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    A CONTENT creator shared a nifty tip to make cooking prep quicker and easier. Nicole Jaques shares kitchen and food hacks with her followers, and recently discovered one that’s a major time-saver, which you’ll be thankful for this Thanksgiving. 5Nicole Jaques shared a cooking hack to make Thanksgiving prep easierCredit: itsnicolejaques/Instagram Nicole shared an Instagram Reel in which she revealed a trick to make cooking and preparing a popular side dish easier. “Did you know this tip?" she first asked, adding: “If you didn’t, I’m about to blow your mind.” “SAVE IT RIGHT NOW to use during holiday meal prep time,” Nicole added in the caption. She began sharing her surprising potato hack. Read more on fall food hacksSPUD-TACULAR I'm an Air Fryer fan & here's how get crispy potatoes - some say it's a 'sinBUDGET HAUL I’m a bargain hunter – my Walmart hack got me a Thanksgiving meal for $2 “Take a potato that you’re ready to boil and make a cut in it with a knife all the way around in a circle,” Nicole said. Nicole lightly...
    BONFIRE night is nearly upon us and a mum has shared her very savvy tip to preventing kids’ fingers getting burned on sparklers. Francesca Ross uploaded a photo showing how she sticks potatoes on the end of sparklers for her children to hold instead of the metal end. 1A mum has shared how she puts potatoes on the end of sparklers for her kids to hold so they don't get burned She wrote on the Facebook group Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas: “With bonfire night coming up I thought I'd share the potato trick we just did for the sparklers. “Worked amazing for the little toddlers.” Her post has racked up over a thousand likes, with one person writing: “Great idea!” Another added: “I find carrots and parsnips work best...abit longer and easier for the little 'uns to hold.” ???? Read our Bonfire Night live blog for the latest news, displays and weather A third commented: “Omg that's amazing!” According to the London Fire Brigade, you should not give sparklers to children under five. Once sparklers have gone out, they...
    NOTHING quite hits the spot like a bag of crisps when you’re craving something savoury.  But one foodie has revealed that they make their own crisps and not only do they taste amazing, but they only take a matter of minutes to make.  4If you have an air fryer, you'll want to give this crisp recipe a tryCredit: Getty 4A TikTok foodie has shared a very simple recipe, using leftover potato peels, to create the perfect crispsCredit: Tiktok 4Simply add seasonings and olive oil to the crisps and put in an air fryer for five minutesCredit: Tiktok Known on TikTok as ‘thisisplanetfood’, this food account has a whopping 468k followers and 11.4million likes. In one of the social media user’s recent videos, the foodie demonstrates how to use your potato peels to create your very own crisps in an air fryer. So if you are looking to save money and reduce waste where possible, you’ll want to listen up.  If you have joined the air fryer gang, this is definitely one worth trying and it’s safe to say, our mouths...
    HAVING rust on pots and pans doesn't necessarily motivate anyone to cook. This clever hack will help get rid of any reddish - or yellowish-brown flaky coating of the gunk without the need for any over-priced rust removers. 3Pots and pans are always a hassle to clean, especially when they're all rustedCredit: Getty 3The Daily Express reported the hack to keep all pots and pans rust-freeCredit: Getty The secret: a potato. You read that right, potatoes are a natural option that can be used to remove rust, according to The Daily Express. The hack is super simple and can be used with any cookware in the kitchen. First, you'll want to wash the rusty pot or pan to get rid of any grease or grime. After that, cut your potato in half and dip the sliced end into either soap or baking soda. Then use that same end to scrub all the rusty areas of your pot or pan. Most read in LifestyleFIT FOR A KING Inside 'forgotten castle' that may become Will & Kate's new family homeDONUT...
    THERE are few things more frustrating than making a meal, only to find out that you've put too much salt in. But if that happens, don't throw it all in the bin - as there's a clever hack which will transform your dish from salty to simply delicious. 3TikTok user Vanessa suggests popping a peeled potato into a soup to remove excess saltCredit: @vnklove/Tiktok TikTok star Vanessa took to the video-sharing site to post a clip in which she showed how to rectify an over-salting situation. "Have you ever accidentally put too much salt in your food and didn’t know what to do?" she began, showing the soup she was making at the time. "Peel a potato, add it in your soup and let it cook with it," she advised. The potato absorbs the excess salt and can then be removed at the end of the cooking process. Most read in LifestyleAS IF! Royal fans WINCE as Meghan reveals 'humble' Thanksgiving plans with HarryCUT OFF Queen could cut off BBC as them using 'Megxit' is...
    US BRITS love a bit of mashed potato, don’t we?! You can’t go wrong with some mashed up spuds. 2One TIkTok user has shared how she makes her mashed potatoCredit: TikTok/legglauren91 Unless people have secret techniques to make their mashed potatoes, the most common way to get your spuds mashed is to boil them in water and then using a potato masher to get them smooth. But one TikTok user doesn’t use water to cook her potatoes and has shared her hack for making the best mash. TikTok user ‘legglauren91’ posted her hack with the caption ‘Anything for less dishes. Thanks sis’. Lauren’s technique involves cooking her spuds in milk, rather than water. Yes, you heard that correctly. Lauren said: “Making mashed potatoes in milk instead of water. Most read in LifestyleMEG-A SNUB Meghan & Harry 'not interested' in healing rift with Royal Family says expertTURNED OFF I was stunned at my man’s dirty talk - we waited weeks to have sex, I dumped himBRIDE BEEF I asked my brother for $30k for my wedding but he said no so...
    Carolina McCauley from Perth, Western Australia, shared the cooking hack on Instagram where it quickly went viral A busy mum-of-two has excitedly revealed her new favourite way to make sweet potato fries and promises the handy hack saves time and effort. Carolina McCauley from Perth, Western Australia, shared the cooking hack on Instagram where it quickly went viral. The mum, who is known for her clever cleaning hacks, popped the thinly slice pieces of sweet potato into her toaster.  She then loaded them with guacamole when they popped out and said her two kids 'loved' the impromptu snack. 'I was today years old when I realised I could cook sweet potato in my toaster,' she wrote in the video. 'It's so easy and healthy,' she said.  Scroll down for video   A busy mum-of-two has excitedly revealed her new favourite way to make sweet potato fries and promises the handy hack saves time and effort Sh was thrilled to share the video which had 111K views in just three hours She also asked if anyone else had every tried the hack...
    I'll never boil my potatoes in water again. Rachel Askinasi/Insider A TikToker shared her hack for making delicious mashed potatoes: boiling them in chicken stock. I tried it out and made two batches: one from potatoes boiled in stock and one in water. The hack is a good one: The stock-boiled potatoes were much more flavorful and slightly creamier. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There are many, many dishes on my list of comfort foods, but mashed potatoes are very close to the top. Just one forkful of the creamy, flavorful whip is enough to both send me back in time to childhood dinners and plop me smack dab in the middle of a chic steakhouse.  Like most potato lovers, I've got my own tried and true mashed method. I typically use Yukon Gold potatoes and boil them in salted water. I drain the water and add some butter, cream, and herbs before taking a masher to the starchy pile. But I started to doubt my potato-mashing ways after coming across a flavorful mashed potato hack...
    HOW many times have you picked frozen chips or ready-made mash over making your own from scratch? For us, it's got to be in the thousands - and it's because we'll do anything to avoid having to peel potatoes. After all, it's a fiddly, time-consuming task - and if you're not paying attention, you can accidentally slice your hand. 3Larissa starts by sticking a fork into one end of the raw potatoCredit: TikTok//@larissaandjoel That said, one savvy woman has revealed how she makes peeling potatoes an absolute breeze thanks to a fork. Earlier this week, TikTok user Larissa took part in the trend where people are sharing the things they "randomly saw one day that is now an unconscious standard practise in your life". In the viral clip, Larissa takes a raw potato and stabs a fork into one end. She then uses the fork to steady the potato as she quickly peels it - without fear of hurting her hand. 3She then uses the fork to steady the potato as she peels itCredit: TikTok//@larissaandjoel 3The video has racked...
    The viral 'game changing' wrap hack that has taken social media by storm has got a sweet makeover. The hack, which requires home cooks to cut the wrap from the centre to the edge and place ingredients in neat quarters so it is easy to fold and toast, has taken TikTok by storm with thousands of users making their own versions. Now, popular British baker Eloise Head- who goes by FitWaffle Kitchen - has put a sweet twist of the savoury snack and made a very indulgent treat with Nutella, Lotus Biscoff spread, marshmallow fluff and Oreos. The hack first went viral when an Australian cook posted a video on her 'Crystals Cooking Fun' TikTok account which shows her making a small cut in the wrap from the centre to the outside edge and filling it with chicken and lettuce. Scroll down for video  Popular British baker Eloise Head (pictured) - who goes by FitWaffle Kitchen - has put a sweet twist of the savoury wrap hack and made a very indulgent treat with Nutella, Lotus Biscoff spread, marshmallow...
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