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Top 3 Non-Stick Cookware In India

Posted by on 12 Mar 2020 under Festival Specials, Kitchen Essentials, Men Can Cook

Quench your flair for cooking and your love of good food with the ultimate non-stick cookware. Whether it is loathing over instant noodles or it is being traumatised by the burnt omelette, we all had those urges of owning the ultimate non-stick which will reward us every time. But, breathe deep because we have found a solution for you quest -A Sauté Pan, your ultimate non-stick cookware for everyday cooking. One pan that can fix all your food traumas. The word sauté pan is from the French verb meaning “to jump” (Sauter), has a wide, flat bottom and relatively tall, vertical sides. This one-pan army is extremely versatile and is suited to prepare dry vegetable preparations like baigan masala, aloo gobhi to gravy preparation like kadhai paneer, butter chicken, chhole to an omelette, poached eggs and dosas & chillas.

2020 Holi Gift Guide: The Collection of Kitchen Essentials We Love

Posted by on 19 Dec 2017 under Festival Specials

Indian festivals are all about rituals, preparations and delicious food. And when we talk about Holi, we think of colours, fun and lots of scrumptious delicacies. It is the food that makes this festival even more special and why we eagerly wait for it.

With Holi just a few weeks away, it’s now time for get-togethers and parties. Here, we are bringing to you the top kitchen essentials that you would happily give to someone for their new kitchen.


A spatula is another food item every cook should have. A non-stick and stain-resistant spatula that is ergonomically designed makes sure that the hand portion and spatula are flexible, whereas the central part is strong.

A spatula is perfect for everything including mixing, folding,spreading and above all serving on this festive occasion.

Gulabi Gang: A Women Revolution in its true sense!

Posted by on 19 Dec 2017 under Festival Specials

Even the absolute weakest members of society can manage life with extraordinary acts of will, luck and some recklessness to fight back. The person who best teaches that lesson is Sampat Pal, who was married off at the age of 12, bore the first of her five children at 15 and is essentially illiterate. Despite all this, she has not only empowered herself but thousands of women just like her. Sampat Pal Devi, the 54-year-old self-proclaimed ‘commander-in-chief’ of the Gulabi Gang, a group of vigilante women that operate out of Uttar Pradesh’s notorious Badlands of Bundelkhand, has been variously lauded as an activist, a feminist, and a pioneer of sorts.

Sampat Pal echoes solidarity to all women around the world fighting – in all their different ways – for a more just, equitable and peaceful world. From her earliest days as a child, Sampat had always felt keenly the offence of injustice—the sight of it enraged her. She began the Gulaabi Gang revolution when she was only 20 years old.

  • A Non-Stick Flat Tawa – Dosa, Uttapam, Chilla, Omlette etc.
  • A Non-Stick Concave Tawa – Parantha, omelette, etc.
  • A Milkpan – Tea, Coffee, etc.
  • A Saute Pan- Aloo Sabzi, Scrambled eggs, Fried eggs, Poha, etc.
  • A Casserole- Baked Beans, Upma, Mix Veggies, etc.
  • A Frypan – Omellete, Upma, Poha, etc.

Every day Cookware Guide: Discover what suits your mood

Posted by on 19 Dec 2017 under Festival Specials

Indian food fervour and family celebrations go hand and hand because, in Indian Cultural Heritage, meals are all about sharing warmth and happiness. From maa ki daal to chicken biryani, we are here to help you learn about the right piece of cookware that will brighten your occasions. Based on experiences, reviews, user feedback and recommendations from our special cast of experts, we will help you uncover the mystery of the best pots and pans for your favourite dishes. Here goes the list

Breakfast: A land of diverse cultures and cuisines, in India no two regions can have the same kind of food. Common breakfast for south of India would be Idli, Dosa, Upma, Idiyappam, north of India would be Parantha, Aloo Poori, west of India would be Poha, Thalipeeth, Dhokla, Thepla, Khandvi while east of India would be chopp, moori, panta and ghugni accompanied with a cup of Chai/ Coffee. It’s not easy to make such miscellany in one pot or pan. For sunny mornings and brightened days we recommend

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