Recreating Traditional Food During Festive Times with Modern Appliances
The festive season is tough on every Indian household because of the many jobs that have to be done during this time. Having to prepare all kinds of delicacies for the family and for relatives or visitors is quite the ordeal. This is where modern appliances come to the rescue. Having technology on our side can be of real help in times like these. Here are some of the latest modern appliances that can help ease some of the pressure during the festive season.
The use of food processors can significantly cut down time and energy while cooking. Some advanced food processors are capable of making tasks like slicing, chopping, blending, pureeing and kneading very easy and extremely quick as well. This makes the preparation of curries and breads almost effortless.
Microwaves have become an integral part of almost every Indian kitchen today. This is because cooking in a microwave not only saves a lot of time, but also allows you to multi-task as you do not have to constantly attend to the dish being cooked. Additionally, it can also reduce the number of utensils used while cooking. Of course, there are certain dishes that need to be cooked on stoves, however the convenience and efficiency that microwaves offer make them ideal for this season.
The use of blenders to cook traditional Indian foods is extensive and has been for a long time. Blenders can be used for preparing batters, to make smooth chutneys and sauces, to quickly get homemade powders and masalas, and even for preparing ingredients for several desserts.
Over the last few years, induction cookers have gained immense popularity because of the wide variety of cooking options they offer. From rice delicacies to curries, and even desserts, an induction cooker can be used for all these dishes. In addition to this, induction cookers are compact and handy, easy to use and extremely safe as well, all of which increase their functionality.
Though the shift to modern technology and gadgets for cooking has been gradual, it is definitely happening, and for good reason too!