Tip #3: The Order of Things

The order of things matters. And it generally consists of this simple thought process:

#1: You need to prep (ex. peel and chop your onions, potatoes, and carrots, etc.) before you can cook. Prepping to me also means having certain things laid out/in reachable distance so that you’re not scrambling to find or measure out broth/turmeric/etc.

#2: You also need to think about timing. Ask yourself what takes the longest to cook, or what can you get started first which will take little to no “looking after.”

#3: You also need to be aware of what cooks fastest and how to ensure you don’t overcook it.

#4: Lastly, you need to decide what blend of flavors you want in your dish and how you’re going to accomplish that.

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