Kitchen Equipment for French Cuisine
The right cooking tools can make all the difference when it comes to preparing French cuisine, or any food for that matter. Even with a small budget, you should try to build up a base of high quality utensils. It will make your time spent in the kitchen so much more enjoyable.
"Good equipment which will last for years does not seem outrageously expensive when you realize that a big, enamled-iron casserole costs no more that a 6-rib roast . . ."
- Julia Child, Mastering the Art of French Cooking
The French KitchenMost require no special equipment beyond what you will find in most modern kitchens these days. Here is a list of a few specialized cooking tools that you are likely to find in a French kitchen, but none are really essential.
List of Kitchen Utensils
Don't know where to begin? Check out this complete list of kitchen utensils and French cookware to find out what typically might equip a kitchen in France.Electric Teakettle
This is one item you will find in almost all French kitchens. You may be surprised to find out how quickly and conveniently an electric teakettle boils water. Indispensable!French Fry Cutter - Potato Slicer
Save time preparing French fries and other potato recipes by choosing the right cooking tools for the job. Choose between plastic, solid metal, or mandoline slicers.French Press Coffee Pot
This is a great way to get a European style coffee without a lot of fuss or expense. You can find smaller pots that are designed for travelers. Je l'aime!Garlic Roaster and Other Garlic Tools
Although we don't use a lot of garlic in French recipes, we do use some. Having the right tools for working with garlic makes it much more fun and less of a chore.Stainless Steel Food Mill Makes perfect mashed potatoes every time! This multi functional kitchen utensil can be used to make sauces, soups, and so much more. You may not realize you even need one until you get your hands on it.
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