Swift Method

Standard

1. Have all ingredients ready before you put the heat/stove on so that energy and time is saved.
2. Use high heat and low heat alternatively to save energy and some creative methods to get unique flavours like smoked, burnt, sautéed and fried. (I will talk about some of these in the coming days)
3. Throw in almost all ingredients together, believe me it really does not make much of a difference if one ingredient is less sautéed than the other in most recipes.
4. Use hand mixer/blender that works right into the cooking pan without having to cool down food and take it through grinder/processor

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