Kitchen Equipment Hacks

Hey everyone. What are your favorite kitchen hacks- alternative ways to use your kitchen equipment to make, bake, or cook?

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enspana3 years ago

rust from cutlery to pots and pans

ketchup is a great way to take out rust from cutlery to pots and pans .try an let me know any brand works.

flavrt4 years ago
This is half a hack, but worth mentioning. A company called Dork Food makes a temperature controller and they sell it on Amazon. When you plug a non-programable heating appliance into the Dork, it provides the brains to hold the temperature to whatever you set without overheating. So now a $15 crockpot behaves like a $400 sous vide machine. If you want beef cooked to 132º, you get every bit of it cooked to exactly 132º. Thick or thin, an hour or a day, it doesn't matter. I can't overcook.
Moem5 years ago
The other way around...
using a paint mixer to whip up a large batch of pancake batter.
flavrt Moem4 years ago
Power mixing. I'm awed.
garnishrecipes (author)  Moem5 years ago
Whoa! Props, that's awesome! :)
When you're making batter to feed 150 hungry bikers, this is definitely the way to go!
RavensCraft5 years ago
Instead of using a microwave on my frozen mini pancakes,
I line the side of a steamer with them, and steam them over my oatmeal
on the stove.
kkeagan5 years ago
i have a round glass benchtop cooker and no muffin pans would fit so i just cut the tops off 400g tomato can tins down to 1" and made the 8 needed to fit in my cooker
kkeagan kkeagan5 years ago
a polar fleece blanket is the best to rise b read pizza bases in
i make a white bread dough in my breadmaker ...cut into 8 and roll out makes the best pizza bases... you can make thick or thin bases
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