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Frozen veggies are a great addition to instant ramen.

14 instant ramen hacks that will make it taste even better

Instant ramen can make a great lazy meal, but adding things like Sriracha, peanut butter, eggs, or veggies can make the simple dish even tastier.
All you need is a fork and sheet of kitchen paper to remove the tendon in a chicken breast.

A woman on TikTok shared a game-changing hack for removing the white bits from chicken breasts

Mandy Klentz demonstrated on TikTok that by using a fork and a paper towel you can easily remove the tendon from each breast in one go.
Heating up a can of soup can lead to a satisfying meal.

7 hacks chefs use to upgrade a can of soup

Insider spoke to some chefs to find out their favorite canned soups, and what they do to amp up the flavor. Here are all the hacks they shared.
Rachael Ray recommended making use of what's already in your pantry.

11 celebrity chefs share their tips for cooking during the coronavirus pandemic

Chefs like Rachael Ray, Ina Garten, and Gordon Ramsay are sharing their tips on how to make the most of what's still on shelves or in your pantry.

8 hacks to take boxed mac and cheese to the next level

Boxed macaroni and cheese is nostalgic, but there are simple ways to transform the cheap and easy meal into a fancier and tastier dish.
A box of cake mix can easily be transformed into a gourmet creation with a few simple hacks.

14 hacks to make your boxed cake taste better

Boxed cake mix doesn't have to be boring. These simple hacks and added ingredients will take your boxed cake mix to the next level.
Rice is incredibly versatile, especially when it's already cooked.

10 versatile ingredients you can make almost anything with

The writer worked in a professional kitchen for years, and shared ways to cook just about anything using ingredients you probably have in your pantry.
I peel veggies right over the garbage bowl.

I always cook with a ‘garbage bowl’ to save time, mess, and stress. Here’s why you need one in your kitchen.

Our food reporter has been using a "garbage bowl" since she can remember, and it's all thanks to Food Network star Rachael Ray.
Pancakes on the right feature chocolate chips or thinly-sliced berries.

My easy hack for berry or chocolate pancakes goes against popular cooking advice, but they always turn out perfectly fluffy

Our food reporter always places berries or chocolate chips on top of the batter, rather than mixing them in, and slices them thin so they cook evenly.
Chef Joel Gamoran.

7 tricks to cut your grocery spending in the new year, according to a chef

Spend less on groceries by making things that would otherwise be expensive, shopping in different parts of the store, and reducing your food waste.