Preethi Eco Twin Jar Mixer Grinder, 550-Watt by Preethi
We've used many reliable grinders over the years and the Preethi grinder is a favorite. This is the grinder we are currently using to grind powders and liquids into paste and batter.
Premier Stainless Steel Puttu Maker
A reliable puttu kudam helps in making delicious puttu very quickly.
Nonstick Achappam Mold
The key to making achappam is having a nonstick achappam mold.
This is not a sponsor post. Daily Delight is our frozen coconut of choice. Whether grated or sliced, we do prefer to use the Daily Delight brand.
Nonstick Flexible and Heat-Resistant Silicone Baking Tool Set
When cooking thorans and mezhukupuratti, we have found it is easier to use a silicone spatula. This mini spatula is one you see featured in many of our videos.
Spring Chef Magnetic Measuring Spoons Set
One of the most important tools you can have in your kitchen is measuring spoons. We've used a few different ones over the year, but currently use this one by Spring Chef.
T-fal Nonstick Aluminum Sauté Pan with Lid (12-inch, 5 Qt)
When sautéing, we like to use a nonstick pan with handles on both sides. A 12-inch pan gives enough room to add in vegetables or meats to cook together without needing too many pans.
Silicone Spatula Set, Nonstick
We've become a fan of using nonstick spatulas while we cook. Here's a set that we've been using in our kitchen.
Anyone making idiyappam needs a mould. We bought our mould from Kerala itself, but found this similar one online.
Vinod V-5L Stainless Steel Sandwich Bottom Pressure Cooker, 5-Liter
This is the pressure cooker we use to make Idiyappam, Kozhikutta, and other delicious foods.
Cook N Home Nonstick Marble 12-inch/30cm Deep Sauté Stir Fry Pan Wok, 12-inch
This is a non-stick wok pan we enjoy using in our cooking. Wok pans make cooking Indian foods easier.
Cuisinart 14-Cup Food Processor
This food processor has helped us cut up large food into smaller pieces. We've used a Cuisinart food processor for years.