How #StainlessSteel #Cookware, can change your life?

Stainless Steel Cooking, has been in the Industry and in our Kitchen for the longest. However, lack of right composition or Technology in its construction has brought limitations to its usage. There have been enough stories around, to convince the ‘not so happy experience’ with Stainless Steel Cooking.

Challenging those experiences, Vinod Cookware India’s fastest and Oldest Cookware Brand has introduced its revolutionary ‘TriPly Platinum Series’, which upskills the age-old methods to healthier and new age needs. Before, we begin the discussion on the new Vinod product launch briefly, let’s fathom; “How Stainless Steel cooking can change your life”.

Stainless Steel Cookware is not just a passing trend, or fad, but one of the recent eureka Moment Indian kitchens witnessed.  Not only, is Cookware more durable but is corrosion free and rust free. The new age multi-play construction enables excellent cooking performance which brings quick heat absorption and even heat distribution which means no food burning or sticking when in action. Last but not the least, the no food reactive, is also one of the safe product for acid foods, which means does not risk of leaching with harmful chemicals, keeping safety first. The SS Cookware literally guarantees generations to come.

Understanding the benefits of SS Cooking, Vinod Cookware with years of focussed research and innovation, introduces ‘Triply Platinum Series’. One of the first Make in India, Stainless Steel Cookware is made up of the finest Triple layered construction. Our Platinum Triply series cookware is a Stainless steel – Aluminium – Stainless Steel sandwiched technology cookware. The upper layer is 18/8 stainless steel food grade. The middle layer of aluminium evenly decapitate heat, and make sure there is no hot spot that would burn your food and saves up to 20% fuel and cooking time. Suiting all kinds of cooking techniques, the middle layer enables enhanced heat retention and transmission. And the bottom layer is SS 430 Magnetic stainless steel which makes it suitable for both gas stove and induction.

The Triple layered cookware provides fast and even cooking and most importantly doesn’t let the food stick to the bottom or burn. The exotic silver shine and a mirror glossy polish serves the purpose, not just for cooking but serving too, like we say ‘Cookware to Serve ware’. Designed to take minimum storage space, and easy to clean, the Vinod TriPly Platinum Series ranks on the must have cookware for your kitchen.

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Know more on #VinodSASCookingChallenge

Vinod Cookware, one of the oldest Cookware brand in India is set to revolutionize the Cookware Industry. It’s time India adopts and understands the Healthier way of Cooking with Stainless Steel. Yes, you heard it right we are going to break the age old Myths around SS and introduce one of the most path breaking Cookware of the Industry “TriPly Stainless Steel Platinum Cookware”. However, before we begin in detail, on the product, lets understand What SAS Cooking Challenge is?

SAS Cooking Challenge is India’s first Stainless Steel Cooking Challenge, wherein the Top Chefs, Home Chefs and Bloggers will be cooking in Vinod TriPly Stainless Steel  Platinum Cookware and de-bunk the traditional myths of the Indian Kitchen. Joining us for the Challenge we have known eminent personalities which includes Pankaj Bhadouria (Winner of Masterchef Season 1), Kunal Kapur (Indian Celebrity Chef and Ristorante) and Vicky Ratanani (Celebrity Chef, Earliest food Connoisseur to introduce molecular gastronomy). An extension to this includes the Popular Home Chefs – Kabitas Kitchen, Yaman Agarwal from Cooking Shooking and Reshu Drolia from Mints Recipe.

The Challenge shall capture their experience with the Stainless Steel Cookware, and share their first hand impressions. Well before we unveil the experience in next blog we underline our take – Fuss Free, Burn free and delightful experience!

What exactly is the SAS technology?

SAS Technology, is India’s first Three layered construction, encouraging the Stainless Steel adoption in India. The Cookware known as the “TriPly Stainless Steel Platinum Series” comprises of 3 layer of Stainless Steel-Aluminium-Stainless Steel sandwiched technology. The upper layer is 18/8 stainless steel food grade. The middle layer of aluminium evenly distribute heat, and make sure there are no hot spots that would burn your food plus saves up to 20 % fuel and cooking time. And, the bottom layer is of SS 430 Magnetic stainless steel which makes it suitable for both gas stove and induction.

The unique technology shall provide fast and even cooking, most importantly doesn’t let the food stick to the bottom preventing it from burning.  The exotic silver shine and a mirror glossy polish makes it the most attractive nutritional cookware that allows you to directly serve your food in it. Easy to cook and easy to serve the platinum cookware is the dream come true for both home and industrial chefs.

So stay Tuned, and Join us LIVE for the SAS Cooking Challenge Week and the product launch this 25th Sept – Cook Healthy, Cook Jaldi!

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Best reasons to use stainless steel bottles over plastic ones

Today, the market is flooded with plastic containers and bottles for food storage. We prefer packaged drinking water, considering them the safest option but ignore the fact that most of them are stored in plastic bottles. We also use plastic bottles for storing water at home as well. But, due to lack of awareness about the harmful side of plastics we do more harm to ourselves. There is a high risk of harmful chemicals leaching especially if we store water in it.

Apart from being harmful to some extent for our body plastic bottles also harm our environment a lot, being non-degradable.

With more people now getting aware and due to environment responsibility, many brands have opted for alternate materials like Glass, copper or steel for water storage.
Stainless steel bottles are one of the best alternatives to plastic bottles. Here are some advantages of stainless-steel bottles over plastic bottles which will help you consider your choice:

1. Safe from BPA and other harmful chemicals: Stainless steel water bottles are made of culinary grade material and are free from harmful chemicals like BPA (BisphenolA) and other food contaminating chemicals. There is no risk of stainless-steel reacting with water and keeps if odor and contamination-free. Due to these properties, stainless steel bottles are safe in various medical conditions like pregnancy and are also safe to use by kids.

2. Safe for hot and cold storage: Stainless steel bottles provide better temperature regulation of water, keeping is warm or cold for a longer duration. It also keeps water fresh and does not impact its taste. Stainless steel bottles also do not retain the taste of various liquids stored. They are also mold and bacteria free keeping water safe to drink even when kept for a longer duration.

3. Eco-friendly and durable: Unlike plastic water bottle, stainless steel bottles are much durable and ecofriendly. While the plastic water bottles are non-degradable, they are toxic for soil and aquatic organisms as well and are one of the major pollutants. On the other hand, stainless steel water bottles can be easily recycled and reused without releasing harmful chemicals. Also, most of the plastic bottles are of single-use which are crushed and thrown away after use, increasing the threat to environment eve more.

Owing to above-mentioned advantages over plastic bottles, using Stainless steel water bottles not only helps to keep your health better but also helps in creating a better environment.

Vinod has a series of durable, double-wall stainless steel bottles also for kids in a wide variety, giving you a safe, healthy and a lifetime experience.

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Learn the right way to care for your cookware

All cookware materials cannot be treated in the same way. One can spend years of enjoyable cooking with the right care. With proper cleaning, your cookware will last for years.
Here are some tips from the pro’s who have adopted some great practices


It is important to SEASON it especially if you are using it for the first time.

Use oil to season your pans before you start cooking this will act as a protective layer against oxidation

Here are a few benefits and management of nonstick cookware listed below:
1. Use nonstick with minimum oil
Our nonstick cookware is made of the premium quality base material. This prevents food from sticking to it. You will enjoy preparing some meals with minimum oil
2. Easy to clean wash and dry
As the coating prevents the food from sticking on the nonstick utensils, it becomes more easy to use and clean.You can clean with a damp cloth.
3. Scratch-resistant
Our non stick is metal spoon friendly, scratch and abrasive resistant. This is completely safe and easy to use. This feature encourages clean as well as healthy cooking.

Taking care of your nonstick utensils in this manner will not only help in extending its life but also your nonstick will retain its appealing and modern look as if it was new.

Do’s and Don’t of cleaning your cookware

For cleaning use a nylon scrubber and not a steel scrubber which damages the coating. You also need to avoid dry heating.

Vinod Cookware specializes in a broad range of cookware. Many people have used our brand and have got the best results. Use it and you will find the claims made by our brand are true and you will enjoy cooking

Always remember the best cookware is the one that yields the tastier food and less clean up!

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A Mindful Approach to Wellness At Home

Lamp eats darkness and produces [black] soot!
What food (quality) [one] eats daily, so will [one] produce.

To ensure good health, the onus nowadays has shifted from healthy eating to healthy ways of cooking. They rightly say that the awareness and acknowledgement of a single possibility can change everything. As the world becomes a global community, awareness seeps in that not only eating should be right but our ways to cook should be right. Modern medicine has been conducting serious research which indicates the dangers of modern cookware. The nickel and chromium seeps from aluminum and stainless steel vessels into the food adulterating and changing the chemical composition.

This brings in a niggling doubt that is the food we are eating altered during the cooking process such that it is detrimental to triggering Alzheimer and related health issues.

Zero chemicals and a mineral boost is what you need from modern cookware, addressing this growing demand is a range of cookware which is upmarket and upscale.

Our new range of cookware namely Triply Cookware is fabricated/assembled/composed of 3 layers.


The inner focal layer — the core that comes in exposure with the food is made up of 18/8 stainless steel- high grade stainless steel.

The second, subsidiary level composed of aluminum which helps in equidistribution of life ensuring that food does not burn, stick to the pan.

The third, final layer comprising of 430 magnetic steel is the icing on the cake — it makes the cookware induction friendly. Induction cooking is the need of the hour with more and more people opting for this contemporary style of cooking.


The logic of launching a well-researched product like this is consumer behavior. The harmful effects of aluminum always play on the consumer’s mind. At the same time it is cumbersome to cook with steel as people have biased notion that food particles tend to stick to steel.

The solution lay in launching healthy cookware options made with right technology which not only making cooking a smooth process but also doesn’t become a source of worry.


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Gudi Padwa Special Recipe – Puran Poli

Gudi Padwa  falls on the first day of the chaitra of the year which marks the beginning of a Hindu New Year. This auspicious occasion is celebrated by all Hindus; especially Maharashtrians and this year it is falling on 28th March, 2017. And we all know it is incomplete without Puran Poli topped with hot ghee and puran kadi

  • Prep time: 51-60 minutes
  • Cook time: 21-25 minutes
  • Serve: 4
  • Taste: Sweet


  1. Split Bengal gram (chana dal) 1 1/4 cups
  2. Jaggery (gur) grated 1 1/2 cups
  3. Saffron (kesar) a pinch
  4. Green cardamom powder 1/4 teaspoon
  5. Nutmeg powder a pinch
  7. Refined flour (maida) 1 1/2 cups
  8. Salt a pinch
  9. Pure ghee 1/2 cup


  • Step 1

Wash and boil chana dal. Drain and coarsely grind it. In a pan add the dal, grated jaggery, saffron, cardamom powder and nutmeg powder and mix well.

  • Step 2

Cook, stirring all the time till dry. It should resemble a soft ball. Remove and cool. Divide the stuffing into sixteen to twenty equal portions and roll into balls.

  • Step 3

Mix maida and salt. Add three tablespoons of ghee and sufficient water to make soft dough. Cover with a damp cloth and keep aside for one hour.

  • Step 4

Divide dough into sixteen to twenty equal portions and roll into balls. Flatten each ball in your palm, stuff with one portion of puran (stuffing), cover and seal the edges.

  • Step 5

Dust it with flour and roll out into four to five inches diameter disk of medium thickness. Heat a tawa and cook puran poli until done on both sides.

  • Step 6

Remove. Serve hot with generous helping of pure ghee on it and cold milk.

Do try this recipe at your home and share your experience with us in the comment section below. We’d love to hear from you 😀

Light And Healty Food: Pasta and Brocolli

This is one the easiest pasta dishes  one can make. With broccoli, a few other ingredients and only one pot. Light and healthy this recipe will put dinner on the table in 15 minutes


  • 12 oz uncooked pasta (use brown rice or quinoa pasta for gluten-free)
  • 6 1/2 cups fresh broccoli florets, no stems
  • 5 cloves garlic, smashed and chopped
  • 1/4 cup grated Parmesan or Romano
  • 2 tbsp olive oil, divided
  • kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper


  1. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil.
  2. When water boils, add pasta and broccoli at the same time and cook according to pasta instructions for al dente.
  3. When pasta is almost done cooking, reserve about 1 cup of the pasta water and set aside. Drain pasta and broccoli.
  4. Return the pot to the stove and set heat to high; add 1 tbsp olive oil, when hot, add garlic. Cook until golden, reduce flame to low and add pasta back to the pot.
  5. Mix well, add remaining olive oil, grated cheese, salt and pepper to taste mixing well and smashing any large pieces of broccoli to break up.
  6. Add 1/2 cup of reserved pasta water and mix well adding more if needed.
  7. Serve in pasta bowls with additional grated cheese on the side.