Overcooked asparagus is stringy and tough.
When hard-boiled eggs are overcooked, the yolks develop a green tinge around the yolk, which in turn will give your egg salad a green tint.
To keep the white meat from becoming overcooked while the dark meat finishes cooking, you need to take a piece of foil and place it over the turkey breast.
This is because pieces that are the same size cook at the same rate so you don't end up with some pieces that are overcooked and some that are undercooked.
It also works well with delicate fish and seafood, ensuring it is not overcooked.
That plate is a necessity so that food does not end up cold on one side and hot or overcooked on the other.
When in doubt, it is always better to have a turkey mildly overcooked than underdone.
They worry about being late, they worry if dinner is overcooked and they worry about whether or not they remembered to restock the medicine cabinet.
Boiling can deplete the meat of some of its flavor if overcooked.
She also thought the rich, thick sauce was delicious, but felt the pasta had been overcooked and was slightly watery.
If you use a stationery grill, you're likely to find that your food ends up either undercooked or overcooked.
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