How do you use a baster?
The main use for a baster is to baste roasting meat. Roast your beef roast, pork roast, chicken, or turkey on a rack over a roasting pan. This will allow meat juices to collect there. Squeeze the bulb end of the baster and place the pointed end in the juices. Release the bulb slowly and it will suck up the juice. You then squeeze the bulb again to release the juices over your meat. This keeps your roast nice and juicy so that it doesn’t dry out as it cooks. You may also use gravy, broth, or marinade such as barbecue sauce. Basters can also be used for separating fat. Check out our article on how to make gravy to make your meal complete.
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