10 Brilliant Substitutions for Specialized Kitchen Tools

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My kitchen isn’t nearly as well-stocked as I’d prefer, and I often come across recipes that call for odd tools and appliances I don’t have. Let’s just say I’ve resorted to some unconventional methods to get the job done without them.But that’s the thing—there are few things you absolutely have to have in order to cook most meals. For every single-use kitchen utensil, there are usually several ways to get by without it, and here are just 10 examples of how you could improvise when you don’t have the right tool for the job.

1. Cupcake Pan

If you don’t have a cupcake pan, you can use mason jar lids to stabilize your paper liners on a regular baking sheet. Don’t have any mason jar rings? Use foil liners or double up the paper ones and they’ll stand up on their own.

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