Salt is useful for taste in food, and food without salt can only be managed by a few. On the other hand, excess salt can drastically alter a meal and is also very dangerous to our health.
Well, no matter how much you can cook, mistakes are bound to happen. You may not intentionally add excess salt to your dish, but in some way, it may happen.
This is why we must learn to handle such situations. In this article, we will be looking at, 3 things you can use to get rid of excess salt in a dish.
According to a study, scientists have discovered that raw potatoes can absorb salt from a dish in minutes.
So if you notice you have added excess salt while cooking, cut up some potato slices, and add them into the dish. Cook under low heat for 10-15 minutes. After that remove the potato slices, add more water, and continue cooking normally.
This ingredient may be strange to some but can be a total meal saver. Add a little flour to your salty dish while cooking.
After some minutes the flour will be floating at the top with the salt it has absorbed. Just use a spoon to scoop it out.
3. Coconut Milk
This is also excellent in getting rid of excess salt while cooking. Add enough coconut milk to your diet. It is one of the easiest ways to eliminate extra salt. It will also give your dish a unique creamy flavour.
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