Does your family entertainment center or restaurant have a small kitchen? That’s not a problem! Of course in an ideal world, every kitchen would have all the room it needed. Working in a tighter space does make things more challenging, however it is not impossible! It’s all about being more strategic with your space.
Here are 4 tips to being more strategic with your small kitchen space:
Create a layout that works for your space
You may need to get away from the different main styles of layouts to find something that works best for your space. When it comes to creating a layout, keep in mind how many people you’ll have working at a time, menu items, appliances, and stations.
Choose menu items wisely
Being strategic with your menu may be the hardest piece of this, but it’s the one you’ll be the most grateful for. You’ll want to choose ingredients that can be used in multiple dishes. This will also help cut down on costs since you can’t buy things in larger bulk amounts and waste from food going bad.
Maximize the storage space
When it comes to storage space in small spaces, you’ll want to think vertically when it comes to shelving. Investing in stackable bins, bowls, and other items can help you save the little bit of space you have.
Optimize the kitchen equipment
When choosing kitchen equipment, you’ll want to choose equipment pieces that can cook a good portion of your menu items. It’s important to choose what you’ll use wisely. Choosing something like the Quik n’ Crispy greaseless air fryer is a great idea, because it can cook a variety of menu items.
Even small kitchens can produce delicious, healthy food with a QNC fryer. Learn more about the specifications of Quik n’ Crispy greaseless air fryers here.