5 Must-Have Condo Cooking Essentials 

Limited space can be a real struggle, so it is best to stick to the essentials.

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When it comes to cooking in a condo, choosing your kitchen tools and appliances wisely is important. Limited space can be a real struggle, so it is best to stick to the essentials. We kept this one simple: these kitchen appliances are great for a beginner cook to start a daily habit of preparing meals.

 

1  A simple stove

Or even better, an induction stove! These stoves are not only safer, but heat up in seconds. You’ll have dinner ready in no time.

 

2  Air vent

Unless you want to smell like garlic and onions every time you cook, invest in an air vent that will suck up all the smoke in often closed-off condo spaces with poor air circulation.

 

3  Blender

Blenders can puree anything from pasta sauces, to soups, to rushed-morning fruit smoothies. It is perfect for small-space food prep.

 

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4  Toaster oven

This kitchen appliance is one of the most functional out there: you can reheat leftovers, toast bread, defrost frozen meats, roast small servings of meat or fish, and bake cookies.

 

 

5  Electric kettle

Have hot water ready for cooking can save a lot time—especially when preparing pasta, stews, and blanched veggies. Plus, that cup of coffee will always be ready to greet you a good morning!

 

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