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Did you add too much salt to the dish? Culinary experts teach you 5 tricks that will save you from this situation
Written by SOT.COM.AL 8 Qershor 2021
It has probably happened to you that at least once during cooking your hand slips with salt, but you did not know how to act. In this post Agroweb.org shows you some of the most effective ways to regain control of the situation in your kitchen even after a mistake.
Water can be one of the fastest and best choices in case your cooking breaks down. Especially in soups or liquid dishes a little cold water can get you out of the situation.
Be careful not to add too much water as you may detract from the taste of the other ingredients. Start by tossing a small cup or a cup of tea and always stir well. Put your cooking back on the fire and finally try a spoonful to see if the taste is balanced.
Lemon, vinegar or juices that have an acidity mass can help you improve the taste of highly salty foods.
Just a little squeezed lemon or a teaspoon of vinegar to balance the salt of your dish. This way it will soften the bitter taste that the salt leaves with a new taste such as that of lemon or garlic.
Perfect for use on potatoes, meat or fish, however, be sure to add small amounts of these juices as well.
Immersion in water
If you happen to buy meat or salty foods often from the store you probably know how bitter they can be. To remove excess salt just soak these foods in water and leave for a few hours. You can then cook or dry it as normal.
If you use starch to remove excess salt to remove the burning sensation in soups, it is enough to dip a potato in it. To do this, wash a medium-sized potato well and simply add it to cook with the other ingredients. This process will remove salt in liquid dishes such as salt.