Cooking in Small Kitchen Spaces
Cooking can be a challenge when you live in a dorm or apartment with a tiny kitchen. It’s hard to store bulky appliances and they can take up a lot of counter space. But there’s no need to consign your fate to fast food and take out. If you’re a new cook or love cooking, but you’re stuck cooking in a small space we have some ideas to make it easy and fun to prep your meals.
The products mentioned in this guide are also great to use if you are making meals for one to two people, want more portion control, and if you are cooking for kids.
Dash produces a line of small scale kitchen appliances aimed to help make quick healthy meals and snacks.
Dash Express Multi- Pot- The multi-pot quickly boils water for making instant noodles, oatmeal, rice or steeping tea and reheats soup.
Dash Mini Rice Cooker– The rice cooker makes up to 2 cups of rice and has an auto shut-off to prevent burning and overcooking. It’s not just for rice, you can cook a variety of grains such as oatmeal and quinoa.
Dash Griddleand Grill– Make single size serving of burgers, breakfast egg sandwiches and other healthy snacks. The small size of the griddle and grill is easy to store and use and it works just as well as a full-size model.
Cuisipro Piccolo Series
These mini kitchen tools are ideal for small spaces. They take up less drawer space but are as efficient as their full-size counterparts.
The mini whiskis an ideal tool for small bowls or for mixing up single serving batters, minimizing mess.
The mini tongsare great for getting pickles and artichokes out of jars and are best when cooking with a small skillet
If you need a silicone turnerthat maneuvers easily in a small skillet and won’t scratch it, the Cuisipro Piccolo Turner will be your go-to tool. The turner is the perfect size for eggs and small pancakes.
We hope this guide has inspired you to get creative in the kitchen and to start cooking in small spaces!
- Jackie Miller