If you’re looking to overhaul your kitchen, it’s well worth investing in a few new pieces of kitchen related equipment, which will make cooking every day easier.
Kitchen Technology to Make Cooking Easier:
1. A modern-day slow cooker which is packed full of features
If you’d rather not slave over a hot stove, you may want to invest in a slow cooker which will allow you to place your chosen ingredients in your slow cooker to marinate and cook, whilst you get on with more important activities. Such as spending time with your family members or getting a quick workout in.
If you love flavorful food which requires little oil, purchasing an affordable slow cooker will definitely change the way that you cook on a daily basis.
2. Accurate electronic kitchen scales
Whether you enjoy experimenting with recipes from celebrated cookbooks or you’re looking to keep to a special diet, it’s well worth swapping your tired, outdated manual kitchen scales for an accurate, high tech kitchen scale.
3. A two in one microwave and convection oven
If you love hosting family and friends for regular dinner parties and often run out of room to cook enough dishes to feed your family and friends, you may want to invest in a two in one microwave and convection oven. Which will allow you to cook dishes such as roast chicken and potatoes, lasagne and grilled salmon in your convection microwave. A convection microwave is a particularly good idea if live in an apartment or have limited counter space in your kitchen.
4. A compact high-speed blender
If you enjoy drinking fresh fruit smoothies and juices, it’s well worth investing in a compact high-speed blender, which won’t take up much of your countertop space. As well as using a blender to create smoothies and juices, you’ll also be able to make dips such as salsa and guacamole in your compact blender.
5. A food waste disposal unit
Instead of placing all of your food scraps in your trash can, you may want to consider getting an InSinkErator installed in your kitchen. Which will allow you to quickly get rid of any food scraps, which you may have.
6. A stone coated frying pan
If you’re sick of food sticking to your frying pan such as eggs, it’s well worth investing in a stone coated frying pan. As stone is a natural non-stick surface, which will make flipping eggs and pancakes and grilling bacon a breeze. You can even use a stone coated frying pan to cook delicious, mouthwatering stir-fry dishes.
7. A food dehydrator
Food dehydrators can be used to remove liquid from foods so that you can consume foods in their raw forms. If you’re looking to overhaul your health, you may want to use a food dehydrator to create your very own raw muesli bars. Which you can snack on throughout the day.
So if you have a bit of disposable cash up your sleeve to invest in a few new pieces of kitchen equipment, it’s well worth purchasing a few of the items listed above!