Cooking hacks to save supplies during the 21-day Coronavirus lock down
- Many people are looking for ways to make their supplies last as long as possible during the 21-day nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of Coronavirus in India.
- Others who haven’t cooked a day in their life and are now looking for simple tips to tide over this time.
- Here’s a list of simple hacks that will let you cook muffins in a mug and make tadka without fresh vegetables even if you’re not a masterchef.
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Regardless, these trying times will place restrictions on the amount of perishable food they can keep at home. Even though the government promised to keep the supply of essential goods and services flowing, it’s recommended that you stay indoors as much as possible to avoid infection.
Thankfully, there are always substitutes that you can use to keep up the same level of flavour even without the real thing. It’s also important to use what you have available judiciously during the 21-day lockdown so that you can make your supplies last for as long as possible.
Only cook as much as you know you’re going to consume and keep it as healthy as possible, given the circumstances.
Here are some easy cooking hacks tailored for the Indian recipes to keep in mind as you enter the nationwide 21-day lock down:
If you’re not a master chef, you can always make cheela
Add water — and you’re done
What's gravy without tadka?
Make your vegetables last by pickling them
Make it tangy with Rasam and Kolumbu
Soya chunks aren’t just vegetarian chicken
Healthy food that doesn’t age
Muffin in a mug
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