Not everyone is a culinary genius, and many people find it difficult every time they are in the kitchen. But sometimes if you know all the tricks in the kitchen, even a simple sandwich can be made into a masterpiece.
Here are some simple kitchen tricks that might help you to organize some things around you in the kitchen, while keeping it clean at the same time:
Get the Pringles can, and use it to store the spaghetti.
Fill the ice-cube trays or muffin tins with a mixture of freshly chopped herbs and olive oil or water.
To eliminate the grease from the oven, sprinkle some baking soda and spray vinegar. Then scrape it with your sponge.
Rub your hands with stainless steel, lemon juice or baking soda to eliminate the farlic or onion scent.
To dry your sponges faster, keep them in a binder clip, upright.
If you don’t want the spuds to turn brown, then you need to cover the shredded or diced potatoes with cold water, before you cook them.
Use a rolling pin or a cheese grater to soften the butter right away.
To extend the shelf life and preserve the natural oils of the shelled nuts, freeze them.
To make the perfect and most delicious poached eggs, use a metal mesh strainer to get rid of the excess egg white.
To make the bananas ripe faster, put them in a paper bag.
If you want to prevent the bananas from ripening, then wrap each banana end with a plastic wrap.
If you want to prevent rotting, store the tomatoes stem end down.
Use a pair of tongs to juice the lemons.
Putting the eggs in a glass filled with water, and if they fall to the bottom of the glass, they are fresh.
To clean your wooden cutting board, rub half a lemon on it and sprinkle some coarse salt, then let it act for 15 minutes and you can rinse it.
To cut soft deserts and foods such as cheesecakes and cheese, use a flavorless dental floss.
If you want to eliminate the smell from your wooden spoons, put them in boiling water for a couple of minutes, and put them outside in the sun to dry, they will restore their look as well.
Put a few lemons in your microwave, let them heat up for a couple of minutes, then get them out and clean the microwave.
If you want to add lemon juice to certain meals or dishes, then cut the lemon in half and put the nozzle from the spray bottle in it.
To get rid from water stains on your sink, then get half a lemon and rub it all over the surface, it will clean it.
Use a firms straw to remove the cherry pit and strawberry stem.
Create a mixture of 2 parts water and 1 part honey, and use it to prevent cut fruits from ripening.
To get rid of the stick-on foods from the cast-iron, use salt.
If you have some coffee left, put it in the ice-cube trays and put it in the freezer.
Keep your plastic bags in a container, but first fold them.
You can sharpen knives, by using the teacup that is ceramic on the bottom.
Make a meat cleaver at home, by taping a for on the tip of a regular hammer.
You can make a knife clinger for your kitchen, by making some holes in the wood, and then painting it from the one side.
If you want to save yourself some time, put the pancake mixture in a bottle.
Label your jars in the kitchen by using a strip chalkboard paint.
Sometimes it can happen to burn the toast on one sides, but you can still grate off the charred bits.
Get a plastic bottle, make 3 holes in it. In 2 holes one chopstick should be able to fit, but in one of the holes they should fit both.
You can use a paperclip as a bag latch, by bending it if it is unhooked around the top of the snack wrappers.
For a clogged sink, create a mixture of dump, baking soda and salt, and then you can also add a glass of warm vinegar, and then flush some hot water through the drain.
If you want to heat 2 plates in a microwave, put a glass in the middle of a bowl, and then put the other disk on the glass on top.
You can separate the white from the yolks by using a water bottle. You only need to gently squeeze he yolk and when you release, because of the vacuum the egg yolk will be in the bottle.
Instead of using a lunchbox ice pack, use a frozen sponge.
If you want your pot not to boil over, then put a wooden spoon over its top.
Source and inspired by: https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/best-kitchen-hacks/
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