Whether you plan on staying in your Australian university residence halls or going directly into a shared home, you will need to bring essential cooking items like plates and a high-quality saucepan set to college.
Shopping for your first semester of college might be overwhelming, but this thorough list might help make your college life more fun and easier.
Kitchen Tools You Need
You will win their affection if you’re the first to pitch in and cook for your new academic family. Show your culinary prowess and save money at the same time; these are the tools you will need:
- The Basics
To begin, the quantity of practical dishes needed is determined by variables like lifestyle and population.
Having two of everything, including plates, silverware, and cups, is an excellent place to start if your kitchenette is on the smaller side. On the other side, having a complete set of four would be fantastic. For the most part, you’ll need:
- Dishes and Plates
- Knives, spoons and forks
If you want a more practical and helpful set of dishes, include a reusable plastic plate and washable ceramic and porcelain dinnerware.
- Essentials for the kitchen
Cookware and other culinary necessities are also part of the crockery. Among them, the essentials are:
- A set of saucepans
- A pot
- A frying pan
- An oven dish
A high-quality set of cooking utensils is an investment that will have benefits for a long time. Saucepans and frying pans are great for meal prep as you can make and store your basic pasta sauces and quickly assemble them during a busy weeknight.
Put a pot of pasta to cook and mix it with your pre-prepped sauce in a high-quality saucepan.
- Other assorted gadgets
In addition to dishes, pots, and pans, a few more kitchen utensils and appliances are essential for daily life. These include the following:
- Vegetable peeler
- Cutting board
It is important to remember that there are a lot of different kinds of little tools. It is open to you to choose what requirements are the most important to you.
An Easy Nutritious One-pot Rice Dish
Don’t miss this delicious spin on a popular dish for rice, which is not only gluten-free and cheap but also healthy, flavorful, and quick to prepare. Make this recipe your own by improvising with whatever you have in your fridge.
All you need is day-old cooked rice/instant rice, oil, leftover vegetables from your fridge, aromatics like ginger and garlic, tomato paste/ketchup and spices like salt, pepper and cumin.
- To begin, chop all your vegetables into bite-sized pieces. Prepare your ginger and garlic by chopping them as well.
- Put your frying pan on the stove. Add oil and your aromatics, along with some cumin powder. Roast for 1-2 minutes, and add your tomato paste.
- After this, dump all your vegetables with a quarter cup of water and let it all cook for 4-5 minutes. Now add your rice, season with salt and pepper and cook it for another 1-2 minutes.
- Your one-pot easy and nutritious rice is now ready to eat. Squirt some lemon juice(optional) and dig in.
Having basic kitchen items like a saucepan and some plates and spoons will help you save a lot of money in the long term. Plus you benefit from eating fresh, healthy and delicious food.