Cooking faster: 11 tricks that will save you time in the kitchen Tired of standing in the kitchen forever after work? We’ll show you how to cook faster to get more of your day off


Tired of standing in the kitchen forever after work? We’ll show you how to cook faster to get more of your day off.

After a hard day’s work, the temptation to simply order a pizza or other fast food against hunger is great. Nobody likes to swing the wooden spoon for a long time with coal steam, although freshly cooked food is of course much better for your health and your wallet.

To make things easier for you, we have selected 11 tips that will help you cook faster without compromising on taste. Here we go!

1. Cook faster without peeling

Cooking faster could sometimes not be easier: many types of vegetables can even be eaten with their skins on. This includes:

  • Carrots
  • Cucumbers
  • zucchini
  • Eggplants
  • young potatoes
  • Mushrooms

Instead of peeling the vegetables extra, wash them thoroughly and then dry them briefly. By the way: To save time when cooking, you can even press garlic with a peel!


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