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Serveware & Dinnerware
Serveware & Dinnerware
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Kerala Bronze Puttu Kudam | Maker Steamer Cookware
The classic steam cooker (Puttu maker) that is perfect for Puttu -a South Indian Steam Cake maker is available at zilpin.in and makes the popular Kerala puttu in no time. Buy Bronze Puttu Kudam - Puttu Maker Online, Steamer for Perfect Puttu Every Time. Consists of Pot, Cylinder, Top & Chillu.
Brass Kitchen Ladle Thavi Dosa Cooking Batter
The thavi dosa cooking batter was a family favorite, passed down from generation to generation. It was more than just a recipe; it was a symbol of our heritage and a reminder of the love that went into every meal. That simple brass ladle had seen countless batches of thavi dosa cooked over the years, and yet it never lost its luster or charm. It was a testament to the durability and craftsmanship of traditional Indian cookware, and to the enduring power of tradition itself.