Whenever the Nutella comes out of the fridge, it’s always a daunting task to spread it on the bread. And despite its sweet and rich taste, it’s such a frustration when hard and dry. More than often you may end up wasting three slices before feeling the easiness.
However, melting the Nutella, with proper method, won’t take more than 5 minutes of your time. This writing will now show you how to melt Nutella in 3 different ways that are super easy to follow and proven to work.Continue Reading
Do you usually use peanut butter? It is always important of my breakfast. And I also recall the days of using peanut butter to make delicious desserts at home. Like many people, however, I struggled a lot with the issue of melting peanut butter in a proper way.
Popular as it is, peanut butter originated from South America and had become an important product on the global scale thanks to Spanish and Portuguese explorers. Nowadays, it plays an essential part in the making of many foods, namely, desserts and cakes
Tamales is a signature Mesoamerican dish that is served and loved by many. As a fan of tamales, whenever I feel like making this delicious dish, I always make a batch of them and end up having plenty of tamales left. Usually, I will keep them in the fridge and reheat them to serve for one or two days. However, the tamales left no longer taste as delicious as the freshly cooked ones.
After a couple of hours looking for tips on reheating tamales, I was surprised to see a lot of people were also struggling with preserving the tasty flavor of tamales after reheating. Then I decided to try a few methods I learned online and used my experiences to adjust the method. The reheated tamales came out fresh and tasty, without any hint of being reheated.
If you are looking for tips on how to reheat tamales, you have come to the right place. I have compiled the three following methods that work perfectly well with tamales for your consideration. The ultimate goal of each method is to retain the original flavor of tamales as if they were fresh out of the steamer. With the tried-and-tested methods below, you won’t have to worry about leftover tamales anymore.
A tamale is a type of steamed dough (also known as masa) dish that is wrapped in corn husk or banana leaves. Tamales can be stuffed with pork, beef, cheese, vegetables or even chilies. You can be as creative as you want with the fillings of tamales. Before I show you how to reheat tamales, you should first keep in mind that only properly stored tamales can be reheated to their original flavors.
A smoked turkey is delicious and convenient. The flavor of the smoked meat is always different from the other ways of cooking. Also, if you have an enormous meal to prepare, you may want to have your turkey smoked forehand. On the day of the meal, you only need to reheat it and serve to your hungry guest.
However, not everyone knows how to reheat a smoked turkey without drying it out. Reheating a smoked turkey is to process it with heat a second time. It is easy to overcook it and take away all the tenderness and juiciness of a delicious turkey.
After a few failures, I gain some experience when warming smoked turkey, especially a whole one. I can tell you that it is not difficult to reheat a turkey and keep it tender. Here is how I do it.
It’s widely claimed that salmon is one of the most delicious and healthiest fishes in the sea. Its taste is mild, creamy and very soft. The Omega-3 fatty acid found in its meat is great for bones, joints, eyes, brain and heart. Also, salmon is low in calories, which makes it a great ingredient in low-fat diets.
For some reasons, people want to know how to take skin off salmon. If you’re one of them, this step-by-step guide is just for you!