it won't help them not rot. but will help you eat them. if they are not yet rotten they are still good to be used! even if they are just a little soft. like a little.. if they start to liquidify then it's best to move on to something else!
19 Answers · Food & Drink · 05/01/2019
... onion is the jack of all trades onion that is really good steamed, fried, in soups, stews, whatever. Just a suggestion :)
9 Answers · Food & Drink · 29/11/2018
I would roast. Roasting caramelizes the sugars and brings out a great deal of flavor. Steamed aubergine sound pretty bland and frankly, gross.
1 Answers · Food & Drink · 02/12/2018
3 cups of wheat flour (all-purpose) half a teaspoon of salt 0.75 cup of boiling water 0.25 cup of cold water half a teaspoon of oil takes 30-40 min — makes ~30 pierogi Recipe: Pour 3 cups of wheat flour into the bowl. Pour the flour through a sieve to separate any...
1 Answers · Food & Drink · 24/11/2018
This will happen if you rush releasing the pressure in the cooker. Make sure all the pressure is released by giving it a couple more minutes. Terrible burns and scalds have been known to occur by pots...
11 Answers · Food & Drink · 10/09/2018
Do not cook the raw sausages at the same time that you're cooking rice, because of the difference in cooking time and food safety. Raw rice is usually fully cooked in 25 minutes or so, but the sausage will require a longer cooking time and the...
4 Answers · Food & Drink · 18/08/2018
Dont overfill, seal well, I just steam them lightly, then fry lightly like 'pot stickers'.
9 Answers · Food & Drink · 05/08/2018
...do. After the onion go limp and kind of transparent, add the peppers. Steam them too, and keep the stuff in the skillet moving every five or six...
7 Answers · Food & Drink · 13/07/2018