If you're a little doubtful that you can chop, dice and saute quickly enough, we've got a few time-saving cooking tips (and our super-fast recipes) to help you get dinner on the table in no time.
6 Tips to Get Dinner on the Table Faster
Prep What You Can
While most of us don’t have time to pre-chop all our vegetables before we start a recipe, it’s handy to get a few things out of the way before you start cooking, like mince a clove of garlic or measure a cup of flour. And of course, anything you can prep during the weekend (think: chopped vegetables, cooked rice, etc.) will always help you on those busy weeknights.
Boil Water Faster
Pasta is one of the fastest options for dinner -- until you can get the water to boil, that is. Turbocharge your pasta-making routine with these simple steps: fill your stockpot with already-hot water from the tap, place the pot on the stove on high heat and cover the pot with a lid.
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We've done stories on 30-minute main dishes and other quick-to-the-table meals. But when you've got a hungry crowd on your hands, sometimes even 30 minutes seems like a long time. So we're upping the ante with a selection of tasty and filling dinners you can make in 10 minutes. (Really!)
Sure, 10-minute meals require a little organization and speed in the kitchen. If you're a little doubtful that you can chop, dice and saute quickly enough, we've got a few time-saving cooking tips to help you get dinner on the table in no time.
Learn how to utilize these time-saving tips in the slideshow above!
Find more super-fast recipes on Kitchen Daily: