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9 Tips for Cooking Salads

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If you want to make the most delicious salad, then our advice will definitely come in handy!

  1. Conventionally prepared radish salad takes on a savory flavor when sprinkled with ground walnuts.
  2. Eggs for salad must be boiled for at least 10 minutes.
  3. Bean and pea pods for salads are boiled in highly boiling salted water; they should boil vigorously until they are cooked to maintain a rich green color.
  4. The flavor of the salad depends a lot on how the food is cut. Slice vegetables into a salad evenly and thinly. The slices should literally show through! Then they are well soaked in the dressing.
  5. Try to stir the salad with careful movements from bottom to top.
  6. Don’t forget to garnish the salad. To do this, choose the most beautiful vegetables, slices of ruddy apples, mouth-watering pieces of meat or fish, fresh sprigs of parsley, dill, celery.
  7. A salad decorated with a “net” of mayonnaise will be very attractive.
  8. Finely chopped onions will not burn and will acquire a beautiful color if you first roll them in flour.
  9. After you have peeled and chopped the onion or garlic, rub your hands with damp salt or half a tomato and then wash.
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