Making home-cooked “fast food”

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Fast food is known to be a big no-no everywhere simply because it’s meant to be unhealthy. But what if we make the same things at home and have? They get a lot healthier, they save money and you can also change the taste a little bit according to your likes and dislikes. America has been called a “fast food nation” for the reason that every day, one out of four Americans eats fast food. But we all know eating just one fast food meal can pack enough calories, sodium and fat for an entire day, but the quick-and-cheap temptation can be hard to resist! So the answer to this is- making fast foods at home!!

Here are some tips and efficient kitchen accessories that may be greatly useful for your purpose. Try them:

  • I know a huge number of people who cannot substitute French fries with anything! So if you want to have your fries, the commercial French fry cutter will cut great fries of your choice of size for you and you can also make it much healthier and tastier at home.
  • Why fried chicken? All of you out there, who are very health conscious, go in for the grill chicken instead. You griller will do all the work. Just marinade and put it on and you will have delicious chicken in minutes.
  • Want to make sandwiches? Try baking your own bread- wheat bread! This sounds as interesting as it is. You can even make them healthier by not loading them up with creamy dressings and just a lot of veggies instead.
  • One machine that will fry everything from your fries to chicken to fish and onion rings is the deep fryer cooker. If you want real quick sides to go along with drinks or other eatables, this machine is a must have!
  • Not at all the least is the coffee grinder. Start your day with a great cup of coffee that’s fresh brewed. Waking up in the morning and grinding up a fresh batch of coffee beans and throwing it into the coffee maker and then anticipating that first sip of fresh hot coffee! Now isn’t that a good life?!

Guest Blogger: Hina

One Response to “Making home-cooked “fast food””

  1. Pillar Says:

    Thanks. Good post.

    Turk Rehber.

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