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May 31, 2010

Commonly Used Kitchen Appliances

Kitchen appliances have become most important part of modern kitchens. It is not far when a well organized kitchen had stove, refrigerator, oven and sink providing hot and cold water. Technological development has changed the face of everything and has become essential part of our lives. Invention of several kitchen appliances is best example of this fact that we are now slaves of technology. Lots of appliances are used that are very convenient for cooking tasty and obviously healthy dishes. These kitchen appliances are equally used in homes and restaurants.

Here we will discuss some of commonly used kitchen appliances with their functions and role in cooking.

Microwave Oven: For fast cooking microwaves have made cooks very convenient. Now each modern style kitchen is imperfect without microwave. You can reheat your dishes in fewer seconds without problem of sticking with utensils.

Refrigerator: Refrigerator is one of basic appliances used in home and kitchen. In order to maintain foodstuff clean and preserved from root, it is necessary to have refrigerator in your kitchen. More sophisticated models of refrigerators have also been introduced for your convenience like single door and double door refrigerator or freezers.

Pressure Cookers: It is another useful appliance that is most commonly used by cooks in homes and on commercial level as well. Having pressure cooker you can tender the hard foodstuff in some minutes like grain food, meet and other foodstuff.

Toaster: Toaster is another useful appliance that is very helpful in preparing breakfast quickly. You can heat bread slices in some seconds and your breakfast is ready.

Other than daily use kitchen appliances lots of others are here to make you comfortable in cooking and they include:

  • Sandwich maker
  • Juicer/blender
  • Steamer
  • Food processor
  • Electric cattle
  • Cooking range
  • Fryer

All these appliances are commonly used to cook frequently. These appliances are very helpful for saving your time in the kitchen.

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3 Comments »

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    Comment by jmaranatha.com — June 2, 2010 @ 6:45 am

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    Comment by jmaranatha.com — June 2, 2010 @ 6:46 am

  3. is a separate filter, which separate dirt that flows through the air is used. We also know that after the bag is full, we delete, remove, and we put a new bag in place and continue working.

    Comment by jmaranatha.com — June 2, 2010 @ 6:47 am


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