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3 ways to remove excess salt from your food

3 ways to remove excess salt from your food

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Seasoning is integral to the success of a meal. However, we sometimes make the mistake of adding too much salt to our meals when cooking.

Most often when we this mistake is made during cooking, we declare the situation a helpless one. What happens when you go a little overboard with the salt? We have you sorted with these remedies.

The good news is we're here to share that knowledge with you. If your meal is too salty, give one of these techniques a spin to get your special dinner back on track!

Pulse.com.gh brings you 4 fast ways to remove excess salt from your food.

1. Sugar

3 ways to remove excess salt from your food

Opt for sugar. Place a sugar lump on a spoon and let it soak a few seconds. Be careful not to let the sugar melt or fall into the sauce.

2. Potatoes

3 ways to remove excess salt from your food

You could also remedy this using chopped potatoes. The potatoes will absorb a lot of the salt and reduce the amount of salt left in the food. Remove the potatoes and toss them away or you can make an extra effort and make yourself a nice potato salad.

3. The bread crust

You can equally soak a stale crust of bread in a sauce for a few minutes to absorb the excess salt.

Source: pulse