You May Be Cooking Your Meat Wrong

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You might sometimes be disappointed by the way you cooked your meat. But worry not, there is hope! You may be cooking your meat wrong, but there are easy ways to fix this.


Resting is one of the most important parts of cooking meat. When you rest the meat, it has time to reabsorb all the juices that spilled out of it, making it tender and juicy again. Allow your meat to rest at least 5-10 minutes before cutting into it and you’ll see a big difference.


If you’re sauteing or grilling meat, it can be really tempting to flip the meat a lot. But this will only hurt you in the end. The meat will release when it’s ready to flip, so be patient and you’ll be much happier with the result in the end.


Temperature is everything when you’re cooking meat. First of all, take the meat out of the fridge before you cook it, so it isn’t completely cold when it hits the pan. Also, make sure that pan you’re using is hot enough your meat might stick and it won’t sear.