Salan main namak kam karne ka tarika
Salan main namak kam karne ka tarika are ways you can reduce the quantity of salt in the food you make. Most of us have been in prickly situations where we have added too much salt to our cooked masterpieces. The situation is heart-breaking and it might have taken you several hours to cook that dish, moreover, think about all the food loss! Salt is something that if you add a little too much to it, it completely wastes the entire dish due to its overpowering taste and quality to dampen the aroma of the beautiful dish altogether.
The worst part is that up until now, you might have thrown many dishes because you thought there was no other way of neutralizing the large amount of salt. However, that’s not true, so don’t throw the dish away! Instead of using a spoon or sprinkling it, using your fingers can decrease the chance of adding too much salt. Here are some easy tricks you can use to help yourself from saving that salted dish! You can thank us later.
Overcoming the problem of too much salt in a dish is so simple!
You may or may not believe but, many women and men face this kind of problems in the kitchen. When you taste a dish you have taken several hours to make for an important dinner and then taste it to find out that it has too much salt. Moreover, there’s no time for cooking another meal. What do you do? You must wonder if there’s any way you can neutralize the salt. In fact, there really is such a simple solution!
Ball of dough
Make little round balls of kneaded dough (approximately ½ inch size) and place it in the pot of curry. Leave the dough in curry for 10-15 minutes and then remove it before serving. Taste the curry yourself; you will be amazed to notice such reduction in salt in the curry. In fact, this dough is known to suck in salt, without eliminating other flavors of the dish.
Don’t want to use the balls of kneaded dough? No problem. It may be helpful to use boiled potatoes as well! Boil a potato in a small put and put a piece (1/2 inch) in the curry. The boiled potato will also suck the salt in. You can also choose to leave the potato in with the curry as it can turn into a different dish altogether! If not, leave the potatoes in the curry to cook for 10 minutes before removing the potato slice.
Water can also help. Just add some water in the pot and let it boil. It will lose the excess salt after a few minutes of boiling and will also increase the amount of curry.
Milk can be used as an alternative to water, but it is better than water. But if it does not reduce excess salt then don’t worry. It actually thickens the sauce and flavor so that they cancel out the excess salt.
If the curry is dry and you’re making a dry dish like chicken karahi, then this may be very helpful. Yogurt helps in reducing excess salt. However, don’t add too much yogurt as it can ruin the dish.
The taste of the cream may also help neutralize the taste of excess salt. If it’s a dry dish, the taste will be even better!