Stainless steel kitchenware is preferred for its durability, safety, ease of maintenance, even heat distribution, and recyclability. It is resistant to rust and does not react with acidic foods. It is also easy to clean and has good heat absorption, resulting in even heat distribution while cooking. Finally, it is environmentally friendly as it can be recycled completely.
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.
Stainless steel is an alloy of several different types of metal that, when combined, are stronger and more durable than when they are separate. Stainless steel utensils are extremely durable and rust-resistant.