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How to Make a Quick Rabdi in Saucepan
India is a land of intriguing culinary exploits. Because of the diverse culture and overlaps from original and adopted cuisines, we have a wide variety of foods to offer, with various palettes to please. One thing that unanimously as a country we all love, is dairy! A lot of us have a regular supply of milk at our homes because no morning starts without a cup of hot chai. In terms of sweets we also like compositions with heavy dairy content in them. One of the favorites for Indians everywhere is rabdi.

The Most Essential Kitchen Items That Every Cook Needs!

Every kitchen is a culmination of various elements. A cook’s skill is to make the best of these elements and create magic in the way of recipes. If you are setting up a kitchen from scratch or looking for a checklist of essentials you need to have a fully functioning kitchen, you’ve come to the right place! Today we will talk about everything from cookware to gadgets and tools you need to have a basic kitchen setup.


Let's Talk About Pots and Pans
Pots and pans are the two most common types of cooking utensils in a kitchen. Most things are either boiled, fried, par-boiled, par-fried, sautéed, baked, and steamed in a variety of either a pot or a pan. So let's take a look at some pots and pans!

5 Best Cookware Combinations for Kitchen
When you cook a lot in the kitchen and get adept with the tools and vessels at your disposal, you realize that some combinations are meant to be used in that way only. You can’t stir your soup with a spatula, and you can’t flip your omelet with a ladle. The more experience you have, the more obvious these things get.

Best Uses of Saucepans to Improve Cooking
A saucepan is perfect for boiling water. A saucepan excels at cooking anything that's mostly liquid. This means it's great for stewing, simmering, making soups and, unsurprisingly, making sauces like pasta sauce.

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