Indian cooking is all about flavour. To a great extent, it is process-oriented. It includes the artful use of ingredients, spices, flavour and emotions. An equally important role is played by the instruments used in the cooking. Over time, enhancement in technology has evolved to minimise our effort. This makes for an interesting fusion of ancient with modern. It has even reached our kitchens to make our work easier and prepared in less time.
With the help of technology, we can now prepare our favourite dishes in less time without losing touch with our traditional utensils. We can even see that these automatic utensils are installed in a large kitchen where food is prepared for masses such as Gurudwara Bangla Sahib.
We present you utensils that are alive with their traditional essence and technology to make the process of preparing dishes easier.
Automatic rice cooker
This is one of the safest utensils to use which works with electricity, earlier people used to cook rice on the stove in a cooking pot (patila) which could sometimes lead to boil out of the water but this automatic rice cooker is covered with a heat protector and does not boil out. You can even carry the cooker to the picnic as it comes with a handle on the top and prepare your food in less time.
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Electric butter churn maker
Electric butter maker also known as mathni in Hindi is used to extract paneer, butter, and desi ghee in Indian households. Using this utensil requires a lot of energy and time. Now you can rest your arms by using an electric butter churn maker and preparing delicious Makhan in less time.
Electric roti maker
This one is the basic need for all people with busy lifestyles, this utensil makes roti automatically and you do not even need to worry about the circle shape of your tortillas. Not only roti you can even prepare paratha, thepla, and other food items on it.
Whiskers are made for blending flavours properly in the cake batter. Using normal whiskers can be really tiring and energy-draining so to save your energy use electric whiskers and it will help to save your time too.
Pestle and mortar (okhli and imam dasta) used to be one help to grind all the spices properly but this demands so much energy and time also it causes noise pollution. To get rid of these things you can adopt using a mixie grinder which provides you desired results in some seconds.