WELCOME TO MY KITCHEN. MY HAPPY PLACE. Yummy Tummy Aarthi (Old Kitchen Tour) . WELCOME TO MY KITCHEN. MY HAPPY PLACE, One of the best place in my house.
As soon as we got married, Hubby took me to his kitchen and asked me how can we modify it as per your preference. So we designed the kitchen and we started to work on it. As i mentioned in many of my post that kitchen work is going on and on and on.
Now finally everything is over and i am all set. So this is my view of my kitchen .
Yummy Tummy Aarthi (Old Kitchen Tour) . WELCOME TO MY KITCHEN. MY HAPPY PLACE, One of the best place in my house.
This is the other side of the kitchen where we have our crockery shelf, cooking area and washing area.
And the other side which has all my kitchen appliances.
This is the view of my counter. I have my most necessary stuffs alone here. Because i love to have lot of counter space. I also have my oven placed below.
I keep all my unused vessels in the upper shelfs.
This is a small rack which fixed below the cupboard, where i keep my mini food processor, spice grinder and those lovely jars which has beans and lentils. Below those i have my everyday toaster and chopping boards and knife block.
This is the fridge which my hubby got for me as a wedding present and near that is a rack where i keep all my kitchen appliances.
Below this i have my microwave oven and their microwave safe vessels. Behind that i have my trusty hand blender. Below this there is a shelf where i keep all my oven dishes, cake moulds, cookie cutters and all bits and pieces.
we built a small place where we can keep my oven and above that we built a drawer where i keep all my daily use stuffs like foil, cling wrap, freezer safe container and so on.
This stove landed in our kitchen a week before. I am loving it so much because it has lots of spaces in between each burner. The burners are not too small, they are quite sturdy which makes cooking a breeze.
This is my favorite part. we set this up couple of weeks back. It is just stainless steel holder fitted in the wall..We bought some S Hooks and hanged all our daily essentials in that..I have my grill pan(i didn't cook with it yet), sauce pans, tawa, frying pans and so on.
In my last post I shared my kitchen photos, and I told you that we have built a huge cupboard all over the kitchen. Now I am gonna share what is inside my cupboard and my pantry. This is the cupboard which we built all over the kitchen.
Starting from the left side of the cupboard. Since it is a little distant from the stove i keep the stuff which i don't use often. On the top shelf i have huge container of sugar which we buy in bulk, basmati rice, urad dal, oats. On the bottom shelf i have unopened packets of spice powders, noodles, meal maker, kasuri methi, health drink mixes and stuffs like that.On the other side i have baking supplies.
Yummy Tummy Aarthi (Old Kitchen Tour) Pantry
On to the next shelf, i have all my spice powders, flour, spices. Top shelf i have flour, whole spices, jaggery. Bottom shelf i have spice powders and seasoning items. I even store spice powder like chat masala, puli kulambu podi here.
This is the cupboard which i have near the stove. So i keep all the very used stuffs here. On the top shelf i have my masala dabba, pepper and hing. Bottom shelf i have salt, tea, sugar, my green tea and all types of oil cans.
This is the rack which is placed below the cupboard. I keep my mini food processor and spice blender here. I have some fancy pots where i store all my dals which i use mostly in my daily cooking.
This is my masala dabba..This is necessary stuff in all indian house. I keep my tempering ingredients here.
I found two stainless steep container and put all my whisk, masher, wooden spoons, spatulas and ladles in the big one. And spoons, tea strainer, peeler, pastry brush in the small ones.
This is one huge rack where i keep my big pots and containers.
I keep all my baking supplies from cake pan, cookie cutters, pie dish, loaf pan here.
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