Simple methods for cooking meat more quickly

Slice Thinner: Cut meat into thinner slices or smaller pieces to reduce cooking time. Thinner cuts cook faster and more evenly. 

Pound Meat: Use a meat mallet to pound thicker cuts of meat, like chicken breasts or pork chops. Flattening them helps reduce thickness, allowing for quicker cooking. 

Pre-cut or Pre-slice: Purchase pre-cut or pre-sliced meat if available. This saves time and reduces cooking duration. 

Use High Heat: Choose cooking methods that apply high heat, like grilling, broiling, or stir-frying, for faster cooking. 

Choose Thinner Cuts: Select thinner cuts of meat, such as flank steak or thinly sliced chicken, as they cook faster than thicker cuts 

Utilize Pressure Cookers: Pressure cookers or instant pots significantly reduce cooking time for meats that typically require longer cooking durations. 

Pre-cook in Advance: Partially cook meat ahead of time, and finish cooking just before serving. This reduces last-minute cooking time. 

Use a Meat Thermometer: To avoid overcooking or undercooking, use a meat thermometer to monitor doneness accurately and prevent overcooking. 

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