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What to do if there is too much salt?

What to do if there is too much salt?

Issue Time:2020-11-07

What to do if there is too much salt ?

Whether you are a novice or a veteran of cooking, there are times when you accidentally put too much salt. Blindly adding water will only affect the quality of the dishes. Let's take a look at how the chef does it today!
Whether it's fried beef, fried pork, or some other meats, some veterans of cooking are also easy to put too much salt. At this time, add 3 grams of sugar to the meat and add a few drops of white vinegar to effectively reduce the saltiness. taste.

Whether it’s fried beef, fried pork, or some other meats, some veterans of cooking tend to put too much salt. At this time, add 3 grams of sugar to the meat and add a few drops of white vinegar, which can effectively reduce the saltiness. taste.

Peel a potato and put it in the soup. The potato has a strong salt absorption capacity and can absorb most of the salt. If you don't want to eat potatoes, find a gauze bag to cut the potatoes into them, put them in the soup, and fish out after sucking in the salt.
Boil a few eggs and put them in brine after peeling them. Cook for 15 minutes. The eggs can absorb part of the salt and reduce the salty taste of the stewed vegetables.
Cut 1-2 tomatoes, put them in the beef and stew together, not only can reduce the saltiness, but also make the stewed beef more tender! The amount of tomato depends on the amount of meat.
No matter what kind of fish soup is stewed, if you add too much salt, put a few pieces of tofu in the fish soup and stew it together. Tofu can not only absorb the salty taste, but the stewed fish soup will be whiter and more delicious. A technique to kill two birds with one stone~
Find a few horseshoes and chop them up and put them in the meatballs. The horseshoes have a good salt absorption capacity, which can effectively reduce the saltiness of the balls.





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