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Eliminate The ‘Canned’ Flavor Of Canned Vegetables With These Tips
By Elias Nash
When using canned vegetables in a meal, you can remove the taste of metal by draining the brine and then blanching them before proceeding with your recipe.
You can also eliminate the metallic taste by masking it with a generous amount of seasonings, starting with salt to amplify the flavor of the vegetables and other additions.
Garlic, onion, cumin, cayenne pepper, and chili flakes will especially come to the forefront of a flavor profile, and citrus juices can freshen up any vegetable dish.