Monsoon presents a number of challenges when it keeps to cooking and kitchen. Over here we discuss 7 tips to help you stay away from the common problems –
1) Prevent coconut oil from clotting
Coconut oil often clots during winter and monsoon. Avoid this by adding a few drops of mustard oil to the container where you store the coconut oil.
2) Maintain hygiene
Clean the kitchen appliances that you frequently use such as refrigerator and oven once a week during monsoon. Most importantly, get rid of the expired food items from the kitchen.
3) Clean regularly
Clean your kitchen’s floor and cabinets every day to prevent moisture from accumulating which can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Also, make sure you use disinfectants while you’re at it.
4) Ensure sufficient ventilation
One good way to get rid of monsoon moisture which can make everything sticky and unhygienic is to ensure proper ventilation in your kitchen. During daytime, open the windows and allow fresh air.
If opening the windows is not feasible for you, then you can use a kitchen chimney to prevent kitchen surfaces such as countertops and upper cabinets from getting moist. Our kitchen chimneys have high suction power can keep your cooking space free from cooking fumes and moisture. Explore our chimneys at give the relevant link
5) Secure electrical connection
Humidity during monsoons can have a damaging effect on your kitchen’s electrical connection which, in turn, can damage your kitchen appliances. Check and make sure that the electrical connections are secure and properly installed.
6) Store spices the right way
Spices are prone to fungal growth during the monsoons. Roast the spices for a couple of seconds prior to storing them in airtight containers. Never use a wet spoon to take out the spices from the containers.
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