Dec 5, 2008

My Kitchen Treasures

I don't have much kitchen treasures as I left all those
precious things back at my home in India..But When
I started packing for US I am so particular in packing
these three treasures..Not a cozy one..but definitely
so useful in everyday life..
I don't like to use the non-stick dosa pan for making
crispy dosas..If properly managed this iron tawa is
great for making dosas so crispier..
And the kadai I used mainly for deep frying the papads ,
pooris ... We call this as" Ozhukkal chatti " in Tamil.It looks
like a strong one but it will break when it falls down.
And finally the most precious for me is the Murukku Kuzhal.
I use this for making all my murukkus , Ribbon pakoda..
Amma and me specially travelled miles away to get
this ..The speciality is the holes in the plates are small ,
so gets cooked easily .
And this is off to Dibs Kitchen Treasure event

9 comments:

anudivya said...

Wow, that is a nice collection. I like cast iron skillets a lot too, but did not bring any. I would love to get one from here...

Cham said...

Did the chatti breaks when it falls down? I have the tava but not the kadai ... The murruku achi seems carrying lots of memories :)Great sharing with us!

Uma said...

nice collection Kamala! Those skillets bring back so many memories.

Shama Nagarajan said...

wow..nice collection

Curry Leaf said...

wow,cast iron dosakkal looks lovely.I can imagine the cripsness of the dosas.Lovely treasures

Divya.M said...

i know being in abroad we can bring only few items with us... ur treasures r good and nice...

Priya said...

Nice collection Kamala..skillets bring me some old memories esplly my grandma's...

Laavanya said...

Nice matching collection Kamala :)

Happy cook said...

Wonderful tresures.
My mom too use a iron tawa for dosas.