Everyone deserves a superhero to help out in the kitchen. And even if you don’t have one, here are some supersmart tips to make kitchen work easier and more fun.
When you think about it, many tools can be useful in more ways than one. Like cooking tweezers to make it easier to give lemons a good squeeze when you thirst for some home-made lemonade.
An egg slicer is simply too clever to only use for eggs. Quick, easy and without a knife in sight, it chops food in perfect little pieces. Just the right size to plop into your yoghurt – or your mouth.
Separating garlic and peel is suddenly both easy and fun. Put garlic in a jar and really shake it up. Just like that, the cloves are peeled. Why not make a bowl of guacamole?
Who needs knives when scissors can do the job just as well? Place the tomatoes – or whatever you want cut in smaller pieces – in a bowl and snip away. And if you’re a kid, see to it that you have a grown-up in the kitchen (so they can do the boring stuff).
Pour 1 decilitre cream, 1 dl milk, 2 tablespoons sugar and 1 teaspoon vanilla in a 1.2-litre plastic bag (the one with white bands). Seal. Place it in a bigger one (4.5-litre; turquoise bands) together with 1 dl salt and about 5 dl ice and seal that, too. Shake until it’s ready, then thank yourself – you’ve just made ice cream.
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Interior designer: Elin Stierna
Photographer: Johan Månsson
Writer: Henrik Annemark