America's Test Kitchen found that dredging pork chops in milk powder accelerated the browning process. Pork chops were too sweet.
Then chicken. After coating breasts with half a teaspoon of milk powder and lightly spraying them with cooking spray to adhere,
Each breast took less than two minutes to brown efficiently with "nice grill marks."
On YouTube, Heston Blumenthal shows how milk powder helps meat brown quickly and taste more like chicken
Milk powder won't gather dust in the cupboard because of its versatility.
This flavouring enhances ice cream, milkshakes, savoury sauces, macaroni and cheese, gravies, and soups.