If the red chilli becomes too much in the food while cooking, then milk or curd can be used to reduce it.
Many times the amount of salt in cooking becomes high, due to which the food does not taste tasty.
- January 20, 2021, 12:21 PM IST
What to do if red chilli is high
If the red chilli becomes too much in the food while cooking, then milk or curd can be used to reduce it. In such a situation, the use of thick curd in the gravy not only makes the texture of gravy very good, it also reduces the sharpness of the food.
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When the whole food has become very spicy and you do not understand which seasoning is more in the food, then adding a little honey or sugar in that dish can help. Keep in mind that sweetness should be used in very small amounts to improve the taste of food, otherwise your spicy dish can soon be converted into a dessert.
What to do if both salt and pepper are high
When both the salt and chilli are high in the gravy while preparing the food, a nut paste ie crushed paste of peanuts or any other nut can be used. For this you can also add any nut butter. Keep in mind that nut paste should be used only in vegetables with which peanuts taste good.
What to do if there is too much salt in the food
If you have too much salt in your food and you want to fix it immediately without working hard, you can add lemon juice to the dish. Lemon sourness reduces salt by reducing excess spice.
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What to do when the spices are high
If salt, spices, chillies are high in food, you can add egg yolk to it. It also helps to make gravy thicker by reducing extra spice in food. But keep in mind, while doing this, do not pour the egg directly into the food, rather boil the egg and put its yoke in the gravy. Adding whole egg may spoil the taste of gravy.(Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general beliefs. Hindi does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)