21 The Best Kitchen Tips and Tricks Put To The Test

We all have busy lives, so we all need some handy tricks and tips to make kitchen tasks quickly and easily, after all, nobody love to spend all day in the kitchen. For that, I gathered some of the best kitchen tips that will help you to save time, minimize effort and make do deliciously. Some of these kitchen secrets may have been seen before, but now you should really try them.

#1. Line baking pans with parchment paper before making brownies or cake, then you can just pull it out and not have to worry about the mess:

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#2. As more air enters the egg, it gets lighter and lighter, so it provides an easy way to determine if the egg is fresh:

You will need a small bowl and some cold water.   Image via: onejive.com

#3. Freeze leftover sauce in an ice cube tray to use later for ready-to-use recipe starters:

How to do: collegerecipecafe.com

#4. Turn any cup into a travel cup with press’n seal:

#5. Regular old kitchen glasses make perfect mango peelers:

#6. (GRATE COLD BUTTER)You must first get your stick of butter properly frozen, and then you can easily get the grated butter with the help of the grater:

The grated butter is perfect for adding to flour before baking biscuits, scones, muffins, etc..

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#7. If you store your ice cream container in a freezer bag, it won’t freeze into a frozen brick and you can scoop it out much more easily:

#8. This clever tip helps you easily make your own cherry pie. Use a straw or chopstick to poke cherry pits out then fill them with treats such as nuts or chocolate:

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#9. Keep potatoes from sprouting so quickly by placing an apple in them:

See the instructions here: creeklinehouse.com

#10. Dental floss can help you cut cakes, cheeses and other soft solids with ease:

#11. Take use of a kitchen glove or rubber band to easily open a stubborn jar:

#12. Although these puffy bags might take up a little bit more space in your refrigerator, by filling the bags with air or carbon dioxide, it can prevent wilted salad greens:

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#13. The process of boiling water can eliminate dissolved air, so this tips lets us make crystal- clear ice cubes:

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#14. Use an empty plastic bottle to separate egg yolks:

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#15. Stick the pit with a big, sharp blade then twist. It is the best way to get rid of the pit of an avocado:

#16. Soften butter in a matter of minutes by placing it under a warm glass:

#17. Cutting the bottoms and putting them in a jar of water will make fresh asparagus last longer:

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#18. Prevent your mixer from getting batter everywhere with a paper plate:

#19. Clever tips to keep your Tacos standing(1.Knead the foil paper into a ball; 2.Use an upside-down cupcake tray):

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How to make homemade tortilla chips, taco shells and taco bowls in an oven.   Get the Instructions here: eatingwell.com

#20. Freeze yogurt to make ice pops your kid will love:

#21. Just using two plates and a serrated knife, you can get a dozen Cherry Tomatoes, Grapes, Olives & Cherries in half in mere seconds:

More details at: theyummylife.com