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8 Gadgets for the Kitchen You Didn't Know You Couldn't Live Without

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8 Gadgets for the Kitchen You Didn't Know You Couldn't Live Without

Given the chance, any home chef would love to have a dream kitchen. It would be beautiful, functional and have some of the coolest products they could ask for. These gadgets are fun and ignite the possibilities of all the things they can make with them.

1. KitchenAid Stand Mixer

This will always be a favourite among home chefs for it is a timeless piece. These days a KitchenAid Stand Mixer comes in all sorts of colours to fit any kitchen décor. Its functionality provides the user with countless options for many different recipes. It will always be the coolest kitchen product out there.

Source: http://www.kitchenaid.ca/en_CA/countertop-appliances/stand-mixers/

2. T-fal Actifry 

For those who love fried foods a little too much, the T-fal Actifry offers a healthier solution. It uses just one tablespoon of oil to produce crispy, yummy food. Need more convincing, just ask Oprah, who has stated on Twitter just how much she loves it.

Source: http://tfalactifry.com/

3. Philips Noodle Maker 

The Philips Noodle Maker takes all the hard work out of kneading the dough and running it through a manual noodle press. All you have to do is throw in the ingredients and turn it on. It comes with different caps to allow for different sizes and types of pasta to be made. However, this is such a new product that it is currently only available in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan. Surely it will eventually make its way to Canada at some point.

Source: http://www.cnet.com/news/the-philips-noodle-maker-is-a-dream-come-true-for-the-noodlephiles/

4. Briefton’s Spiral Slicer 

For the health conscious folk who still want to enjoy their “noodles,” Briefton’s Spiral Slicer allows you to make pasta-like ribbons of your favourite vegetables. It works by inserting the vegetable into one end and giving it a twist. The sharp blades inside then shred it into thin noodles that are perfect for stir-fry and veggie spaghetti.

Source: http://www.brieftons.com/product/brieftons-spiral-slicer

5. Bella Cucina Donut Maker 

As Canadians, we love our donuts. Unfortunately, they too are expensive in the calorie department. So in order to get our fix, there is the Bella Cucina Donut Maker. There is no deep-frying involved and you get to control the ingredients. It makes seven mini donuts and is easy to use and clean.

Source: http://www.bellahousewares.com/treats/treat-makers-kits/treat-makers/red-mini-donut-maker-13466

6. Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker 

One of the coolest things about these different makers is that they help you cook things faster. That is one of the most appealing things about the Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker. If you’re trying to make it out the door on time in the morning, this gadget helps you make breakfast in as little as five minutes. The different compartments on it allow you to add in your eggs, cheese, meat and bun to assemble it just right. Who wouldn’t want that?

Source: http://www.hamiltonbeach.ca/hb_detail.php?item=25475C

7. Sushezi Sushi Made Easy

Anyone who has ever made sushi at home can attest to how hard it is to make a perfectly round sushi roll. Fortunately, this “sushi bazooka” helps you get it done just right. The tube splits open to allow you to add your ingredients and then compacts it all together when you close it. To get it out, you simply press the plunger and roll it up in your seaweed. Their website even offers up some recipes for different uses.

Source: http://www.sushezi.com/

8. Bear Paw Meat Handler Forks  

This product is perfect for anytime you cook up meat this summer. They slide on like a pair of brass knuckles and allow you to lift large pieces of meat from the grill or oven with ease. You can even use them to shred your meat for things like shredded pork. Plus, you get to pretend you’re Wolverine from the X-Men when you put them on.

Source: http://www.bearpawproducts.com/

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