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Tips for Using Cooking Foil

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Cooking aluminum foil is something that is found in everyone's kitchen. It can be applied almost everywhere and especially in the kitchen. Cooking foil is useful for both backyard barbecues and picnics in the mountains. If you use it, it can save you a lot of trouble in the kitchen.

How to use cooking foil?

1. Use cooking foil to cover food when cooking in the oven.

2. Use it on the grill when cooking foods that you do not want to be overly browned or burnt. You can cover pieces of meat or fish with it, and then put them on the grill, as the foil is a conductor of heat.

3. When you have prepared a dish or meat, you can cover it with cooking foil, after removing it from the oven, to keep it warm and fragrant.

4. Cover meals and pitas during cooking to prevent them from browning too much.

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5. With cooking foil, you can cover cakes and pastries before storing them in the fridge. This will keep them more fresh and prevent them from taking on other odors from the refrigerator.

6. Crush a piece of cooking foil and use it to clean the grill or barbecue.

7. Place a piece of cooking foil when ironing clothes made from a delicate material and keep the iron 0.5″ (1 cm) above it. The creases will disappear, and your clothes will not stick to the iron.

8. If you carefully remove the cooking foil from the tray and it remains intact, you can reuse it the next time you cook.

9. Aluminum foil can be recycled.

10. Use it when baking in the oven, it will guarantee that you don't burn the turkey, pork or lamb.

11. Another application is in roasting vegetables. When you want to bake a whole potato, for example, you can peel it and wrap it in foil before putting it in the oven.