Kuhn Rikon Kitchen Accessories

Kuhn Rikon is a leading Swiss manufacturer that specialises in making cheap affordable accessories for the kitchen. Lets jump straight in with some of the top quality stuff you can be offered…

Kuhn Rikon Knife Sharpener

Kuhn Rikon Knife Sharpener In Action
Kuhn Rikon Knife sharpener making mincemeat of being sharpened

This is a safe buy from the guys at Kuhn Rikon. They make cheap, portable knife sharpeners so well that a beginner can use them after reading the instructions, no need for a fancy diploma, it’s almost like plug and play here.

It even collapses in on itself for a more compact storage accessory. You’d be hard pressed to find a sharpener that will compliment so many different types of knives at this kind of money.

It does come in different colours too, mentioning specially red, grey and black. Just in case you’re a bit picky about colour coding and all that.

5 star rating

Customer reviews include: ” Put the the back my Kuhn Rikon, I’e had many sharpeners in the past but this is really good”

Its safe to say Mark will be continuing to use his Kuhn Rikon Knife Sharpener until the stone runs out.

Kuhn Rikon Knife Sharpener
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Kuhn Rikon Food Processor

4 point 5 star rating
kuhn rikon food processor

Who wants to mash up food through a transparent basket? I know i would like too. Imagine if it was in one of these poor quality ones where you can barely see through it, you’d have to take the lid off a few times to check it was cool to distributor.

Not with this little bad boy here though my lucky little friends. Now you can turn your rabbit food into works of art with as little effort as you like.

You can rest assured when you’re making a meal out of, you really are making a meal out of it. Don’t listen to the age old saying, you’re great and you deserve a treat.

You can have this safely tucked away in the dishwasher after use and if you havent finished will sit nicely in most fridges until its ready to be eatean at again. I’m thinking midnight snacks here, anybody else? No? Maybe I’ll save it for lunch then.

The Kuhn Rikon Food Processor is still a fairly good buy, comparing them to the electrical ones which quite frankly scare small children and any animals within a 15 meter radius. It’s cost effective, plus you use the energy you’re about to eat to make it. Very environmentally friendly if you want to think about it like that.

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Bit of elbow grease and you’ve got prepped food in no time.
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Kuhn Rikon Vegetable Peeler

4 point 5 star rating
kuhn rikon vegetable peeler

We’ve all seen clips or images of army or navy cooks sat at a massive pot peeling potatoes with a paring knife, you could imagine that the sheer time it would take would be a day out of someones life. If only they had a vegetable peeler handy?

These things are so easy to use that even my 6 year old genuinely enjoys using it whenever we make dinner with peel-able veggies.

Verified Purchaser on Amazon says that he’s going to be buying 2 more for his daughters going off to university. Such a thoughtful present for them. He does also go on to mention that these things are very sharp and to be careful which way you hold them.

Don’t want to be taking a layer of palm skin off now do we? Although i can imagine there’s a market for that on eBay somewhere…

customer review kuhn rikon peeler

Even the cybernetic-living tissue over a metallic endo-skeleton T-1000 has one!

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Kuhn Rikon Frying Pan Spatula

4 point 5 star rating

Its a frying pan spatula. I can’t big this one up much more than showing off a visual representation of what it looks like:

kuhn rikon frying spatula
Boom, Kuhn Rikon Kitchen Accessory

It does have a 4.5 star rating on Amazon so you know, it probably does what it says on the tin.

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Kuhn Rikon FAQ

How Do You Clean A Kuhn Rikon Pressure Cooker?

As soon as you’ve finished cooking, take out the gasket and wash it with the lid by hand first inside and out. Give some extra elbow grease to the edge on the inside of the lid.

The gasket should be cleaned, dried and returned to the lid and everything can be stored safely back to where it is kept. Job done.

Random knife picture from unsplash

Is Kuhn Rikon Made In China?

Alot of the Kuhn Rikon products are designed in Switzerland but to keep manufacturing costs down, are produced and manufactured in China.

This is a business model followed by many many people as it can ensure some really great returns and in that sense they can continue to keep bringing their customers some really well designed products at a low cost.

Is Kuhn Rikon A Good Brand?

Kuhn Rikon products are characterised by outstanding Swiss design. This has been recognised in recent years as some of the innovative and superbly functional products have won many design awards, such as RedDot and IF awards, as well as the French ‘Grand Prix Table et Cadeau’.

How Do You Remove Stains From A Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker?

Fill the pressure cooker with water and add 1 cup of white vinegar. Let it sit overnight. Next morning, wash and dry it as usual and you may see a noticeable difference. Repeat this again in few days to get rid of any remnants

Are Kuhn Rikon Knives Dishwasher Safe?

The Kuhn Rikon Colori + Paring Knife has a 9.5cm stainless steel blade with non-stick coating and a plastic handle. It has a half tang and a heel guard for safety whilst chopping and is available in seven colours. This knife is dishwasher safe, however hand-washing is recommended and comes with a sheath for storage

Is It Safe To Pressure Cook Vinegar?

A: You could use a standard pressure cooker, which should let you reach 240° F or even slightly hotter. You won’t be able to open the pressure cooker safely at that temperature, however, so the hot peppers (I’m guessing about the recipe) will have to be already in the vinegar

Where Are Rikon Products Made?

RIKON’s ISO9001 certified factory in located in Qingdao, China. In addition to being officially IS09001 certified, they utilize the systems of 6-Sigma and 5S Management. This assures consistent, top quality products, allowing us to stand behind our products with a 5-year warranty.

Can A Plastic Handle Go In The Oven?

In general, you should not put pans with plastic handles in the oven unless they’re labeled heat stable. Silicone pan handles are usually safe for temperatures up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. However, most are designed to be removable, so you can take them off when you put your pan in the oven

Can Kuhn Rikon Knives Go In The Dishwasher?

The Kuhn Rikon Colori + Paring Knife has a 9.5cm stainless steel blade with non-stick coating and a plastic handle. It has a half tang and a heel guard for safety whilst chopping and is available in seven colours. This knife is dishwasher safe, however hand-washing is recommended and comes with a sheath for storage

Are All Kuhn Rikon Products Made In Switzerland?

The products are distributed, from Switzerland, throughout the world to more than 40 countries. One of Kuhn Rikon’s key brands, Duromatic, is synonymous with pressure cookers.

Are Kuhn Rikon Pans Reviews?

As well as looking fantastic, the Kuhn Rikon Easy Induction range was a great performer in all our frying, boiling, and cooking tests. They scored almost full marks for perfect caramel, which cooked evenly and was easy to clean out afterwards. Unfortunately, once poured, quite a bit stuck to the bottom and sides

Who Makes Kuhn Rikon?

Swiss Made Still owned and run by the Kuhn family and based in Rikon, Switzerland we have been producing top quality products since 1926. Kuhn Rikon products are carefully designed and created using Swiss innovation and expertise. Our cookware, knives, gadgets and utensils are sold in over 50 countrie

Is Kuhn Rikon Made In Switzerland?

Swiss Made Still owned and run by the Kuhn family and based in Rikon, Switzerland we have been producing top quality products since 1926. Kuhn Rikon products are carefully designed and created using Swiss innovation an

Is Kuhn Rikon A Good Brand?

Kuhn Rikon products are characterised by outstanding Swiss design. This has been recognised in recent years as some of the innovative and superbly functional products have won many design awards, such as RedDot and IF awards, as well as the French ‘Grand Prix Table et Cadeau’.

Can You Put Kuhn Rikon In Oven?

The 8mm thick base provides a stable pan that will heat up efficiently on any type of hob. Oven safe to 220°C. The three layer non-stick is durable, highly effective, easy to clean by hand and dishwasher suitable. The pans have stay cool, comfortable, ergonomic handles

Can I Put A Kuhn Rikon In The Oven?

All the pans can be used on any type of hob and are oven safe up to 240°C. The pans are easily cleaned by hand or in the dishwasher. Reassuring quality with Swiss expertise and our UK Limited Lifetime Guarantee*

What Is The Easiest Way To Clean A Pressure Cooker?

– Fill with warm water and washing up liquid, leave to soak for up to two hours. … – Wash with hot water, a cloth and washing up liquid. … – Rinse and then dry with

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What Is A Heavy-Based Pan?

A pan that has a solid base layer made from a metal such as aluminium or copper which has good heat conductivity. Heavy-based saucepans are ideal for frying and searing meat, fish and vegetables.

How Do You Remove Burnt Food From A Pressure Cooker?

Boil water in your pressure cooker for 10-15 minutes on low heat to loosen food particles. Once the pressure cooker cools down, pour 2 drops of a dishwashing liquid in it and thoroughly scrub till the stains fade. Then wash the pressure cooker like you normally would

Is Vinegar Safe In A Pressure Cooker?

You could use a standard pressure cooker, which should let you reach 240° F or even slightly hotter. You won’t be able to open the pressure cooker safely at that temperature, however, so the hot peppers (I’m guessing about the recipe) will have to be already in the vinegar. Mike W

Where Are Kuhn Rikon Pans Made?

Rikon, Switzerland

Why Use A Heavy Bottom Pan?

Heavy-bottomed pots and pans are thicker at the base, meaning they tend to absorb and distribute heat from a stovetop burner more evenly than a thin pot or pan. Thin pots and pans are more prone to “hot spots” — areas that heat more quickly than others; hot spots, if not watched carefully, can cause your food to burn

How Do You Clean A Badly Burnt Pressure Cooker?

– Step 1: Add water, baking soda, and soap to the pot. – Step 2: Pressure cook for 3 minutes; let the pressure naturally release. – Step 3: Give it a quick rinse (possibly a light scrub) – you’re done!

Are Heavier Pans Better?

A thicker pan has more distance between the cooking surface and the heat source. By the time the heat flows to the cooking surface, it will have spread out evenly, because heat diffuses as it flows. You ge

Are Kuhn Rikon Products Good?

Kuhn Rikon products are characterised by outstanding Swiss design. This has been recognised in recent years as some of the innovative and superbly functional products have won many design awards, such as RedDot and IF awards, as well as the French ‘Grand Prix Table et Cadeau’.

Where Is Kuhn Rikon Manufactured?

Switzerland

Are Heavy Bottom Pans Better?

Yes. In fact, a lot of cooks, like myself, prefer to use heavy-bottomed saucepans for most cooking tasks. Distributing heat evenly isn’t always as essential as one may think. Still, the robust qualities of a heavy-bottomed saucepan make them feel great to use for most cooking tasks

How Heavy Should A Pan Be?

How Do You Clean A Burnt Pressure Cooker?

  1. Step 1: Add water, baking soda, and soap to the pot.
  2. Step 2: Pressure cook for 3 minutes; let the pressure naturally release.
  3. Step 3: Give it a quick rinse (possibly a light scrub) – you’re done!

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1 thought on “Kuhn Rikon Kitchen Accessories

  1. I am really enthusiastic about cooking and these supplies are really interesting cant wait to try.Thanks for sharing..

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