Friday, November 22, 2013

DIY Spice Mixes

Vaishali Honwar, author of the vegan food blog Holy Cow! put together a wonderful range of Indian spice mixes and shared it on her blog. As she was showcasing the GitaDini Yin Yang Storage Bin Set in her blog post called DYI Spice Mixes, she allowed us to share her post on our blog.
So if you have been looking for the perfect spice mix to go in your masala dabba of choice, check out this great suggestions:
Great Indian cooking is as simple as getting your spices right.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

My Rotito works wonders

Some time ago, Prerna, a friend and customer of GitaDini, told us how she wished the Rotito Rolling Board had existed some time ago when she struggled to make perfect rotis as a newly-wed. Being a great storyteller, she agreed to share her story with us about how the Rotito Rolling Board inspired her to try pita bread for the first time.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Alu (Potato) Parathas, Zucchini Raita

Vidya Tiru, author from the Book & Food blog MyRandRSpace tested the GitaDini Rotito Rolling Board and in her words "The Rotito fulfilled a need she did not know she had."
She was kind enough to let us share her tasty recipe on our blog.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Gurer Payesh – Rice Pudding with Jaggery

When we asked Sudeshna, author of the food blog "Cook like a Bong" to test our Saucepan with built-in strainer she had a wonderful idea for a recipe she wanted to try and was kind enough to allow us to share her post on our blog.

She decided to make a favorite Bengali dessert: "Gurer Payesh - Rice Pudding with Jaggery".

This is what she says about this delicious desert and how she made it using the GitaDini Saucepan:

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Introducing "My Spice Sage" for all your spice needs!

Here at GitaDini we love spices! The inspiration behind the GitaDini Yin Yang Storage Bin Set was the traditional Indian Spice Box a.k.a. Masala Dabba. Pretty much every Indian household owns at least one Masala Dabba, this is where the spices for everyday cooking are kept. The typical Masala Dabba is round, made from stainless steel and holds about 6-7 spices.

Gita, our designer at GitaDini decided to spice things up a little (pun intended) and create a modern Masala Dabba that holds more spices, looks great on every counter top and through its Yin Yang shape reminds the cook that balance and harmony are two great ingredients to every dish.

The GitaDini Yin Yang Storage Bin Set comes with 12 small stainless steel containers to store your spices in. All you have to do is to decide which 12 spices you'd like to add!

Friday, February 8, 2013

Eggless Mango Cake

Supriya from the blog Red Chillis was kind enough to let us feature this great recipe she found for Eggless Mango Cake. It is simple to make and tastes delicious, just look at those lovely pictures!

This is what she says about the recipe and how it she found it:

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Rajma (Red Kidney Beans)

This is a great recipe from Anamika hosting the blog Mad Cooking Fusions. According to Anamika this is a staple recipe loved by most children heading from the north of India. She was kind enough to let us share her recipe on our blog:

RAJMA is one of my all time favourite dish from childhood, I remember we use to ask our mom to cook them every sunday and same is expected by my kids now… this dish is much demanded in almost all north indian families. 


Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Masala Chai and a Teapan!

Soni Sinha from Soni's Food offered to try out the GitaDini Teapan. She used it for making a wonderful Masala Chai and was kind enough to let us share her review and the recipe for this great winter warmer!

All text and images are curtesy of Soni Sinha, here is the link to the original post:


A week ago I was contacted by a company called GITADINI.

They wanted me to review their 2 Quart Straining Saucepan/Teapan. For an avid tea drinker like me, reviewing this Teapan seemed like the perfect thing to do and the moment it arrived, I couldn’t wait to make my next cup of tea. Its made of Stainless Steel that is non reactive and boils efficiently with a capsulated bottom to evenly distribute heat.The built-in strainer strains tea leaves,tea bags,sauces,vegetables,pasta without needing a separate colander or strainer. Its perfect for boiling water,heating milk or tea,cooking pasta or vegetables,melting butter or chocolate and blending and straining sauces.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Kerala Style Coconut Eggplant by Kathy Gori from The Colors of Indian Cooking

The wonderful Kathy Gori from The Colors of Indian Cooking was kind enough to agree to test the GitaDini Yin Yang Storage Bin Set. Not only did she clear up her pantry in no time, she also created a wonderful, healthy recipe using all those newly arranged spices. She allowed us to feature her blog post in our GitaDini Blog.

The text is curtesy of Kathy Gori and photos are copywrighted to Alan Berger who shoots all the photos for Kathy's Blog. This is the link to the orginal post:

Here it goes!

New Eating For A New Year

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Gobi (Cauliflower) Parathas With Zucchini Raita by Holy Cow! Vegan Recipes

This wonderful recipe was created by Vaishali Honawar, author of the great Vegan Recipe Blog Holy Cow! She tested the GitaDini Rotito Rolling Board for this recipe and gave it a glowing review.

Vaishali was kind enough to let us share her recipe and her review of the Rolling Board. Enjoy!