The 6.6 inch Victorinox Santoku Knife is the knife I reach for most often in the kitchen. It’s the perfect multipurpose knife and is very useful for everyday cutting of veggies as well as meats!
The carbon steel and titanium coating make it a great conductor of heat. This is essential to get that smoky heat flavour into the dish.
The tri-ply steel for the vessel and Bakelite for the handles along with its beautiful design and finish makes this a fantastic buy that will last you years!
Electric pressure cookers changed the game for countertop kitchen appliances! You can use it as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, bread proofer, yogurt maker, and for sauteing, steaming, baking, or even just to keep your food warm.
Probably my most used pan in the kitchen in the last year. I LOVE that these are sturdy, have even heat distribution, No PTFE, No PFOA, No Lead, No Cadmium, No Nickel, No Arsenic.
I can’t tell you how useful a weighing scale is in the kitchen. It’s perfect for portion control, measuring ingredients and especially if you’re a beginner in the kitchen!
The best Indian mixer grinder I’ve used! It’s perfect for everyday grinding such as pastes, curries, chutneys and even for grinding masalas as well as idli and dosa batters!
It may seem like an air fryer is not a necessary addition to your kitchen. But trust me, it’s a game-changer. It uses 85% less fat as compared to traditional frying and woah, that’s definitely worth it!
A cast-iron pan can give you perfectly even heat distribution along with heat retention. It’s perfect for when you’re baking a whole roast in the oven or using it for your daily cooking over a stovetop or an induction.
A silicon spatula is the best tool to have in your kitchen. It’s extremely handy and can be used for everything from cooking to baking! It’s also super helpful when you’re cooking with non-stick cookware.
I've been exploring more traditional cookware for over two years now and when it comes to Indian curries and dals or even sabzis like poriyals these impart a fantastic flavour and are toxin free. They actually add minerals back into food.
I prefer the Borosil because it feels more sturdy, heats more evenly and in the last 6 months that I've had it, has given me better results. It's also less noisy than the MR.