RV Kitchen Favorite Items for Everyone to Enjoy
What do you have in your RV Kitchen? Here are a few of our favorites at Chism Trails. Each item as much as possible should have multiple uses.
Not only does this 5 cup bowl fold flat for storage, but it also has a container/lid in the middle. The small middle bowl can be used for dressing, bacon bits, cheese or other salad fixings. Any container with a lid is a great item for the picnic table.
Collapse 4-Piece Rectangle or Round Set
A beautiful set of bowls (round or oblong) for serving as well as storage. These are oven, microwave, and freezer safe. These food storage containers can go straight from the freezer into the oven at up to 500 degrees. Great for leftovers!
These different sized covers are great for covering prepared food for the picnic table. It keeps the food warm as well as the bugs away.
When it is raining outside, this appliance is worth its weight in gold. Besides soups in 30 minutes, hamburgers are easily ready in 15. Desserts such as cheesecake can also be prepared in the Instant Pot.
Along with the cookbook that comes with the Instant Pot, this book is a good source for meal preparation in the Instant Pot.
Instant Pot Tempered Glass Lid
This is an accessory for the Instant Pot, but worth the extra cost. After the meal is finished, it helps to keep the food hot and is attractive enough for the table.
If there is room in the RV for this extra Inner Pot, it is a handy addition. While a roast is cooking, potatoes can be prepared for mashing. After the roast is finished, pull the Inner Pot with the roast/gravy out, cover with the lid and insert the potatoes into cook-15 minutes on steam. Add milk and butter/mash. Delicious!
Eventually, the IP seals in the lid wear out. Keep an extra in the camper.
These Mini Mitts are great for lifting the inner pot out as well as keeping it from turning while you are stirring the food.
Magma Stainless Steel Cookware Set
Except for a non-stick fry pan for eggs, this Magma cookware will be your “everything” as far as pots and pans in the RV kitchen. And they are not just for the stovetop, but the oven as well. The handles slip on holders on the side of the pots. They stack neatly into the big pan for storage! A colander is also available.
Occasionally, a second sink is needed (maybe for cleaning vegetables), or for hand washing clothes. This dish tub works great for either job.
This dish drainer is great for silverware, pots, and pans as well as other items used in food preparation. It sits over the sink and folds flat for storage.