What To Do When You Add Too Much Salt To Food!

From simple errors to nonchalant culinary skills, many people have added more salt to their foods making the meals out rightly inconsumable. When this happens, a lot of people are unaware of simple methods or tricks that can be followed during the cooking period to reduce the saltiness of the foods before the meals are served.

In one of our previous articles, we have talked about the adverse effects of adding too much salt to foods. We also provided answers to the question of “how much salt is actually too much. Another post also showed us the best time during cooking to add salt to food to avoid over salting of the food.

adding salt to stew

In many of the cases, water is usually added to the foods in a bit to reduce the salt concentration but this seems not to produce the desired result. To adequate remedy over saltiness, the following tricks could be adopted depending on your meal.

Add Some Slices Of Sweet Potatoes

This has been helpful and a few people who had tried it can attest to it. Have your potatoes sliced into big parts, rinse them and add into a salty soup. As the potato cooks, it will help absorb the salty water or solution of the soup there by helping in balancing the saltiness. The potatoes can be removed after they had absorbed enough salt solution.

More tips on Page 2. Click [2] below to continue…



Join thousands of our BBM Channel subscriber on C003758A8 for fresh updates!


Like us on Facebook

Follow @Foods_NG on Twitter

Facebooktwitterpinterestlinkedinmail

Comments

comments

Add Comment

Read previous post:
ofada rice
Is Ofada Rice More Nutritious Than Parboiled, Polished Rice?

Which is more Nutritious? Is it ofada rice or the common imported, parboiled, polished rice? The saying that "Rice feeds the world" after all might...

Close