5 Time-Saving Kitchen Gadgets for Busy Homeowners

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If you’ve only used conventional kitchen equipment up until this moment, prepare to be amazed by these ingenious gadgets that will save you plenty of time when you cook. Once you’ve got your hands on them, you’ll never be able to live without them again.

Automatic food stirrer

squarerooms 3 speeds automatic cordless pot food stirrer

Don’t waste your precious time standing over a pot, idly stirring it to prevent the contents from sticking. Instead, purchase this automatic food stirrer, which comes with three different speed functions to suit a variety of meal types.

Avocado container

squarerooms joie fresh avocado storage container saver

If you frequently eat avocados and would like to take them on the go, this avocado container from Joie Fresh will come in really handy. Designed to keep your avocado safe and sound while prolonging its lifespan, this nifty container will be a new must-have in your kitchen.

Egg boiler

squarerooms rommelsbacher harvey normal egg boiler grey sleek cooking device

Never boil an egg on a stove ever again with this automatic egg boiler from Rommelsbacher. Simply place up to seven eggs into the boiler and watch as they are cooked to perfection. Since it also works automatically, you won’t have to rush to switch it off when the time is up.

Electric cooker with frying pan

squarerooms mini electric cooker with frying pan multifunctional cooking appliance

One-pot meals can now be made with greater ease thanks to this electric cooker that’s particularly suitable for single cooks. Just chuck all of your ingredients into the pot, then either fry up meat and vegetables on low heat or boil some ramen noodles in this all-in-one device.

Salad spinner

squarerooms tokig ikea salad spinner

Have no trouble eating healthy with the help of this clever salad spinner from IKEA, made for washing, spinning and drying salad, vegetables and fruits. When you’re done, just detach the outer basin as it works as a serving bowl too.

A version of this story first appeared on SG Magazine.

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