How-to-never-forget-an-ingredient Tip

I don’t know about you, but I tend to get interrupted while cooking. I’m sure if I worked for NASA or the FBI, people wouldn’t interrupt me while I’m working. But, I guess that is the nature of a stay-at-home mom. And I love it. What I don’t love? Forgetting an ingredient. Especially something like baking soda. So, here’s a way you’ll never forget an ingredient:  get out all the ingredients listed in your recipe. As you use each ingredient, set it aside or put it away. When all the ingredients are gone, you’ll know you haven’t forgotten anything.

 

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2 Responses to How-to-never-forget-an-ingredient Tip

  1. RoseAnn says:

    Sometimes I need to bake several batches and the recipe says NOT to double. I just move my ingredients from left to right of my work space. In a two day period we made enough jerky (one batch at a time) that was equal to one whole deer. It was very important to keep good track of all the ingredients. Usually I do your method as I like my kitchen to be clean as I finish – so putting things away as I use them works great!

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