As smartphones and tablet sales rise, several companies are starting to develop products that work with your favorite electronics to deliver superior control. In 2013, the Smart Kitchen finally arrived and now new products and services are being introduced to the market to make it a reality. Whether it's a smart oven that lets you program a special cooking process or an intelligent dishwasher, now is the time to find out just how a smart kitchen is able to enhance your life.
Smart kitchen gadgets combine tech with traditional appliances and guide you through the cooking process to help make cooking easier. They also free up your schedule so you're not spending unnecessary time watching your meal cook — many of the appliances below pair with apps that let you monitor and adjust temperatures, cooking times, and power switches remotely.
Whether you're a novice who is typically afraid of stepping foot into the kitchen, or a seasoned cook who wants to multitask, the following smart kitchen appliances can help you create the perfect meal.
When it is about chopping veggies, if you are not quick enough, it may take a long time to execute the entire process. So, having a kitchen stocked up with smart mini chopper machines or tools will not only save your time and effort but will reduce the chance of getting wounded by using knives while chopping.
To maintain a healthy lifestyle, keeping few tools for juicing and blending is much needed. From making smoothies, juices to healthy smacks, these tools are pretty helpful. Also, when you are in the mood of baking, you must need smart kitchen gadgets to make the process easier.
When we talk about a juicer, we mean an appliance that either crushes or pulverizes fruits or vegetables to separate the pulp from the juice, leaving you with a liquid that may be frothy with a little pulp.
A blender could be a personal blender or a super cutter and blender that blends whole fruits or vegetables to create a thicker smoothie.
Whether you opt for a blender or a juicer depends on what you'd like to use it for. Blenders are a more versatile appliance – as well as smoothies, you can use them to make everything from milkshakes and frappes to soups, salad dressings and nut milks (or, if it's a high-performance 'super blender', even pestos or nut butters).
Meanwhile, juicers usually just make, well, juices. That's not to say there's not something to get excited about on the juice front.