As any true gourmet will agree, Indian cuisine is in a class of its own—rich, aromatic and delicious! Each recipe may involve a whole gamut of ingredients and cooking methods. They may also require the use of different sizes and shapes of pots and pans. The utensils must be just right, the flame must be at the right temperature and the unique blend of spices must be perfectly spot-on! As such, when you are setting up a modular kitchen for Indian cooking, you should take many factors into consideration.
- You will need to store large cooking utensils like pressure cookers, various kinds of stainless steel pots, frying pans, shallow and deep sauté pans, skillets and saucepans. Spoons and ladles also come in all shapes and sizes. And that’s just the start!
- When you plan your storage, make it a point to measure the dimensions of your largest vessels and ensure that they will fit inside the space you have planned for them.
- A hanging rack that is tucked away to one side, yet easily accessible, can store your slotted and plain serving spoons and ladles, like what is shown here.
- Clever corner storage solutions can fit in pots and