Things A Chef Should Be Aware Of

If you think that being a chef is one of the easiest things to do in this world, you are probably wrong because there are many Chefs in this world but only of you of the manage to be amongst the best. The reason here is that most of the cells are unaware of some of the basics that the top Chefs know. If you are working hard to be one of the best Chefs in the world, make sure that you have an idea about the following.

1. Adding the perfect amount of sugar and salt in your food

With food, if you wish to serve the ideal dish for your customers, you need to know the perfect amount of sugar and salt in your food. One should not assume that the task is an easy one. This is because most of the chefs make the mistake of adding too much or too little of it. This is the reason behind people making a mess of the dishes they make. So, if you want to be a good chef and be happy with the efforts you take to make a dish, you should learn what quantity of sugar and salt should be used in the making of a dish. If you’re uncertain about it, make the dish a couple of times before letting others know that you can make it perfectly.

2. Learn how to use the Barbecue grill

Using the barbecue grill will help you master a number of items. Using the barbecue grill will help you explore an entirely different set of dishes that will make you feel good about the superiority you enjoy as a chef. For example, if you can make a smoked bbq brisket with perfection, you will make sure that your guests and customers will be happy with the item you make for them. Remember that it is not a difficult task to master the barbecue grill food options, but you need to stay dedicated and consciously make an effort to enjoy the art of using the barbecue grill. You also have to make sure you clean it after and of course,. don’t forget cleaning meat slicers you will be using.

3. Rinse fresh onions

Onion is one item that cannot be kept open for long, once it has been cut. This is because it attracts bacteria and can be harmful to many when kept open for too long after it has been cut. Another thing to be noted here is that you have to make sure that you rinse fresh onions before using them. You can achieve this objective by soaking the onions in lemon juice or vinegar. Soak for at least ten minutes, and it will be available for your use ensuring the hygiene factor. This is one thing that many trainees do not know and end up making a mess of the dish they are willing to make.

4. Don’t have too many items in the pan

On of the mistakes made by amateur chefs is that they have too many items on their pan. This can make it difficult for them to bring out the real flavor of the dish. Apart from this, you should know that when there are too many items in the pan, you might end up with a dish that is not well cooked. So, if you do not want to make it an issue for yourself, make sure that you do not have too many items in your pan when making something.

5. Making the Perfect Salad

Mastering the art of making the perfect salad is something that is one of the most important things for a chef. The reason behind it is that it allows an individual to serve the customer with one of the best items on the table. The salad is the most important thing, and if you’re not in a position to make a pleasing salad, you’ll end up being an average chef, and we are sure that you do not want to see yourself as an ordinary chef, using the talent to survive in this busy world.

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2 Responses

  1. Great information! I never really wash my onions. Great that I read your article about it. Thank you so much for sharing this!

  2. Thank you for the tips! The brisket bbq is really helpful as my family loves grilling over the weekend. This is a good read!

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