How to cook milk so that it doesn't burn and run away: the simplest tip

Tatiana KoziukLife
How to boil milk so that it doesn't run away

Milk burnt or escaped during the cooking process is a situation that is probably familiar to every housewife. But that's not the worst of it, because after such an incident, you have to clean the pan and stove from the soot and get rid of the unpleasant odor.

To prevent such a situation from happening again, you should take into account one simple life hack. The FoodOboz editorial team has gathered information and will tell you how to boil milk so that it does not burn and does not run away.

How to boil milk properly

The most common reason why milk burns is the use of improper utensils. If you are cooking any dish with milk or just boiling it, it is best to do it in an enamel pot and even better to have a thick bottom.

How to boil milk so it doesn't run

In addition, the pot should be rinsed under cold running water beforehand. And before pouring in the milk, also pour a little cold water into the pot - about 5 millimeters is enough - and bring it to a boil. Once the water is boiling, add the right amount of milk and continue cooking the dish in your usual way.

Why milk burns and runs out of the pot

To prevent milk from escaping during the cooking process, it is recommended to put a wooden spoon across the pan. It will prevent the milk from escaping through the walls of the pan. As a result, your stove will remain clean.

Earlier, we reported why it is recommended to stir jam with a wooden spoon and how it affects the taste.

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