High Tech Tools for your Kitchen



Are you looking to take your cooking a notch higher without attending a culinary class? Or maybe you would like to make the preparation for meals less time-intensive? Then this article will help you discover some of the high tech kitchen tools to use to improve your cooking experience.

  1. PancakeBot

Have you ever woken up in the morning and first thing that hits your nostrils is a tantalising aroma of melted butter and darkened flour emanating from those round, fluffy, and succulent pancakes? I bet you have. But if you haven’t, don’t worry because PancakeBot will help you draw completely customised pancakes that will make your family want more. This is how it works:

First, insert the design or the picture you fancy, which could be your favourite cartoon character or a logo, then pour the butter into the PancakeBot’s bottle and watch it do the magic. And voila! There you have it – well-designed pancakes that will make you invite your neighbours over for a sumptuous brunch.

2. Connected Coffee Maker

Turning your coffeemaker on is just a button away; the Connected Coffee Maker can be switched on by using your smartphone. All you’re required to do is to tap to the “turn on” icon on your phone or still, use the voice command feature to do so. Additionally, the machine has tons of incredible features from altitude monitoring to temperature regulation.

3. Wi-Fi AeroGarden

You can now grow your favourite herbs and other greens in your kitchen without sunlight using the Wi-Fi Aerogarden. This smart garden equipment supplies to plants the essential LED light required for growth and also sends you gardening tips and reminders.

4. Smart Fridge

The Smart Fridge from Samsung is a must-have item in your kitchen. It’s also known as “Family Hub’ since it is designed to be at the core of your kitchen life. Some of its salient features include voice command system, family calendar, and MP3 player.

5. Instant Pot

Instant Pot is a creation of a Canadian inventor (Robert Wang) who upgraded it from the traditional pressure cooker. Instant Pot lessens cooking time to 70 percent.  Apart from its safety mechanism, the appliance also has user-friendly digital control features and an in-built timer that enables chefs to instantly program the machine as required, and move away while the food is prepared. Besides from pressure cooking, the instant pot also operates as a rice cooker, slow cooker, saute pot, food warmer, and yogurt maker, making it one of the few versatile kitchen devices you can ever have.

6. Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System

Traditionally, you are used to putting crystals of Folgers in a cup of hot water when brewing coffee. However, times have changed and there are a lot of technological advancements in the brewing industry. The Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System has revolutionised the art of brewing.

For example, the equipment applies a thermal flavour extraction technique that enhances beverage experience to the users. In addition, it can make over-ice beverages at low temperatures ensuring a naturally smooth and sweet flavour. And its auto-IQ system helps in eliminating guesswork from brewing through a ray of pre-programmed tea or coffee drink options.

It’s with no doubt that technology has made cooking easy, enjoyable, and time-friendly. There are myriad of kitchen appliances that leverage technology to improve the user experience.

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