36 Kitchen Tips and Tricks That Nobody Told You About

6. Freeze Leftover Sauce

How clever is this? I hate wasting food, but sometimes it’s hard to prevent, especially when a recipe calls for half a cup, but the cans are sold in 16 ounce servings (like tomato paste). Essentially you could do this with homemade sauces as well as anything canned that you don’t use up. Simply freeze leftovers in an ice cube tray, and then once it’s frozen, transfer the cubes into a freezer safe bag.

Kitchen tips and organization tricks for food, cooking and cleaning. Lots of clever hacks here that might help with food waste and money savings. Listotic.com


7. Peeling Garlic The Easy Way

This is not the job I like to sign up for (who likes to smell garlic on their hands for 3 days straight?), but this technique looks like too much fun to pass up! Smash, shake, and separate! I’ve also seen this done with two ceramic bowls placed on top of each other (rim to rim) to create a dome for the garlic. The hard surface might work more efficiently than tupperware at breaking apart the garlic.

#7. Peel garlic the easy way! ~ 36 Kitchen Tips and Tricks That Nobody Told You About

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8. The Smart Way To Reheat Pasta

Instead of stirring your pasta several times in between the cook time in your microwave, leave a small circle empty in the middle of your plate so that the pasta will cook more evenly.

#8. The smart way to reheat pasta! ~ 36 Kitchen Tips and Tricks That Nobody Told You About

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