Hello my dear readers,
During this Covid situation lots of us rediscovered the “art” of cooking and baking.
I always loved to make my experiments in the kitchen and slowly, slowly some dishes I’ve managed to do them well, I even surprised myself sometimes.
Some of my recipes that I’m proud of:
Oh yes, that’s the exact expression 🤪
I’m not an expert cook or baker but let’s say I’m quite ok at home cooking easy, fast and delicious dishes, so I was thinking to share some of my tips that I’ve learned during these years.
So here we are, my first tip in the kitchen:
Get a salad spinner and dry your salad before seasoning it.
Some may say that a salad spinner is not needed but believe me it is. Not only does a salad spinner make washing lettuces easy, but it dries it so much so more efficiently than towels ever could.
And if you are a salad lover you will know that wet greens are the enemies of salads everywhere. Even a little bit of water on your greens will repel the oils in salad dressing, preventing it from coating the leaves, instead the dressing will slide off and pool at the bottom of your bowl, where all that extra liquid will make the whole salad go soggy and limp faster and the result: a very tasteless and soggy salad.
How to avoid a tasteless and soggy salad?
Get a salad spinner, wash and dry your greens before seasoning and you will have a very delicious salad.
Do you use a salad spinner to dry your greens? Or how do you dry them?
Would love to know.