Kitchen gadget: choose a healthy kitchen.

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Kitchen gadget: choose a healthy kitchen.

Being equipped with a healthy kitchen sounds intimidating and expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. I should know: I’ve been developing and testing healthy recipes for nearly two decades, and I even recently built a test kitchen/cooking show at home. Perhaps most importantly, I have a hungry family, and I try to provide healthy, delicious, and sustainable meals. Over the years, I’ve learned which kitchen appliances are essential for efficient and healthy cooking.

I’ll start with smaller, cheaper kitchen gadgets:

Non-stick frying pan, pan and small fish.

Cost: $20 to $50.

Non-stick pans are a necessity for light cooking. When using a high-quality non-stick cooker, you need much less oil or fat in your pan. I don’t have a particular brand, I suggest. I’m looking for a thick pot and a hot handle – I’m trying to buy them for sale.

2. Blender or food processor.

Cost: a microprocessor’s processor costs more than $100 from $30 to some agitators.

When you cook a healthy sauce or spread the sauce, sometimes you need some help to combine the raw material with the smooth texture. That’s when you pull out your blender or food processor. You can also use a blender or food processor to make smoothies with fresh or frozen fruits, ground flax seeds, low-fat dairy products, etc.

3. Simmer pot

Cost: about $40.

I actually have two slow stews! I am not greedy; When the second person comes in handy, I find myself in a situation (such as barbecues, small parties, or cooking). In the winter, I tend to make pasta sauces, stews or chillies in the morning, and let them simmer in a slow cooker all day long. When you eat dinner, your dinner is not only ready, but also aromatic.

When you cook a healthy sauce or spread the sauce, sometimes you need some help to combine the raw material with the smooth texture. That’s when you pull out your blender or food processor. You can also use a blender or food processor to make smoothies with fresh or frozen fruits, ground flax seeds, low-fat dairy products, etc.

3. Simmer pot

Cost: about $40.

I actually have two slow stews! I am not greedy; When the second person comes in handy, I find myself in a situation (such as barbecues, small parties, or cooking). In the winter, I tend to make pasta sauces, stews or chillies in the morning, and let them simmer in a slow cooker all day long. When you eat dinner, your dinner is not only ready, but also aromatic.

4. Hand food chopper.

Cost: $15 to $20.

This is all vegetarian, and you’re cooking healthy recipes right now. Cooking light means using an added flavor without adding fat and calories. Many of these healthy ingredients need to be chopped up (such as Onions, green peppers, fresh herbs, nuts, etc.). These knives can be cut easily without hurting your fingers or tearing down a tear because they are completely wrapped in Onions and you chop them.

5. The fuel injector

Cost: about $10.

Usually, you need a little oil to help your food surface brown and crisp. These sprays are a good way to spread small amounts of olive oil or canola oil onto the surface of a food or pot rather than dipping it into oil. You can buy cooking spray in your supermarket, but you have to throw the garbage can in the trash. Another option is to buy rechargeable sprays.

6. Flexible plastic cutting mat.

Cost: a set of two about $4.

These flexible, thin plastic cutting boards are suitable for all healthy ingredients (such as fruits, vegetables, Onions and herbs). As long as you cut up on the mat, pick up the shredded items together with the mat, bend the mat, and lift it, the food can easily be poured into your bowl or pan. The cutting mat is also easy to clean in the dishwasher.

7. Meat hammer

Cost: $6.95 or more.

Use these soft, lean meat and roll to the bone, to skin the chicken breast. Many of my chicken recipes call for squashed chicken breasts. This way, the chicken cooks more evenly, and you’re less likely to overcook.

8. Microwave oven.

Cost: $15.

One of the simplest and most nutritious ways to cook vegetables is to cook them lightly. One good way to do this is to use one of these steam engines. Some of them are shaped like pans with a lid; You just spill water on your vegetables, cover them, and cook. Along with other containers, vegetables sit on the water in separate compartments. Either way, a miracle.

9. The bread machine

Cost: $60 to $100.

It’s good to have a simple choice to make your own half-whole-wheat cinnamon roll, pizza or bread dough. You can use whatever oil you want, no matter how much you want. If you like, you can add flax seed powder. You can use half whole-wheat flour for every single recipe. Either way, bake bread in the machine, or use the “dough” cycle, and bake in the oven.

10. Juicer

Cost: $80 to $250.

When you use juicer to make fruit or vegetable juice, you don’t have to worry about adding sugar or salt. One store manager told me that their best-selling juicer was the Jack La Lanne brand. I remember the fitness and fitness gurus of my youth (60s and 70s) still around us, still a great juicer.

11. Hand orange Zester.

Cost: about $7.

This is one of my favorite kitchen gadgets. It has five small cutting holes at one end, and when you pull zester over lemon, lime or orange surfaces, it produces a line strip. It can only remove the skin (warm) color outside, it has the wonderful aromatic oil. Adding chopped enthusiasm is a simple, zero-calorie way to break your healthy diet of muffins, cakes, bars, pies and pancakes.

12. Organic silicon coating brush.

Cost: about $7.

Oil sprays can be coated with food or cooking surfaces and have light oil layers. But sometimes the job requires more reporting or more thorough application. That’s when you need oil and brush. At other times, you’ll need to apply a thick sauce or marinade to the surface of the food. Again, your silicone paint brush to rescue! The silicone line is kept separate and well coated with liquid. The brush is dishwasher safe, so cleaning is easy. They heat up to 600 degrees and can handle almost every barbecue.

Large kitchen gadget.

This is something bigger and more expensive on the kitchen gadget I want most.

13. Gas stoves or cookers.

Cost: depending on type and brand.

I think you can use a gas cooker to better control heat. It’s important to make low-fat soy sauce more important than high-fat sauces.

14. Convection

Cost: varies widely depending on type and brand.

Convection oven USES a fan to evenly distribute heat during baking, especially for low-fat bakery recipes. You want to cook low brownie cakes and cookies a little to get the chewy texture you need. In my experience, you are less likely to overuse these foods when using a convection oven. I put a convection oven/microwave in my kitchen. My gas oven also has a function that allows you to use the convection heat by flipping the switch.

15. Indoor barbecue

Cost: varies greatly depending on type. A $100 regular BBQ.

An indoor grill can produce the appearance and texture of a barbecue without the potential cancer risk of coking and flame explosions due to barbecues. There are several different types: the top and bottom of a George Foreman grill; Indoor/outdoor grill; Better stove accessories; And a new stove. Five years ago, when I was investing in my dynamic cooking system stove/oven, I had a misjudgment, and I opted for a roasting pan instead of a grill. How many times in the last five years have I fired this big pot meal? Zero. How many times have I wanted to choose the grill in the middle of the stove? I’ve stopped counting.

A good mixer.

Cost: more than $230, and more than $350.

I’m totally dependent on my hardcore, “I can’t believe how much it costs.” If you want to cook most of your meals at home, you need a good mixer so you can make your own baked goods, mashed potatoes, etc. Don’t get me wrong, a cheap hand-held mixer will do the job for some of your recipes, but it’s good to use a blender or blender attached to the blender. A strong enough bread dough or extra thick cookie dough that won’t miss a beat.

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