Must Have Kitchen Accessories Tools

Must Have Kitchen Accessories Tools

Must Have Kitchen Accessories Tools

Find out which Accessories tools every kitchen home-cook should have.

To make your kitchen as professionals chefs and an enjoyable,user friendly and  easy place to work, make sure your tools and ingredients are handy, your sink is cleared out and your work surfaces are clean. Like any good work space, your kitchen needs good tools and Accessories that doing life easier.


  • Blender

    Handy for blending up a smoothie or salad dressing.

  • Slow Cooker

    Also referred to as a crock pot. Buy one that’s the right size for your family. A great tool for someone on the go: a lot of recipes can be thrown together in minutes before work and are ready to eat when you get home.
  • Electric Hand Mixer

    Baked goods are so much easier with a hand mixer. You can get one for about $10-20$.
  • Storage Containers

    Storage containers aren’t just for storing leftovers, but any unused ingredients that come from making dinner.
  • Colander

    One that has feet and is the right size for your family (think about how much pasta you need to drain at once). Also make sure it will fit in your sink
  • Utensils

    Heat-resistant nonstick spatulas, vegetable peeler, rolling pin, meat mallet, a slotted spoon for draining, a wire whisk, tongs, a few wooden spoons, ladle.
  • Bakeware

    At least one 9-by-13-inch baking pan, roasting pan and rack, pizza pan, baking sheets, 3-quart rectangular and 8-inch-square glass baking dishes.
  • Measuring Cups & Spoons

  • One full set of measuring spoons and two sets of measuring cups. One set should be for measuring liquids—those measuring cups usually have handles and pour spouts—and one set for measuring dry ingredients that can be leveled off.
  • Instant Read Thermometer

    Found in nearly every supermarket meat section or with other kitchen gadgets, an instant-read thermometer is essential for making sure meat and poultry are safely cooked and done to your preference.
  • Cookware

    Nonstick skillets are great tools for beginner cooks but remember never to use metal utensils on nonstick pans—scratched surfaces negatively affect their nonstick surfaces. You’ll want both small and large nonstick skillets. You’ll also want small and large stainless-steel skillets, as well as small and large saucepans and a stockpot.
  • Cutting Boards

    Two cutting boards are ideal—one for raw proteins and one for cooked foods and produce—to avoid cross-contamination when cooking. Cutting boards made of polyethylene plastic are inexpensive, durable and easy to clean. Look for ones that are dishwasher-safe.
  • Bowls

    A set of 3 stainless-steel mixing bowls that fit inside one another is a space saver. They are inexpensive, versatile and will last a lifetime.
Kitchen knife Chef Knives Japanese 7CR17 440C High Carbon Stainless Steel Imitation Damascus Sanding Laser Knife
  • Knives

    Those butcher blocks full of knives look nice on your counter, but you really only need three: a serrated knife, a 9- to 10-inch-long chef’s knife and a paring knife are good basics. Knives are one thing you don’t want to buy without holding first; they should feel natural in your hand. Buy the best knives you can afford—they will last for many years.

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