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Kitchenware To Celebrate This Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is a Hindu festival that is celebrated in India and Nepal to mark the beginning of the harvest season. To celebrate this festival in the kitchen, you may use traditional kitchenware such as a kadhai or a clay pot for preparing traditional dishes like tilgul or pithla. You may also use a chakli maker to make the popular snack chakli, which is often made and enjoyed during the festival. Additionally, colorful rangoli's made with rice flour or powder can be used to decorate the kitchen floor.


Cooking Tips to Make Everyday Cooking Easy & Convenient
Most people juggle a lot between personal and work life, and hence find it difficult to give time to things that are really important. Cooking food for self or for your family is a complicated and time-consuming process for most people in today’s world. However, there are a few tricks that you keep in your sleeve which make your time in the kitchen very productive and enjoyable.

Health Benefits from Cast Iron

Kitchen cookware is made out of various materials based on functionality, features, and price brackets. This gives the typical Indian home cook a lot of options to choose from. These options also have different sets of health benefits or lack thereof. One prominent type of cookware in an Indian household is cast iron.


How to Make Different Types of Pulao at Home
If you’re in the mood for a fresh new rice recipe, you’ve stumbled upon the right place. Rice recipes are delicious to eat and very fulfilling. It is also a staple food in most places in India. Dishes like fried rice and biryani are a famous favorite across the country, but today we are talking about a different dish.

Best use of Kadhai for Breakfast
In Indian households, the Kadhai is the king of the kitchen. Many types of meals and cuisines, which are generally made in different kinds of cookware, can be translated into the Indian kitchen on a kadhai. 

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