Food is a big part of Nepali culture as many communities celebrate festivals by cooking elaborate feasts or reserve certain days for special dishes. Nepali food is diverse and comprises many different flavours and ingredients. If you live in a Nepali household, you can understand how big a role food plays in the family. And there are 7 kitchen appliances that just have to be present in every Nepali household.
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1. Rice Cooker
No Nepali kitchen would be complete without a rice cooker. Rice is a staple of many Nepalis and as such no Nepali kitchen or bhaanchha would exist without one. In fact, dalbhaat and tarkari is eaten by Nepalis at least once a day and it is popular all over. Rice cookers are useful not just for cooking rice, but also for steaming purposes. However big or small the family may be, there will be a rice cooker available. Also, you can try cooking many recipes in a rice cooker apart from steaming rice. As such, there are many different types of rice cooker available in the market.
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2. Momo Steamer
Ask any Nepali what their favourite food is and momo will be at the top of the list. Momo is such a delicious and versatile dish that you can make many types of momos. From the popular buff, chicken and veg momos to paneer, pork and even chocolate momos. These sheets of flour dough stuffed with delicious filling are eaten so much that they have become the unofficial national dish of Nepal. And to make momos, you need a momo steamer. There are many different types of momo steamers but an electric momo steamer is especially useful as it does not require gas for cooking and is easier to use compared to normal momo steamers.
3. Induction Cooker
Induction cookers are a great kitchen appliance which makes cooking easier and faster. Induction cookers became popular when the country faced LPG shortages however, it has stuck with Nepali households ever since! Especially now that load shedding is a thing of the past, many Nepali households are realizing that induction cookers make for an efficient and sustainable cooking gadget which you must have in the kitchen.
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4. Electric Jug
An electric jug is a must have in the kitchen. Us Nepalis love to drink tea or hot water to warm ourselves up. It is comforting to know that hot drinking water can be accessible within seconds. Want an instant cup of tea or coffee? Or guests dropping by unannounced? Just pop out the electric jug and get hot water to serve up warm drinks instantly!
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5. Meat Grinder
If you make momos, you will definitely require a good meat grinder that makes perfectly minced meat at home. If you don’t trust the butcher’s to provide “boso rahit” meat, it is always a better and healthier option to make your own minced meat at home. But not just for momos, meat grinders can also come in handy to cook keema noodles, buff chatamari, burger patties, meat balls or kebabs.
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6. Mixer Grinder
All Nepalis understand the importance of a good spice collection in the kitchen. From garam masala to grounded cumin, chilly powder and dozens of spices, Nepali people love their flavourful spices and most of us prefer to grind ours at home. That is why it is important for us to have a good mixer grinder in the kitchen that can handle the job. From grinding garlic and ginger paste to making cumin powder or chilli flakes, a mixer grinder comes very handy in the kitchen. It is also used for another Nepali food staple: achaars. Whether it’s preparing a tangy tomato achaar or a refreshing coriander achaar, we require a good, powerful mixer grinder that will do the job for us.
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7. Pressure Cooker
There are a million reasons to praise a pressure cooker and fast cooking is one of them. You can cook almost anything and everything in a pressure cooker. From rice, daal, meat, vegetables to soups, a pressure cooker will become your best friend in the kitchen. In fact, it is so versatile that you can cook an entire 4-course meal in a pressure cooker. There are many types of pressure cooker available in the market. Better Home Appliances’ pressure cookers are durable, stylish and have a large capacity so that you can cook for a large family.
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Everyone can agree that kadhais are the most versatile cooking utensils that exist. You can stir fry, deep fry, boil, and steam food in a kadhai. Not to mention that kadhais are lightweight and easy to handle. And, it’s a plus if the said kadhais are non-stick and induction and infrared compatible! Non-stick kadhai are an essential in very Nepali kitchen because we cook all kinds of greens and vegetables for our daily staple of daal, bhat, tarkari and achaar.
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