Kitchen Tools and uses for cooking.

 Kitchen Tools and uses

Arranged your kitchen with high-quality kitchen utensils and appliances is a successful key element in becoming a gourmet cook.

I've learned one thing in my 17 years of cooking, which is that having the right tool for the job is of paramount importance. It makes everything easier and safer.

Many utensils are available in the market but you need to the right choice for your right job.
The wrong knife, or a unsharpen knife, can lead to disaster. Some recipes require a mixer, not a blender.
You get the idea.

Also, It is important, you want to look for well-make tools. When it comes to kitchen utensils and appliances, you definitely get what you pay for. Higher quality costs more, but it's worth every cent.
Lots of utensils are designed to aid in shaping, mowing, cutting, or combining foods. They have few moving parts.

Others include spoons, whisks, metal or rubber spatulas, tongs, zester, melon ball cutter, vegetable peeler, meat mallet, and chef's fork. Paring knife, Chef's knife, Cutting board, Measuring cups and spoons, Kitchen shears, Colander, Can opener, Mixing bowls, etc.

Above, I've provided a few general tips regarding choosing your kitchen supplies. To find out more about some specific kitchen utensils and appliances, please check out the links below:



Commonly used tools in the kitchen following as:
  1. Kettle,
  2. Toaster,
  3. Microwave oven,
  4. Refrigerator (commonly “fridge”),
  5. Dishwasher,
  6. Breadbox,
  7. Pitcher (or jug),
  8. Blender,
  9. Colander,
  10. Tureen (or bowl),
  11. Cookware,
  12. Frying pan (stainless steel or nonstick),
  13. Teapot,
  14. Grater,
  15. Spatula,
  16. Measuring cups,
  17. Measuring spoons,
  18. Cutting board,
  19. Ladle,
  20. Strainer,
  21. Slotted spoon,
  22. Can opener,
  23. Mixing bowl,
  24. Egg slicer,
  25. Potato peeler,
  26. Meat mallet,
  27. Plate,
  28. Glass,
  29. Cup (mug),
  30. Regular spoon,
  31. Fork,
  32. Knife (butter knife, paring knife, steak knife),
  33. Bin,
  34. Kitchen utensils,
  35. Tableware,
  36. Flatware,
Some synonyms and English verbs Commonly used in the kitchen following as:
  1. Boil,
  2. Carve,
  3. Cut,
  4. Chop,
  5. Slice,
  6. Peel,
  7. Grate,
  8. Cook,
  9. Stew,
  10. Fry,
  11. Heat (in a microwave),
  12. Warm-up,
  13. Unfreeze,
  14. Pour,
  15. Drain,
  16. Wash,

Kitchen Staples

Never mind your stapler. Here we are discussing kitchen staples or foods that are used often and in many different dishes. These are things like spices and herbs.

It is very important to have them easily accessible, as you will most likely be using one or more in every dish, every time you cook.

1. Seasonings - An item added to enhance the natural flavors of food without dramatically changing its taste; salt is the most common seasoning.

2. Flavoring - An item that adds a new taste to, and alters, a food's natural flavor; flavorings include herbs, spices, vinegar, and condiments. The terms seasonings and flavoring are often used interchangeably.

3. Herbs - Any of a large group of aromatic plants whose leaves, stems, or flowers are used as a flavoring; used either dried or fresh.

4. Aromatic - A food added to enhance the natural aromas of another food; aromatics include most flavorings, such as herbs and spices, as well as some vegetables.

5. Spices - Any of a large group of aromatic plants whose bark, roots, seed, buds, or berries are used as flavoring; usually used in dried form, either whole or ground.

6. Condiments - Traditionally, any item added to a dish for flavor, including herbs, spices, and vinegar; now also refers to cooked or prepared flavorings such as prepared mustards, relishes, bottled sauces, and pickles.


Click the following link and get Kitchen Layout Demo:

Training Kitchen Equipment Layout CAD.file

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Training Kitchen Equipment Layout CAD.file

Training Kitchen Equipment Layout JPEG

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