11 Practical Food Hacks From Famous Celebs Revealed
Aside from isolation and stay at home orders in various areas of the world, 2020 is also the year of food hacks. Here and there, various food hacks have flooded the social media platforms.
From ordinary folks to professional chefs, there is not a food hack you can't learn from. Joining in with the trend are celebrities, and these are several food hacks they swear by.
For health-conscious individuals, you can try Oprah's food hack, which uses low-fat turkey burgers instead of beef burgers and lettuce leaves as wraps instead of tortillas or burger buns.
Another health buff, Jessica's quick and easy food hack, is roasting vegetables then blending them into a simple soup, according to Well and Good. She then seasons it with just salt and pepper. Viola! You have an on-the-go health meal.
As we all know, Gwyneth is no stranger in the kitchen. According to the Goop founder, who says to make the Green Goddess Dressing, you can skip adding water for a thicker consistency or add a little H20 so you can drizzle it over lettuce.
Bend it like Beckham? More like cooking it like Beckham. David's sound advice in making risotto is to stir constantly. David became a fan of homemade pasta since completing a cookery course in Italy.
Meanwhile, Drew shares her go-to recipe, which is an open breakfast sandwich. She uses crusty bread, eggs, basil, tomato, black pepper, and Boursin cream cheese, which serves as her secret ingredient.
Jennifer is known to be a fan of Mexican food, especially nachos. Her healthy food hack uses tortillas, cutting them in triangles, and frying them using coconut oil.
A lot of parents will like this food hack from Julia Roberts. Her advice to help kids eat their greens is to make crispy kale chips covered in cheese. According to her, this dish is a sure hit for kids.
To create the best guacamole, Eva shares that she dices avocados instead of mashing them and uses serrano peppers instead of jalapeños. In addition, she uses lemon juice instead of lime and seasons it with lots of salt.
She may be known for her eye-popping selfies, but Kim Kardashian also has a knack for cooking. She often cooks for her family, and one of her faves is the crispy cornbread.
Her food hack for this dish is lining the muffin tin with butter and sugar before pouring in cornbread mix and drizzle honey on top to make it extra sweet.
Taylor isn't just great at singing and making songs. According to Elle, she can also create an excellent Meatball and Spaghetti inspired by Ina Garten's recipe.
However, her food hack involves omitting pork and veal and using packaged breadcrumbs and beef mince only for her meatballs.
A known foodie, the Duchess of Sussex, is also fond of sharing her recipes and food hacks. According to her, to create the perfect homemade pasta, you need to prepare the sauce first as cooked pasta can't wait for sauce.
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