I chopp things up first
I have all ingredients prepared and at arms reach before I start.
I buy prewashed and cut vegetables for stir fry dishes.
Cut everything in advance so you can just grab ingredients from the refrigerator.
I do as much advance meal prep for the week (e.g., chopping vegetables, shaping and baking meatballs without sauce, etc.) as I can on weekends. That way weeknight meals cometogether much faster and easier!
Make sure to clean and chop all veggies after buying so they are ready for whenever you need them, and wash dishes as you go so there isn’t one big pile of dirty dishes when your done
I wash dishes as we dirty them.
The most time saving device is reading recipes to their fullest before starting. That way you have time to start and sometimes finish certain instructions, while others are in the works.
I save time by cutting veggies the night before I need them. I also, make sure all ingredients are on hand.
I will wash all my produce when I bring back from the market. Then whenever I am ready to use, I just cu, peel, etc…
i wash and chop first
I do like the egg-dicing thing we have!
I make sure everything is prepped and measured out, this is great if I don’t have much time to get dinner ready when I get home.
When I cook, I try and clean as I go. I don’t have a huge mess when I’m done!
MY tip is to pre prep all of your food and to clean as you go.
I like to chop all the foods that need to be chopped the night before and then put in refrigerator, so it’s really to go the next day for my recipe.
I usually prep veggies and other foods ahead of time.
my favorite time saving tip in the kitchen? Go out to eat in a restaurant!
I LOVE my spiarlizer
Make sure you have all the ingredients before you start a dish!
I cook up meals for the week and freeze them so I only have to heat them up when it’s dinner time.
I always pre cut , dice or chop my fruits or veggies and have them stored in the refrigerator when ready to use.
My only time saving tip is to do as much prep ahead of time so that it takes less time to cook for the hungry kids.
Best time-saving tip EVER…wish I could do this every time…..paper plates!!
Love the chop wizard!
My timesaving tip is get your mise en place set up first and clean up as you go through it.
Clean as you go and food prep
chop the night before and be ready to use when you need to.
Get someone else to help!
To save time in the kitchen, I like to prep vegetables the day before I have to do a big cook.
After making dinner or any meal I put hot water in the hot pot or pan and after dinner it’s not so hard to clean up and I pick up our dishes and give a prerinse before the dishwasher takes over!!!
I like to do the shopping in the morning before im going to make dinner that evening with my veggies.
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I like to prepare foods early if possible
I pre-measure everything before I start.
Do lots of prep work, it helps.
I do prep ahead and put the ingredients in the freezer!
I try to make two meals at once time with the ingredients that I am using at the time.
clean up as you go
Get things ready before you start cooking (spices, knives, cutting boards, etc.)
If you are cooking/baking for a large group or to freeze and save, set up an assembly line process. If it worked for Henry Ford, it can work for you!
Make enough to store in the freezer or fridge if possible. Buy precut veggies.
Chop up stuff ahead of time then put it in containers then roast it or stir-fry it or whatever you want.
I always do my dishes as I use them, so I don’t have a huge pile later.
When I am rushed for time grilled cheese is always a great quick dinner
Clean as you go, it makes a huge difference!
Have your ingredients set out before you start.
Using a pressure cooker is a time saver for me.
Make sure the kids are not there.
I prep ahead as much as possible and wash dishes as I go.
Preprep fruit and vegetables ahead of time.
make meals ahead of time and freeze extra portions
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