Any house­wife spends a lot of time in the kitchen. There are no uni­ver­sal rules for arrang­ing a kitchen; each house­wife forms a set of nec­es­sary items based on her habits and culi­nary pref­er­ences. Some­one likes to cook meat dish­es, some­one prefers fish or veg­etable dish­es. But there are some things with­out which it will not be pos­si­ble to cook and serve even the sim­plest food. This list can be con­sid­ered a basic set of dish­es and var­i­ous use­ful tools for the kitchen, with which you can already run a house­hold and receive guests. Let’s fig­ure out what the nec­es­sary devices in the kitchen should be, what exact­ly is includ­ed in the list of indis­pens­able?

one. Cut­ting board It is one of the most impor­tant items in the kitchen.

We rec­om­mend choos­ing cut­ting boards made of wood, wood­en boards have a num­ber of advan­tages: knives do not get dull on a wood­en board; prod­ucts do not slip on them; the sur­face does not dull the knives; does not make unpleas­ant sounds when cut­ting prod­ucts. You can serve piz­za or grilled food on the cut­ting board.

2. Grater.

It is dif­fi­cult to imag­ine any, even the most mod­ern kitchen, with­out such an indis­pens­able tool as a grater. This tool is used almost every day, since a lot of dif­fer­ent oper­a­tions can be per­formed on a grater, from chop­ping cheese for pas­ta and choco­late for dec­o­rat­ing a cake to chop­ping prod­ucts for lecho, pick­les, sal­ads. Today we will tell you the main points that you need to pay atten­tion to when choos­ing a con­ve­nient and safe grater.

3. gar­lic press.

The gar­lic press is a small device for quick­ly crush­ing gar­lic. This func­tion­al and prac­ti­cal thing is indis­pens­able in every home. The spe­cial strong design pro­vides high-qual­i­ty pro­cess­ing of gar­lic. Most press­es can also be used to grind oth­er prod­ucts.

four. meat ham­mer.

Anoth­er fre­quent­ly used item that is dif­fi­cult to replace with anoth­er. This tool great­ly sim­pli­fies and speeds up the process of cook­ing meat. A chop ham­mer is sim­i­lar to an ordi­nary con­struc­tion ham­mer, only it also has notch­es. Usu­al­ly they beat the meat to soft­en the fibers, after which the pieces are juicy.

5. Can-open­er — an impor­tant assis­tant in the kitchen.

It will allow you to quick­ly and effort­less­ly open any cans for cook­ing or treats. Unlike the old Sovi­et can open­ers, even chil­dren can use mod­ern can open­ers — such tools are safe and easy to use.

6. Corkscrew — a pro­fes­sion­al tool for som­me­liers and wait­ers, but at the same time — an impor­tant lit­tle thing in every­day life and an hon­orary inhab­i­tant of many hos­pitable cuisines. It is extreme­ly dif­fi­cult to uncork a bot­tle of wine with­out a corkscrew, although crafts­men have long learned to get to the desired con­tents with­out a tool intend­ed for this. Inge­nu­ity and pur­pose­ful­ness prompt­ed a cre­ative thought: wine is uncorked with a knife, a screw, a stilet­to heel. In the end, the cork can be lured out with boil­ing water or by hit­ting the bot­tom. And yet, the eas­i­est and most reli­able way to pre­serve the bot­tle, wine and health is a corkscrew, for­tu­nate­ly, there are many types of this device.

7. Colan­der — is a ladle-type dish, the bot­tom of which is dot­ted with holes.

This kitchen acces­so­ry almost does not attract atten­tion, because this is the case when appear­ance is not the main thing. Con­ve­nience and safe­ty play a major role. A sil­i­cone colan­der is a wor­thy option for kitchen uten­sils, it is prac­ti­cal and com­plete­ly safe.

eight. Flour sieve is a sim­ple kitchen acces­so­ry that eas­i­ly sifts flour, leav­ing only high-qual­i­ty flour.

Nowa­days, the stores offer a wide vari­ety of sieves for house­hold use. So, one of the sim­plest, but at the same time pop­u­lar and com­mon mech­a­nisms, is a mechan­i­cal kitchen man­u­al sieve with a han­dle, which is made in the shape of a mug. The main advan­tages of such a mug are: sim­plic­i­ty (a few quick move­ments — and the flour is sift­ed); speed (in a cou­ple of min­utes you can sift the required amount of flour); ver­sa­til­i­ty (in this mug you can sift not only flour, but also cocoa, pow­dered sug­ar and oth­er bulk prod­ucts); After pro­cess­ing, the flour begins to breathe, which has a pos­i­tive effect on its appear­ance.

9. Nut­crack­er — an indis­pens­able thing when pro­cess­ing nuts for home use. It’s good if the shell is like a peanut, and if it’s like a wal­nut, then here you can’t do with­out a good nut­crack­er or nut­crack­er, as the com­mon peo­ple say.

ten. Peel­er.

Every day, house­wives are faced with the prob­lem of clean­ing a large num­ber of veg­eta­bles. Some­times for a large fam­i­ly you need to pre­pare a lot of car­rots, pota­toes, beets and oth­er prod­ucts from which you need to cook a vari­ety of healthy dish­es. How­ev­er, in addi­tion to this task in the kitchen, women still have a lot of house­hold chores, and you just need to take time for your­self and have a good rest. A good veg­etable peel­er can make man­u­al labor eas­i­er and reduce the time it takes to peel veg­eta­bles and fruits.