I’m so frustated I can never get my food to taste as good as restaurants. What is the secret ingredient to making home food taste amazing ?
There are only 3 foods that I can make amazingly and they are tacos burritos and chili but I don’t want to get bored making the same thing every time. I suck at everything else.
- 8 hours ago
Butter, salt, fat, fresh herbs/spices.
- VanillaVoodooLv 61 day ago
Breakfast is the first meal of the day, logic says you should start there for learning to cook too.
- GoodLv 62 days ago
Chefs use more sugar than you can imagine.
- 2 days ago
Bloom your spices in hot oil before adding the other ingredients.
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- kswck2Lv 73 days ago
You do realize that many, if not most restaurants are just reheating Frozen food, right? Particularly ones that do a lot of catering.
Cooking well takes a Lot of practice, and patience. And a good understand of what goes with what
- Groovy_UnicornLv 73 days ago
What are you trying to make that you normally get at a restaurant?
- 3 days ago
Training and practice. Just keep practising........
- CBLv 73 days ago
Butter and Salt - amp both of them up (as unhealthy as they are) it is what makes the difference.
- AntonLv 63 days ago
There is no "secret" ingredient in any recipe. (other than *fresh*)
Your "taste" is not my "taste." YOU need to adjust the recipe to YOUR taste.
You need to figure out what spices you like, find recipes that use them.
If you actually want HELP, you need to lose that "Anonymous", post your old questions and what answers you thought was helpful. And you have to a meal that you did, list the recipe ingredients and directions, and what you didn't like about it.
- deniseLv 73 days ago
Restaurants have such a large array of ingredients oils, herbs, spices, seasonings.
You couldn't possibly have all of them in your kitchen / larder,.
Just get a selection of the staples / basics which could 'help' your recipes along, good luck!