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10 Kitchen Devices To Make Cooking At House More straightforward

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There’s no shortage of multi-purpose kitchen gadgets promising to revolutionize your home cooking. What you might not know is that, but many of them end up messy failures or dust-gatherers at the back of your kitchen shelves. But that’s not to say that every kitchen gadget is a disaster waiting to happen.

It’s all too tempting to believe the hype and invest heavily in the near-legendary banana slicer to change up your kitchen routine.

Okay, it really isn’t. There’s an enormous quantity of kitchen gadgets that fulfill the most arbitrary of uses and quickly become kitchen clutter. However, there are a number of gadgets that can genuinely make your food preparation easier, quicker and a lot more fun without wasting your money. Here are the gadgets that should make the chore of producing food into a fun and enjoyable culinary adventure.

Kitchen gadgets and appliances

Sunbeam MultiProcessor

You can spend a lot of money on a food processor, but even the more affordable models can usually do an excellent job. The Sunbeam MultiProcessor features a 1.75-liter bowl capacity for liquids and a 1.5 liter capacity for solids such as dough, and an 850W motor with five speeds and a pulse function for your more direct slicing and blending jobs. It’s also designed and engineered in Australia if you’re looking to shop local.

Where to buy: Amazon ($119, usually $129), The Good Guys ($129)

Philips Viva Collection All in One Multi-Cooker/Pressure Cooker/Slow Cooker

You can make everything from tomato sauce to pavlova in a slow cooker, but why stop with simple slow heat application? The Philips All In One covers the bases of slow cooking and pressure cooking with seven modes of operation, searing functions and a hard ceramic bowl to keep it going for years (and meals) to come.

Where to buy: Amazon ($179, usually $249), Myer ($185, usually $429)

Dalstrong Knife Set Block

A good set of knives is an absolute kitchen must unless you plan on serving entire sides of meat and uncut vegetables to your family and friends. You can buy much cheaper sets than this, but you typically get what you pay for, and a top-quality set of knives can literally last a lifetime.

Where to buy: Amazon ($488)

Kitchen Precision Premium Knife Sharpener

While we’re on the subject of knives, there’s no point investing in a good knife set if you don’t have a knife sharpener to keep them in tip-top shape. This two-stage sharpener will get even your bluntest knives back into slicing and dicing.

Where to buy: Amazon ($6.95)

Cuisipro 4 Sided Box Grater

No, it’s not just for cheese. Although, mmm…cheese. But still, a good grate is an essential kitchen gadget for preparing fine quantities of all sorts of ingredients. This isn’t a low-cost grate, but it’s backed by a solid warranty and reviews indicate that it’s extremely sharp – so be careful with your fingers!

Where to buy: Amazon ($50.95)

Souped Up Recipes Carbon Steel Wok

A good wok opens up a world of cooking adventures that you just can’t get quite right with a conventional frypan. If you’re a beginner, the Souped Up Recipes Carbon Steel Wok could be a good choice, with an included instructional video to take you through properly seasoning and caring for your new Wok so it’ll last you for years of tasty meals.

Where to buy: Amazon ($65.99)

Lavatools Digital Meat Thermometer

Properly and safely cooking meat isn’t just a matter of how well done someone might want their steak – it’s an important health and safety issue. A meat thermometer is a quick and easy way to assess the internal temperature of your BBQ steaks, oven chooks or any other cooked material, making it easier to provide healthy and tasty meals without having to intrusively cut into the meat to check.

Where to buy: Amazon ($34.99)

Instant Pot Vortex Plus Air Fryer Oven

Honestly, believe the hype. A new air fryer will become your number one go-to in the kitchen, cooking everything from chippies to a roast chicken to crispy perfection without all the oil. You don’t have to spend all your money either, we love the oven-style ones like this one that fries, rcoasts, bakes and grills.

Where to buy: Amazon ($239.95, usually $349)

bangashian Silicone Stretch Lids

Not only do these handy silicone lids turn just about anything into a food container, but they’re also reusable so Mother Earth will thank you for giving up the cling wrap. This pack of 13 comes in round and rectangular shapes and a bunch of different sizes.

Where to buy: Amazon ($27)

Salta Portable Stick Hand Blender

Stick blenders might actually be heaven-sent. You don’t have to do that tricky dance of pouring things from the pot to the blender, just shover your stick blender in and away you go.

Where to buy: Amazon ($35.99)

Editor’s note: Descriptions and features are as taken from manufacturer/seller claims on Amazon. This post has been updated since it’s original publication.

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