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Kitchen Tools

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This video has the information about the kitchen tools that are very useful in Indian Cooking.

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  1. Sindhura

    I saw in your videos a small green color grinder. When ever you say grind it coarse you use that. May I know what brand is that.

    1. admin

      It is a Revel dry and wet grinder, bought on Amazon.

  2. vegasgirl

    Hi Sruthi,

    What material are the colorful spatulas (yellow and light blue)? Where can we get those? Do you use those for stirring – if yes, are they safe to use with non-stick cookware?


  3. Ramya

    Hey Sruthi,

    i have been following your youtube videos for a while and you do a very good job ! I have a question regarding the non stick pans. I use non stick for most of my cooking and they are over 2 years old now. I notice few scratches and marks on the pans though i use wooden spoons and ladles. Do you know how long we could use the nonstick utensils and HOW should we use them? And at what stage should they be discarded?

    Thanks and continue doing the good work :)

    1. admin

      I experience the same with my nonstick pans. It is always a better idea to replace them once you feel that it is worn out. However, I have a small tip but it doesn’t refill the scratches, however it can be maintained well for a long time if you follow this one step. I try to use only one pan specifically for deep frying my food so that the other pans maintain their shape and quality for a long time frame. I hope that makes some sense. Let me know if you can see any change after following this tip. Gud Luck :)

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