In today’s video, we will tell you mistakes to avoid from not cooking them at all, boiling them too much, cooking when they’re wet, underseasoning them, to overcrowding the pan and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
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Intro – 0:00
1. Oiling the vegetables – 00:52
2. Not cooking them at all – 01:30
3. Prepping veggies too early – 02:17
4. Boling them too much – 03:02
5. Overcrowding the pan – 03:53
6. Smoking out the veggies – 04:33
7. You’re tossing out the good parts – 05:27
8. You’re roasting at too low temperature – 06:10
9. Cooking vegetables when they are wet – 06:57
10. Cooking them the same way every time – 07:34
11. Underseasoning the vegetables – 07:57
12. Not washing them properly before cooking – 08:32
1. Oiling the vegetables: Smothering your veggies with oil before you start cooking them may seem like a foolproof way to avoid them sticking to the pan. Unfortunately, adding oil to them increases the chances of the veggies getting burned because the oil will get extremely hot.
2. Not cooking them at all: While it’s true that many vegetables are healthier in their raw state, it is not true for all of them. Beets, broccoli, onions and bell peppers have more nutrients when raw, but others actually become more nutritious when heat is applied.
3. Prepping veggies too early: Some people like to get ahead and do tasks in advance rather than at the last minute. While that is a good trait for some things, it doesn’t always work with vegetables. Once you wash and cut them, oxidation and nutrient loss begins as does wilting and spoilage. It is better to cut your veggies right before you use them.
4. Boling them too much: Boiling may be a quick way to prepare veggies, but it’s also a quick way to rid them of nutrients and flavor. When you boil them, the water soluble nutrients seep out of the veggies and into the cooking water. Boiling can also lead to overcooking, which will make them soft, gray and mushy.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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