for family.

Prepare the ingredients

What you are supposed to do when cooking is to prepare the ingredients. This is what the ancient cooking tips ask for. It is quite important to do so, since you can cook the food without worries and you can put the whole ingredients inside.

Use the eggs in the room temperature

Some people might ignore this concept. It is said that in ancient cooking tips, people who plan to cook are suggested to take out the eggs from the fridge and set it aside for a moment. People might not know that the eggs with the room temperature will have good consistency, so that it can be mixed well with the dough. 

In addition, you can mix the dough easily and it feels cold as well. it is totally different from the frozen eggs, since it is thought that this is quite difficult to mix when you add the eggs into the dough. So, remember what the ancient cooking tips say.

Do not forget to add salt

If you think that your cooking is not tasty, there might be something missing and people come to decision that it lacks of salt. Add some salt into the food but do not put it too much since it will produces salty food. This is what the ancient cooking tips you need to remember.

Use the meat juice to make the broth

According to ancient cooking tips, it can be guessed that you might never know your grandma melt the frozen broth at the day when she is about to cook something. What the most secret thing that your grandma does is adding the liquid produced from the meat. This makes the cooking taste better and it is money saving as well.

Store the vegetable stock

What the ancient cooking tips recommends you is that you are supposed to save the vegetable broth. It can be done when you boil the vegetables and you can set aside a good amount of the broth in separated bottle. Such vegetable broth indicates to add the food tastes better.

Thicken the sauce with the cornstarch

It might be disappointing enough if you serve the food with the thin sauce. It can be said that in ancient cooking tips, you are recommended to pour the thick sauce as topping on some certain foods. To make the thick sauce, you can mix the water and the cornstarch. Pour this dough into the sauce you are cooking at that time and stir it until it becomes thick. Make sure that you put both the water and cornstarch equally, since it will not result a good mixture if you do not do so. In addition, this can be applied to all kinds of sauce.

Add the outer part of the cheese

It might sound ridiculous when you add the outer part of cheese into the cooking. But, it is such a good idea to try out when you want to serve the most delicious cooking. What the ancient cooking tips recommends is that you are not allowed to throw the outer part of the cheese away since it can be added with the soup, broth and cheese sauce. As you add a good amount of this ingredients, you can produce the distinctive taste or creamy. So, think twice before you throw the outer part of the cheese into dustbin.

That's the 7 grandma cooking style tips, very easy to practice is not it? Cooking is a very easy thing actually. Especially if you follow the tips of ancestral heritage that is very natural but high taste. There is nothing wrong if you try to cook grandma's style of recipes from generation to generation in your family.

Aspire to be a wife who loved your husband of course you want to always prepare a delicious cuisine on the tongue, nutritious and healthy. You can plagiarize the grandma cooking style tips that we have conveyed above. You can try cooking that way and serve it for the people at home.

For those of you who have never cooking at all, the tips above can be a reference cooking that taste high. Do not waste these tips just to read once. Practice with cooking in your own kitchen at home.

There are grandma cooking style tips that you can get from your own mother or grandmother. Begin learning with the correct stages and materials. I am sure by putting into practice the seven tips above you will cook like grandma. 

Here is some list of peranakan food in Singapore which is home cook food

The Peranakan

442 Orchard Road #02-17 Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879
Orchard MRT
Daily : 11:00am - 10:00pm
+65 6262 4428
S$15 - S$35 per pax

Peranakan Flavours

7 Tan Quee Lan Street, Singapore 188096
Bugis MRT
Daily : 11:30am - 02:30pm, 05:30pm - 10:00pm
+65 6789 1001
S$10 - S$20 per pax
House Special Laksa Goreng (S$15.00)

IVINS Peranakan Restaurant (Binjai Park)

19/21 Binjai Park, Singapore 589827
King Albert Park MRT
Monday - Sunday : 11:30am - 03:00pm, 05:00pm - 09:00pm
Thursday : Closed
+65 6468 3060
S$10 - S$20 per pax

Charlie's Peranakan Food (Golden Mile Food Centre)

505 Beach Road #B1-30 Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore 199583
Nicoll Highway MRT
Daily : 11:30am - 07:30pm
+65 9789 6304
S$10 - S$20 per pax
Ayam Buah Keluak (S$7.00), Lok Kai Yik (S$20.00)

Peranakan Khek

11 Cavan Road #01-03 Cavan Suites, Singapore 209848
Bendemeer MRT
Monday : Closed
Tuesday - Saturday : 11:00am - 06:00pm
Sunday : 11:00am - 05:00pm
+65 6443 1213
S$5 - S$10 per pax
Kueh Salat (S$2.00), Kueh Putugal (S$2.00), Kaffir Lime Butter Cake (S$2.50)