Home » Tips » Kitchen Odors – Tuesday Tip

Translate this page into your language:
| All Recipes.. |

Kitchen Odors can be very strong, especially so with ethnic foods. Even for people who are used to cooking at home, they can be very embarrassing at times. Even so, we love our ethnic food and can’t be satisfied by any other kind. In order for us to cook and eat what we like, here are some ways from Show Me The Curry to help mask and remove some of the odors (or aromas, if you like)!

Method:

Tip # 1:
Take the skin of an orange and lay it flat in am oven tray.
Stick it in a pre-heated (at 350 degrees F or approx 180 degrees C) oven.
Leave a little crack open in the door and allow the citrus aroma to take over the kitchen ordors.

Tip # 2:
In a pan, add in a few cloves and equal parts water and White Vinegar.
Allow it to come to a boil and then reduce to a simmer and let it go for a while.
Keep an eye on it to make sure it does not all evaporate and burn the pan.

Tip # 3
In a pan, add in a sliced apple, 1″ piece of cinnamon stick and equal parts of water and white vinegar.
Allow it to come to a boil and then reduce to a simmer and let it go for a while.
Keep an eye on it to make sure it does not all evaporate and burn the pan.

| All Recipes.. |

Pin It

Stay informed
Print

Similar Recipes:

  1. Chai (Tea)

    There are different ways to make chai (or tea) ranging from plain (milk, water, sugar and tea leaves) to masala (the plain with a kick!)...

  2. Cleaning the Microwave – Tuesday Tip

    Cleaning your microwave is very important but you don’t want to clean it with a spray that has chemicals. After all, you will be heating...

  3. Egg Fun Facts – Tip Tuesday

    So some of the pressing questions are now taken care of! In this Tip Tuesday session we have explained a few but very important tips...

  4. Creative Uses of an Egg Slicer – Tuesday Tip

    Here are some different ways to make use of the egg slicer. Few of the things on our list are: Strawberries Olives Mushrooms Paneer Grapes...

Useful Tips

Tip - Tamarind Paste / Pulp recipe Meat Cutting Tip recipe Tip Tuesday - Measuring Sticky Ingredients recipe Garlicky Hands - Tuesday Tip recipe
Peeling Garlic and Pearl Onions - Tuesday Tip recipe Removing Ink Stains - Tip recipe Prevent Fruit Discoloration - Tip recipe Coarse vs Fine Sooji Tip recipe
How to Peel Almonds Tip recipe Curry Leaf Plant (Kadi Patta) Fertilizer recipe Tips - Onion Tips recipe Vitamin C - Keep Greens Green! recipe
Reuse Glass Jars - Go Green! recipe Over Salted Soup Tips recipe Homemade Bread Crumbs (Breadcrumbs) recipe Tip - Roasting Suji (Sooji) recipe
Boiling Milk - Tip recipe Asparagus Tips - Kitchen Questions recipe Storing Lettuce - Household Tip recipe Remove Microwave Odor - Household Tips recipe
Egg Substitute - Kitchen Tips recipe Raw Onions - Take the Bite Out! recipe Storing Chilies recipe Pineapples (How to Pick and Cut)! recipe
Reheating Rice or Idli recipe Lunch Ideas for School and more! recipe Homemade Mocha recipe Freshening Pillows - Tuesday Tip recipe
Kitchen Odors - Tuesday Tip recipe Cleaning the Microwave - Tuesday Tip recipe Sticky Dosa Tawa recipe Creative Uses of an Egg Slicer - Tuesday Tip recipe
Reinforcing Buttons recipe Baking Soda Vs Baking Powder (Tuesday Tip) recipe Stretching the Shelf-life of a Strawberry Tip recipe Quick Soak Beans Tip recipe
Avocado Tips recipe Egg Fun Facts - Tip Tuesday recipe Removing Burnt Food - Tip recipe Clothes Dryer Tip recipe
Ripening Fruit Quickly recipe Preserving Curry Leaves recipe Storing Cilantro (Coriander) recipe Stainless Steel Cleaner recipe