The appetizing smell of the seasoning surrounding the Indian kitchens makes Indian cuisine one of the world’s most drool-worthy cuisines. The fragrance that roams around makes us want more and more.
The delicious dishes prepared every day in the Indian kitchens have one thing in common. The distinct method of cooking food. Indian cooking is all about frying and slow-cooking the food along with various spices to enhance its taste. Unlike the bowls required in other cuisines, slow-cooking requires utensils like a good kadai that can withstand such high temperatures.
Indians have been cooking and seasoning their food for a long time in kadai that is ideal for preparing Indian cuisine. Sometimes, the food you cook at high temperatures burns down the bottom of Kadai, ruining the vessel’s taste and surface. Moreover, sometimes due to the lack of depth or inadequate material in the vessel makes turning over food difficult.