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What is your Favourite kitchen gadget?

mine has to be my electric frying pan.

bought it second hand for a fiver down Paddy's market in Glasgow years ago. never lets me down. use it for curries, spag balls. stews, and tons of others stuff can turn it to a very slow simmer or up high for sealing meats. the only thing I don't use it for is frying breakfasts.
 

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mine has to be my potato chipper ...

nice size chips done in about 10 seconds :proud:
 

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I use a steamer alot it keeps the flavour of the veggies.Closely followed by the juicer
 

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gotta be the phone....great for takeaways!
 

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A good sharp set of knifes.

Also a wok is the most versatile cooking pan.
 

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my v food processor, and me nicer dicer! , dont get me wrong dont use them every day. will chop with knife, but if i`m makin a big salad or a coleslaw you canny beat it.


oh and my anysharp knife sharpener!
 

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think my cooker. got it delivered brand new xmas eve last year ( that was a panic i can tell ya, had a defrosted turkey waiting to do ). never had a brand new cooking stove before. so i love it. also a good set of steel sharp knives and chopping boards oh and me of course. always seem to be in there . 3 hungry men to feed so small wonder really xx
 

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Onetouch Electric tin opener, even the kids can use it, closely followed by the Dishwasher (kids are keen on that one, at least emptying it anyway).
 

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My Sharpening steel and santoku Knife, wouldn't be without them.
 

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its got to be the ikea apple slicer

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nice looking chunks of apple:Clap:,for me it was my jml halogen oven as cooking in a micro was not the best lol.
 
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