My selection of Indian utensils and Indian kitchen accessories: roll and board and stove for successful chapatis (Indian bread), mortar and pestle to blend your spices, and all the elements to make a good Indian recipe
There are 18 products.
Top quality! Indian board on feet and wooden roller, called Chakla Belan in India. Kitchen accessories to prepare Indian breads.
Traditional Indian tadka pan. To fry the ingredients and prepare the famous Tarka Daal. Indian cooking utensil, hard anodized, non-stick. Very handy with its foot
Multifunction stainless steel vegetable grater, called Ghiyas kas in India, a useful cooking utensil.
Stainless steel mould to prepare Indian ravioli. This famous dessert is called Gunjia in India
Indian cotton kitchen towel or napkin, flower print. Handicraft dyed and printed with wooden block print in India. Purple, green and white colors Indian patterns. Beautiful, useful or decorative.
Indian wooden skimmer, very convenient to prepare nice Indian dishes, slightly hollow to drain rice or fried dishes. Equipped with a hole in the handle for suspension, typical handicraft cooking utensil in India.
Indian chapati breads finish their cooking directly over the flame. A holder is used in cooking, called Chimta in India
Very helpful, an Indian lemon squeezer of stainless steel. A very useful cokkware
Indian stainless steel skimmer, very convenient to prepare your Indian dishes like samosas, pakoras, bhajis to drain. Equipped with a hole in the handle for suspension, kitchen utensil called Jhar in India
Indian wooden roller, called Belan in India. Kitchen accessories to prepare Indian breads Chapati
Indian mixer made of wood, called Rai in India, to mix Indian culinary preparations such as dough, cream, Raita, Lassi ...
To prepare your Indian spices powder, mortar and pestle called Imam Dasta in India. Very nice object of white marble, solid and elegant
The 2 volumes of Les saveurs de l'Inde sacrée, my Indian cookbooks, by Almora editions. This is 120 simple and delicious vegetarian recipes, with stories about vegetarianism, photos of daily life in India and more...
Les Saveurs de l'Inde Sacrée, my Indian cookbook published by Almora. 60 simple and delicious vegetarian recipes with stories about vegetarianism in India, the Hindu gods, Indian food and more personal anecdotes
Les Nouvelles Saveurs de l'Inde Sacrée, my 2nd Indian cookbook published by Almora. 60 simple and delicious vegetarian recipes with information and photos about Indian food and culture and more.
Contains 7 spice jars. Traditional Indian box to preserve dry whole spices or powders, composed of several pots, called Masala dani India
Classic stainless steel strainer. For the Indian tea Chai, we use a small strainer in India. Black tea is boiled directly in water and milk with spices
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