Not many people actually are preparing their own food and that is because they think they are bad at cooking. Well, that might be true, but cooking is something that everyone can learn pretty quickly, so you shouldn’t feel bad if you are not a top chef now. Nobody is born to be a top chef, all of us must go through some training if we want to master some skill, the same goes for cooking. That is just another skill that you have to learn and adapt to it.
If you really don’t want to spend a lot of money on food when visiting restaurant every day just to eat, then you need to start improving your cooking skills. Of course, not every food is easy to prepare, there will be dishes that will challenge your skills and you might fail at first, but that doesn’t mean that you should quit. In fact, that should be a motivation for you to learn how to prepare that dish. I made this article to help you out with some of my tricks that helped me become better in the kitchen.
Taste the Food
The first advice that I can give to you is that you should always taste the food that you are preparing. I am not a professional chef or anything like that, but I had my experience with cooking and I just want to share what I have learned from my mistakes. As you might know, I visit a lot of restaurants, so I started to ask professionals for an advice for a beginner in the kitchen and all of them gave the same tip and that was to try the food while preparing or cooking it.
Before this, I never wanted or knew that I could easily just try the food that I am preparing before it is done. This has changed a lot and I became a much better cook. When you taste the food that you are preparing, you can use that as a help to know what the food is missing or have too much of.