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Cook a Gourmet Meal on a Dollar Menu Budget

Can’t afford to eat out again this month but dying for a gourmet meal you and your family will love? It’s possible! Eating well doesn’t mean you have to spend the big bucks. And gourmet doesn’t mean you have to splurge on filet mignon or lobster. Create a restaurant quality pasta, fish or chicken dish at home for cheap with these tips!

Cook a Gourmet Meal on a Dollar Menu Budget – Plating

There’s a reason that plating is always scored on your top cooking competition shows. The judges on Chopped are always disgusted when the food is just thrown together. Plate like the pros by using all white plates so the focus is on the food and the colors will pop! Be sure to choose a plate size that works for your entree. Garnish is important. Even a bowl of spaghetti and meatballs looks more appetizing with a sprinkle of fresh basil and a dash of fresh parmesan on top.

Cook a Gourmet Meal on a Dollar Menu Budget – Seasoning

Flavor is the most important part of the meal. No matter how pretty it looks, if it doesn’t taste good, it’s not going to be a hit. Season your food properly. If you’re a beginner in the kitchen, feel free to experiment! Pick seasoning that sound good and try them out. Remember to add slowly and taste along the way. Add spices to your meat early, allowing it to marinate so the meat has a chance to absorb the flavor. If you’re using herbs in a dish, add them last as you don’t want the flavor to cook out. Remember to properly salt your dish. A bland meal is a bad meal!

Cook a Gourmet Meal on a Dollar Menu Budget – Wine Pairing

Nothing says gourmet like a perfectly paired glass (or bottle) of wine. Invest in a wine guide that will teach you which wines go best with certain types of food. Then choose a wine of that variety that fits in your budget.

Still need help figuring out what to cook? Try one of these 10 Gourmet Meals Under $10!

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