April 10, 2014

When it comes to cooking, the bigger something is, the longer it will take to cook. We all have those weeknights that call for quick meals, so try cooking with smaller-sized ingredients. For example, baby vegetables cook faster than their full-grown counterparts. Here are some more options for smaller-sized foods:

  • Chicken: breasts and thighs
  • Beef: flank, sirloin, strip, rib-eye, and t-bone steaks
  • Pork: loin chops, rib chops, tenderloin, bacon
  • Turkey: scaloppine, London broil
  • Veggies: onions, green beans, broccoli florets, corn, tomatoes, bell peppers, peas

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