Kitchen Hacks

The festive season is in full swing!  Are you worried about how you can spice up your home cooking with the possible house parties and limited guests amid the busy schedule then we’ve got you? There are so many hacks you can learn from these articles that would make you work efficiently and with ease to present the best meal to your guest. This holiday season, consider giving the gift of time to yourself, with the already busy day adding holiday cooking to the mix can be hectic and challenging. Here are a few favorite kitchen hacks that would make your kitchen easy to take some holiday pressure off.

  • Turn your holiday dinner and lunch into a buffet.

Even for smaller groups, setting out food and allowing guests to serve themselves is a win-win for everyone. It’s more relaxed for you and your guests because they get to freely choose the foods and serving sizes they like. Different buffet settings will make you cook small portions of meals.

  • Consider sharing cooking activities with your guest.

This is best especially if it’s a close friend or family getting together for dinner. Make the menu earlier, and let your guest know what they will be cooking and bringing over. This saves time and makes your guest feel more at home because some meals are their favorites.

  • Store and use broth.

During this time no one has the time to keep boiling vegetables and meat now and then. When you boil your meat once store the broth in a glass jar in the fridge for up to three days and freeze it for six months.

  • Batch baking 

We love cookies but sometimes we want them soft even after a day or two of baking. This hack is easy adding a slice of store-bought white bread to the cookies in an airtight container. Your cakes, cookies, and muffins will keep their day one-softness, and your guest will think they are fresh.

  • Use your oven as a proofing drawer.

This is a hack that we all should have learned a long time ago. Sometimes the kitchen top is just too cold to get good proof on homemade bread. If that’s the case pop the dough in the oven and don’t turn it on. Instead, place a pan of simmering water below your dough and shut the door. The warmth and humidity from the hot water will help you get the lift you need.

  • Clean as you go

It is not just for more cooking space but this can help you reuse pots, pans, and bowls. Also helps keep the kitchen tidy and avoids accidents.

Be inspired by these holiday food hacks and try and let us know if it did help you, make things easy. But remember it is not a competition, stick with as many food hacks as possible to make your festive season enjoyable for you, your friends, and your family.


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