Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Tasting portions

Boulette de viande au romarin

You probably know you should taste as you go when cooking. In fact, most of our unrecipes suggest tasting to correct seasonings before serving. But sometimes, it’s not possible to taste foods before they are cooked without risking serious health consequences. Raw meat and poultry, for example, need to be fully cooked to ensure that they are safe to consume.
So how do you know your meatballs, meatloaves or chicken dishes are seasoned properly? Make one tiny portion , and cook it in a pan so you can safely taste it and adjust your seasonings as necessary.

Problem solved!

photo: glasshouse images

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