A famous chef claims you've been cutting onions the wrong way all your life: a strange method proves him right
You have prepared all the ingredients you need for the perfect meal you're cooking, and now it's time for the most annoying part.
You guessed right.. the moment of chopping the onion!
For many, onion is the most annoying, frustrating and boring part of cooking. As your eyes fill with tears, your vision becomes blurry, and you risk cutting your fingers instead of the onion.
Fortunately, this problem has an easy solution. One we haven't heard of before.
Cutting the onion
We all have our own way of dealing with onions. There is no 'right' or 'wrong' method.
But it's always good to listen to professionals who do this for a living.
Celebrity chef Jack Scalpani recommends a certain way of peeling that will keep you from crying while chopping onions.
Before you take the knife, you need to locate the tip of the onion. Once you have found the root, turn the onion upwards, with the root point facing upwards.
Watch the video and see how it works. Smart, right?
We wonder how we never knew about this method?
With this method, you can avoid tears in your eyes the next time you cook with onions. And who doesn't want that?
Please share this clever trick with everyone you know, so more people can cut your onions without losing their fingers!