6 Kitchen Hacks You Didn’t Know About 

Posted on September 6, 2019 in Living Well with 0 Comments

We have a few kitchen hacks for you. Are you ready to be surprised? Do you want to discover different ways to solve your kitchen problems? There’s no need to worry, here are some tips. 

  • Do you notice the water in the sink backing up while washing the dishes? It means your drain is clogged up. The drainage is usually blocked because of fat while rinsing your sink, and washing the dishes. All you need to do is pour half a cup of salt into the drain and hold on till it goes down. Boil 2 liters of water and pour down the drain, the hot water will burn down the fat built up. You don’t need to call a plumber or use harsh chemicals. You can do it on your own. 

 

  • Say goodbye to crying when chopping onions: To chop your onions without crying, chill your onions in the freezer for about 10 to 15 minutes and use a very sharp knife. You could also try soaking them before cutting, but have it in mind that it becomes a bit slippery while cutting, and loses some of its flavors in the water.

 

  • Boiling potatoes with their skin is a healthier option in cooking. But it’s always quite difficult taking them off when they’re boiled. You just need to slightly cut the skins into halves before boiling them. Once they’re boiled, you can easily pee the halves off. 

 

  • Do you feel like washing your frying pans doesn’t clean them to your satisfaction? Exactly. sometimes even after washing, we are still left with greasy pans. You can use lemon slices and salt to clean your greasy pans and pots. They will be clean in no time.

 

  • We make mistakes sometimes and burn some part of our food. Getting rid of it and cleaning up your pan could always be a challenging task. However, instead of destroying your pot by scraping it with a metal spoon or an iron sponge, simply use baking soda and lemon. Pour in the baking soda over affected areas and dissolve with lemon juice. Wait for some time and clean with a sponge and it would come off like magic.

 

  • Use white vinegar to get rid of sticky residue and greasy stains on your plastic containers and wash them off and rinse. In the case of tougher stains, pour in some baking soda and spray vinegar and watch it foam. Leave for a few minutes, wash and rinse.

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Read also: Tips To Stock and Store Your Spices 

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