4 Must Have Things To Ponder Over While Buying Cookware

No matter what the season is, spending time is kitchen can be exhausting because it tends to get humid and sultry. Here are some factors that you may want to consider before purchasing cookware. These wares can come to your rescue, here are 4 things to ponder over while buying cookware.

Induction cook-top for staying away from intense heat:

The induction cook-top proves helpful as you do not have to stand and take the heat of the gas cooker. There are several non-stick cookwares with induction base from companies like Prestige. Prestige brings you non-stick tawas for Rs690 and Rs840. These usually come in black and so cleaning becomes simpler.

Pressure cooker for fast cooking:

To cook faster, Prestige brings you pressure cookers with flat base. These are also available in various shapes and sizes. The price of pressure cooker ranges from Rs1, 030 to Rs1, 170. Go for a dark-coloured pressure cooker. This way, the ugly burn that can be seen from the sides of the base will not be visible. Washing greasy portions will no longer be a pain then.

Multipurpose non-stick frying pans:

These are quite useful as they can be used for cooking various kinds of items. Washing these is not a daunting task and they save space in the kitchen. Apart from Prestige, Usha Shriram and Apricot are companies that bring you non-stick frying pans. Usha Sriram kadhais start from Rs985 and the price range goes up to R.1, 425. Go for a copper based one. The burn marks remain limited to the copper base and can be easily removed.

Electric kettles:

Electric kettles help you save gas and also keep you away from heat. They are easy to use and wash. Companies like Prestige, Orpat, Inalsa and Morphy Richards have a wide range of electric kettles. Prestige electric kettles range from Rs768 to Rs1, 248, while Morphy Richards kettles cost around Rs2,595. Dark-coloured kettles save you the embarrassment of using an ugly and much-used kettle out in public. Cleaning is not a big issue with these.

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Written by Smita Diwan

Smita Diwan is a Media & Communication evangelist with 15+ years of steady growth. She has served across diverse verticals of Broadcast Journalism, Corporate Communications, Digital Media and Public Relations. A fitness enthusiast, Smita devotes her ‘rare’ free-time to yoga and meditation. As she strongly believes that the right balance is the key to steady growth.

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