Hi there Smart Indian Chefs:
We all buy some of these more than once in a few years, though these are non-essentials in the Indian kitchens. And most of us ‘think’ it is easier doing without them and we just go on about doing the chores in the kitchen, mostly as a habit. But if we only put a little bit of effort and make it a habit to use these, I would have to say, they will make things a lot easier and less risky in the kitchen than without them.
Then, with so many new dishes that most of us are trying to cook at homes from the recipes on the internet or YouTube, some of these became a required item nowadays and some are new to Indian kitchens but have become household items in no time.
Sometimes we keep using an outdated or worn out or even sometimes broken once because we don’t find time to order them or go get one from local stores.
It is a good practice to check all the kitchen tools and gadgets and see which ones need to be replaced, or soon need replacement. Then buy them all together at once. And we recommend waiting for the online festive sales that come once a few months and stock up cause when your current tool breaks, then we are forced to buy. And usually, we end up paying more because we cannot wait.
All the below are our best picks and hence we did not order them by rating.
|for everyday use:||Best Pakkad or Tongs for Indian Kitchens|
|for the pros & the bakers:||Best long cotton kitchen gloves for Indian Kitchens|
|for your own protection:||Best Reusable Gloves for Indian Kitchens|
An excellent accessory that makes cooking easier and safe for Indian chefs or chefs anywhere in the world for that matter.
I am sure all Indian kitchens have it, cause these are the most used in our Indian kitchens. We handpicked more than few, just in case you are looking for a replacement or new one.
They can be put to more uses that we think they are useful for and they protect your hands, yes.