“Every Day Cookware Guide for different occasions!”
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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:
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.
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