Chef Adam Liaw shares five simple tips that will improve your cooking

Celebrity chef Adam Liaw has shared the five simple tips that will transform your cooking - and why trying them will give you a professional finish every time.<br>
The food writer and Masterchef winner explained that improving your cooking is as simple as adding some sugar to your savoury dishes and a pinch of salt to sweet desserts.<br>
He also said said that while cooking can be difficult, not everything you do in the kitchen has to be. <br>
Celebrity chef Adam Liaw (pictured) has shared the five simple tips that will elevate any dish - and why trying them will give you a professional finish every time<br>
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Adam's first tip is that you should always use more oil than a recipe says, as this will make frying easier and give you even more caramelisation in your dishes (pictured)<br>
1. Always use more oil than the recipe says<br>
Adam's first tip is that you should always use more oil than a recipe says.<br>
'Adding a little extra oil will make frying easier, give you more even browning (more on that later), help prevent sticking, carry flavours and improve the mouthfeel of dishes,' he told - . <br>
If you're worried about eating too much oil, then don't be overly panicked - as much of the oil we cook with never ends up in our bodies.<br>
Instead, it gets left in the pan or on our plates. <br>
Adam said adding a 'dash of fish sauce' to any meal will elevate it, whether it's spaghetti bolognese, noodles (pictured), stir fries or beef bourguignon<br>
2. Add fish sauce to elevate any dish<br>
If you're looking to elevate any dish, Adam said a 'dash of fish sauce' is possibly the easiest thing you can do.<br>
'In your red curry it's a no-brainer, but it'll also improve your beef bourguignon, salad dressings and spaghetti bolognese,' he said.<br>
If you're ever out of stock, Adam recommends mixing a teaspoon of fish sauce with one or two cups of water for an affordable substitute.<br>
He said the effect is much like anchovies as it will boost the flavour of anything it touches.<br>
If you're looking for balance in your cooking, you can't go wrong with a pinch of sugar when you're making savoury foods and a dash of salt in your desserts (pictured)<br>
3. Add sugar to savoury dishes and salt to sweet foods<br>
If you're looking for balance in your cooking, you can't go wrong with a pinch of sugar when you're making savoury foods and a dash of salt in your desserts.<br>
Adam explained his grandmother taught him that a little sugar in his stir-fries helps to caramelise - http://www.modernmom.com/?s=caramelise the flavours, while salt helps to balance ingredients like flour, eggs, butter and milk. <br>
4. Turn foods brown<br>
Adam said turning foods brown is 'perhaps the single most important aspect of good cooking'. <br>
We call it caramelisation, but it's actually down to several chemical reactions.<br>
Adam recommends you brown everything from onions to your meats. <br>
It's recommended that you do this slowly, to allow the caramelisation to fully develop.<br>
Finally, Adam said that many dishes lack acidity - and for this reason you should always finish your gravies and stews with a little vinegar - https://www.gov.uk/search?q=vinegar (pictured)<br>
5. Finish gravies and stews with vinegar<br>
Finally, Adam said that many dishes lack acidity - and for this reason you should always finish your gravies and stews with a little vinegar. <br>
'The thing is, acids are volatile things and so we often lose acidity when we cook things, particularly dishes that are cooked for a long time such as roasts and stews,' Adam said.  <br>
The chef recommends adding a tiny dash of red or whine wine bottle condoms [ Full Survey - https://lovebookmark.date/story.php?title=san-rucci-winery-offers-virtua... ] vinegar before serving a sauce, gravy or stew.<br>
He said it can make 'the world of difference'. <br>
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