We have all faced a situation where you go in shop and get utterly confused because one set of cookware is available for as low as Rs 1500 wherein another one is being sold for Rs 5000 and people are still buying it. So, the question that comes to your mind is, “Why buy pricey cookware and what is the difference between both the categories”?
One has to agree that cooking utensils are one of the most important domestic tools in every home. For some of you, who love cooking and preparing food and sumptuous meals, cookware is a serious matter and you should be ready to spend some money on it as well because good quality and warranty does not come cheap and whoever tells you the contrary is lying. A real home chef will always spend time looking for his favourite pots and pans that are high quality, safe, healthy and have all the features one needs for his/her cooking needs.
You need to keep in mind that a great meal or dish is a combination of different ingredients: a great recipe, quality raw material, great cooking appliances and most importantly good cookware that can withstand the daily wear and tear of the kitchen hustle. India is still waking up to the idea of quality cookware and we do not give it all the importance, it deserves. Having the right casserole to cook your biryani, or a tawa where your dosas or uttapams do not stick is the key to meals that look and taste great.
Quality cookware will help you become a MasterChef, right in your kitchen.
So, the next time you are swinging between spending too much money on two pots when you can buy five, remember it is always best to choose fewer high-quality pots and pans than buying numerous worthless junk which will do nothing for your dishes and will be destroyed rather quickly. Even if you cannot afford to buy a whole set of premium kitchen tools, just choose one or two that you use most often and make them count. This way you can definitely improve your quality of life without burning a hole in your pocket.