10 Kitchen Hacks That’ll Make You Smile

10 Kitchen Hacks That’ll Make You Smile

Kitchen design can influence cooking experience. An uncluttered, clean, and functional kitchen can help transform your cooking experience. At Kutchina, we are committed to making your cooking experience an enjoyable one. We have designed our modular kitchens in a way that suits the Indian cooking style. With innovative manufacturing perfected by German technology and Italian design innovations our modular kitchens are a complete package of style, functionality, and longer lifespan.

Over here we discuss 10 hacks (from cleaning hard stains, peeling garlic the easy way to keeping the kitchen organised) that will help you in kitchen.

1) Clean dishes with ease
Cake batter, chocolate, gravies, syrups, honey, and dough can stick to the side of dishes. And cleaning them can be a difficult task. Avoid ingredients from sticking by greasing the dish with a bit of cooking spray or vegetable oil once the cooking is done.

2) Peel garlic quickly
Peeling garlic the conventional way is time-consuming. Here’s one smart approach to quickly peel off garlic: cut the top and bottom part of the garlic, press it in a circular motion using a plate, and put inside a container and shake well. You’ll be surprised to see how quickly the outer layer of the garlic peels off.

3) Avoid stains when deseeding pomegranate
Stains that form on hands and clothes when deseeding pomegranates can be hard to remove. Avoid them by peeling the fruit in a bowl of water. Cut the top and bottom part and make several vertical slices along the ridges of the pomegranate before immersing it in the water.

4) Don’t chop garlic and ginger
Avoid chopping garlic and ginger the conventional, time-consuming way. Instead, grate them using a grater. Plus, grated garlic and ginger add more taste to recipes.

5) Soften butter fast
Use a cheese grater to shred cold butter into pieces that will soften quickly.

6) Cut soft food items the easy way
Cutting soft food items such as cakes and cheese can be challenging. Use an unflavoured dental floss to cut all soft food items.

7) Washing blackberries
Wash blackberries until you are ready to use them. Washing them and then not using them immediately can cause mold growth.

8) Cover Microwave dishes
Covering microwave dishes helps you cook food faster.

9) Cleaning a blender
Add a few drops of dishwashing soap in the blender. Fill half with hot water and then run it.

10) Store unused equipments
Clear the counter space by storing utensils and equipment that you don’t use regularly. Install a modular kitchen to get an organised look for your kitchen.

Improve your kitchen’s functionality with modular design
Modular kitchen designs not only improve the aesthetic appeal of your kitchen, but also add more functionality. Explore some of the best modular kitchen designs in India at Kutchinakitchen.com.

As one of the best modular kitchen brands in India, we are committed to transforming the kitchen experience for Indian consumers.

7 Popular Types of Modular Kitchen Designs in India

7 Popular Types of Modular Kitchen Designs in India

Kitchen designs come in all shapes and sizes. Want to know more about some of the most popular kitchen designs among homeowners in India? If yes,read on!

1. Parallel layout
Parallel layout is a space-saving solution for small kitchens. If you have a narrow space in your kitchen, then installing a parallel module would be the best option. Apart from saving space in your small kitchen, you can also make your kitchen space look neatly organised.

2. Island-shape layout
Island-shape modular kitchen layout is similar toparallel layout. The only difference is that unlike parallel layout ,island-shape layout can be used in open kitchen spaces as well. You can also consider island layout as an altered variant of corner layout.

3. U-shaped layout
U-shaped modular design is for those who prefer having large countertop spaces while working in the kitchen. With U-shaped modular designs you also benefit from additional storage space (cabinets) underneath the countertops.

4. G-shaped layout
G-shaped modular kitchen layout can be considered as an altered version of U-shaped layout. It comes as a practical solution when it comes to improving the functionality of the kitchen space. With a G-shaped countertop, more than one person can work around freely.

5. Open shelves
Kitchen layout with open shelves is one of the most common designs in Indian homes. Open shelves add an ethnic look and an authentic vibe to the kitchen space. Also, open shelves make it easy to access different items without having to thoroughly search for them (as in the case of closed shelves).

6. Straight-shape
Straight-shape modular kitchen designs are feasible for big families. A straight-shaped modular design includes a straight counter with corresponding shelves on the top section.

7. Corner layout
Corner layout or L-shaped modular kitchen layout is one of the most popular kitchen designs in the country. Corner layout works well in kitchens with limited space. As the name suggests, a corner layout includes an L-shaped countertop which gives more you working space to cook. Installing L-shaped modular design helps in saving space in small kitchens.

Choose from popular modular kitchen designs from Kutchina
We at Kutchina, bring to you a wide range of modular kitchen designs. Our modular kitchen models are functional, ergonomic, and stylistic. With our modular kitchen models, you can turn your otherwise boring kitchen space into an interesting one. Check out the latest modular kitchen designs at the best modular kitchen brand in India.