Cooking is a beautiful hobby. It lets you create amazing delicious dishes that you can enjoy later on. It is something you can really enjoy and have great fun out of. But when it becomes a regular thing, it gets tiresome, especially when you are running out of time. In times like this, if you know a few hacks, they will make your life just so much easier. Kitchen hacks are little fun tricks that make your life just so much easier. So here are a few kitchen hacks that will help cook faster and maintain your kitchen better.
Lemons are something you use in your kitchen on a regular basis. Then you know how it is not easy to get the juice out of them instantly after you take them out of the fridge. It takes a lot of effort to squeeze the juice out of them, and the result is still unsatisfactory. There is a little trick that you can try, which will make it much easier. After you take the lemon out of the fridge, you can microwave it for 10 to 20 seconds. This will help you squeeze out a larger amount of juice with much less effort.
We all love to cook, and it is delightful, but the stains they leave behind in your kitchen are a headache to get rid of. It just takes so much time to clean them. A simple hack for this is to use baking soda. Mix vinegar and baking soda into a thick paste and use it to clean the stains on your kitchen countertops and blender, etc. It will give you remarkable results.
Mint and coriander leaves are one of the most commonly used items in a kitchen household. We all have that tradition of asking for some extra dhaniya and pudina while getting the vegetables, and they enhance the taste of the cooking immensely. But sadly, they do not stay fresh for long. To keep them fresh, you can put them in airtight glass containers and keep the container in the fridge. This will keep them fresh for much longer.
Leftover pizza is one of the best ever snacks to have. It is a very common occurrence that whenever you have a large pizza, you cannot finish, you pack some of it to later reheat and eat. You can store this leftover pizza in glass containers for kitchen storage. This will work better than plastic boxes and keep your pizza safe to eat. When you reheat it, you can use these same microwavable glass containers to heat them in your microwave. To prevent your pizza from going dry, place a bowl of water in the microwave along with your pizza.
Blenders are an everyday use appliance in an Indian household. Whether it is some masala, batter, or just about any other dish, the blender comes in handy. But you need to be careful that it does not take a toll on your blender. Too much use can leave its blades blunt, and then it is extra work for you to blend your cooking stuff. It will take so much more time to cook. You can keep the blades of your blender sharp by using rock salt. Put some rock salt in your blender and blend it a couple of times, once in a while, to keep your blades sharp.
We take so many precautions, washing and cleaning your vegetables and fruits repeatedly to keep it clean. With this hack, you can be sure your vegetables are free from any dirt and pesticides. Add a little baking soda to water and soak your vegetables in it. It will make sure that they are free of any dirt and pesticides. And if you want to keep your food free of chemicals, then store it in glass containers with lids. Unlike plastic, glass does not release any harmful chemicals into your food.
Peeling garlic is a real time taker and an irritating chore. They are tiny and just so stubborn. This simple hack will make it easier for you to peel your garlic. Chop off the top and bottom of your garlic and then put them in the microwave for 10 to 20 seconds. You can use glass food storage jars & containers for this purpose. It will make it much easier for you to peel your garlic.
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