Put the ancestral roast chicken marinade: spring onion, peeled garlic, lemon, rosemary, peppercorns, olive oil into the bag in turn, and beat with a rolling pin to ensure the aroma is fully bloomed. Finally, put in the chicken, seal the bag and marinate in the freezer of the refrigerator. You can turn it over in the middle. When you're ready to cook, there's always a bag of ready-to-cook marinated chicken on hand, perfect for those summer days when you don't have the energy to cook!
Squeeze out the air before sealing, slap the bag flat, so that the ingredients are concentrated in the lower half, and the marinade is more delicious.
The fourth trick: use a piping bag with you
Who says you have to be fully equipped to cook? In a pinch, an airtight bag can also be used as a piping bag. Put the batter, jam or your favorite ingredients into a sealed bag, cut a small slit in the corner of the bag, and then squeeze the meringues one by one.
The piping bag with the spout can also be used to squeeze butter flowers and bean paste flowers. The simplest can also be used to hold cake batter, squeeze mashed potatoes, peanut butter... Try it out with your children!
Before filling the liquid, put the bag in a jar to fix it, and it is easier to take it when it is full.
Are the sealed bags still sleeping? Hurry up and learn, and don't let the "may be used actually not" materials occupy precious storage space!