Follow this tip for keeping large batches of pancakes or waffles warm until serving time. Keep your oven on ‘warm’ or at 300 degrees. As you make the pancakes or waffles, put them on a plate, and then keep them warm in the oven.
To cook your meats to the proper temperature, make sure you are using a meat thermometer. There is a minimum internal temperature to which a meat needs to be cooked so that it is safe to eat. If the meat is not properly cooked, bacteria that exists on meat will not be eliminated, and you can get very sick as a result.
Cook your vegetables quickly to preserve flavor. Vegetables that are cooked slowly lose a lot of their taste and nutrition. Speed cooking vegetables also retains the best texture and nutrition. Cooking vegetables for only a short amount of time is essential. To make cooking less stressful, prep all of your ingredients ahead of time. This will prevent you from being midway through preparing a meal and discovering that you’re missing a critical component of the recipe. It might take a little longer to do this prep work ahead of time, but you will save time in the cooking phase and eliminate the stress of having to do it while cooking.