People Explain Which Foods Taste Better When They're A Little Burnt
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It's easy to fall into old cooking baits, putting food on the stove, waiting for the steam, then pulling it off before the smoke fills the house. Howwever, people may not know that if you leave the food on the stove or in the oven or on the grill just a little while longer...magic can happen.


Reddit user, u/Vinicelli, wanted to hear what they should let sit on the stove a little longer when they asked:

Which foods taste better when they're a little burnt?

There's Two Kinds Of People In This World...

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Grilled marshmallows with that crispy black shell. Don't know why but I love it

MinnaLido

I don't know why but the image of someone sitting there flipping marshmallows on a grill with tongs is getting me.

Vinicelli

Koreans Call This "Knurungji"

When cooking rice on the stove, the rice at the bottom of the pot is usually a little more cooked than the rice on top. If I'm careless, that rice can end up being burnt.

On the other hand, when rice is only slightly burnt such that it turns into a nutty brown color, it becomes fantastic.

Time_Significance

Everything Is Better With A Crunch

[The] little burnt bits from corners of brownies.

So good they made a bag of them: brownie brittle

iridescentpanda1027

Garfield Says, "What's Up?"

Lasagna corners

Sirnando138

YES. Stouffer's lasagna with a bit of crisp on the edge? gimme gimme

Djent_Reznor1

Leftover Cheese? Yes, Please.

The melted Gruyere cheese melted under the broiler on a crouton atop a crock of French onion soup.

Back2Bach

Onions That Give You That Caramelized Crunch

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Plantains. Those little burnt crispy pieces you get sometimes are the best thing ever.

Also onions that have been roasted with a turkey or chicken or whatever. You get the sweet caramelized onion and a little burned char piece with the onion. I want to top everything with those.

EtherBoo

Dads Out There On Standing By Their Grill Ready To Go

Hot dogs

rougethebatt

Sausages in general. Just delightful with a bit of char. Some can even be better when a little overcooked and crumbly (black and bleu brats, though varies a lot by butcher).

DancingBearatwork

Enough Salt And Cheese Fixes Everything

Roasted Brussels sprouts. Don't knock it til you've tried it - they're soft on the inside.

godsenfrik

It blows my mind how many people legit hate brussel sprouts.

Put them in a casserole dish with some oil, salt, and pepper. Bake them at 350 for like 10-15 minutes and you're all set

InternetKidsAreMean

Potatoes In Any Form Are Delicious

Fried potatoes

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The hallmark of a good diner is when you order hash browns well done and they actually cook it well done.

AgoraiosBum

Walking The Edge Of The Bacon Knife

Bacon

EyeAmExtraWack

There's a very fine line with bacon. I need some chew

Candied bacon is indeed always amazing with some char.

Vinicelli

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Grilled cheese duh

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How did I need to scroll this far down to find this answer? When making a grilled cheese, I always use cheese that's slightly larger than the bread, so that the edges of the cheese melts directly on the pan. And then getting the bread to a perfect golden-brown, or slightly more if you feel like it, is just perfection.

KingAlfredOfEngland

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