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Healthy and Clean living with Ttk Presige – Prestige Clean Home

Healthy and Clean living with Ttk Presige – Prestige Clean Home

TTK Prestige Limited is India’s leading Kitchen Appliances Brand. It has a 60-year-old legacy of continuous innovation. Prestige is the first company in India to offer a range of innovative and unique products both in electric and non-electric category. They have strong distribution network over 550 stores across India and also in leading e-commerce sites.

Launch of Prestige Electric mop and Prestige Tattva (Water purifier)

By launching “Prestige Clean Home” they are expanding their products from kitchen appliances to the home cleaning space like different versions of vaccum cleaners, floor polishers, steam cleaner, air-purifiers and so on. To know more about the products, click here – www.ttkprestige.com

It was last Thursday, I got an invite for their launch of “Electric mop and 6 variant Water purifiers”. The event was great, that we experienced the electric mop and checked out their water purifiers.

About Prestige Clean Home

Coming to Electric Mop – Electric Mop was conceptualized by Chairman, Jagannathan. The mop is user-friendly where it can Sweep, Scrub and Mop simultaneously. The mop needs no rinse every time, where the dirt gets collects inside a detachable box which can be cleaned after use. Also, the mop comes with a water dispenser bottle, which is attached with the mop and cleans by spraying the water on the floor at every stroke. So, it’s said that the floor is mopped each and every time with clean water, you can also use few drops of floor cleaner along with the water for cleaning. Also, here the water used is little quantity compared to that of the traditional way of moping (using bucket).

It can be used in all floorings like – Marble, Tiles, Wood and Mosaic. Also, this product comes with 1 Year warranty which costs INR 8,995. More over being a mom, I would say it would be very easy and stress free to use when the kids spill food like milk, juices over floor and this cleans well without that sticky nature.  

Coming to Water Purifier – These water purifiers are named as “Prestige Tattva”, which is India’s first gravity water purifier with copper tank. This water purifier is designed in 5 different variants – Stainless steel water purifier, Stainless steel outside and copper inside, Brass water purifier, Earthen pot water purifier, Plastic Water purifier. All these water purifiers hold the capacity of 16 liters, which comes with a removable purifier in the top with a plastic bottle and the base comes in different variants. The filtration process uses no chemicals, making it very safe and no more chemical smell in water. They remove bacteria, virus, protozoa and cysts which removes pathogenic bacteria including water-borne viruses. The purifier promises an average filtration rate of 9L per hour. Price differs from variants – Copper – INR 4,495, Steel – INR 3,196, Stainless Steel + Copper – INR 3,995, Brass – INR 4,195 and Earthen pot – INR 2,295.

Prestige Tattva (Water Purifier) 5 variants all together

These water purifiers can be used only for Municipal or Corporation water like only Cauvery water in Bangalore or Water after RO treatment, can not be used for bore waters.

I personally like this beautiful concept of “Indian Tradition Meets Modern Technology”. Also, I am planning to give a try, What about you? Give a try and lead a healthy life that takes you back to Indian traditional living. For more details, check out www.ttkprestige.com

 

How to use Basic Jars of Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder (Making of Chutney, Spice powder and Vada Batter)

How to use Basic Jars of Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder (Making of Chutney, Spice powder and Vada Batter)

Recently I have shared the unboxing of Preethi Zodiac, as mentioned in that post this mixer grinder has too many options and can be named as All-in-All in a kitchen. So, I have mentioned to share the usage of each and every jar elaborately with a recipe.

In this post, I am going to share how to make use of the basic jars – Chutney Jar, Wet Grinder Jar and Dry Grinder Jar.

Making of Coconut Chutney, Cumin powder and Medhu Vada Batter using Preethi Zodiac –

I have prepared a basic COCONUT CHUNTEY using chutney jar, also you can grind wet masalas for the curries using this jar. So, a basic south Indian chutney with the Basic Chutney jar –  for the detailed chutney recipe, CLICK HERE. It just took 3 mins to grind the chutney, to the proper texture.

Coconut Chutney grounded using Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder

I have prepared CUMIN / JEERA powder using Dry grinder jar, I have roasted the powder with few red chillies, added ½ tsp of rock salt and ground it to a fine powder. After grinding spread it over a plate, store it in an air-tight container and it stays fresh for a couple of months.

Cumin / Jeera powder using Preethi zodiac Mixer Grinder

I have prepared batter for Medhu vada / ulunda Vadai, using Wet Grinder Jar, usually most of them prefer grinding this vada batter in grinder, but when it comes to me, I have never ever grinded vada batter in grinder, I have been using only my Preethi Mixer till date and the vada comes out fluffy, crispy outside and soft inside. Since Preethi mixer can run for long time without getting hot, makes the batter perfect. Make sure to sprinkle water every now and then when the batter gets struck, also take a break in between will grinding and make sure that you soak the dal/lentil for atleast 4 hrs. For recipe CLICK HERE.

How to grind vada batter using Preethi zodiac Grinder

Note:

  • Make sure, to grind only when it reaches room temperature.
  • Hold the lid tightly while grinding, never close the hole at the top of the lid.
  • Turn the speed from 1 to 3, with a minute of interval.
  • Turn the jar and lock the jar, before you start grinding.

Suggestion:

The only thing I suggest here is there is no opening in the top of the dome (lid of mixer jar), it was little difficult to pour water to the jar. When there is opening in the dome, we just open only the lid in the dome and pour water, but now we need to remove the lid and then pour water.

Stay tuned for the next review of our Juicer Jar. CLICK HERE for the Unboxing and Specifications of Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder.

Review – Godrej Cuisine Royale, Indira Nagar, Bangalore.

Review – Godrej Cuisine Royale, Indira Nagar, Bangalore.

This was my long wait post, I was invited for a bloggers meet by Mr.Keith for the the launch of Cuisine Regale, a lifestyle modular kitchen gallery brand introduced by Godrej. As of shifting my home and no broadband connectivity, I never checked up my inbox. But after when I checked my mail after 5 days, I was terribly shocked as this bloggers meet was over. I have been waiting for this meet as it was related to the modular kitchen, since I have passion towards interior decors.  But have seen few of my blogger friends posting their pictures from the event in their Facebook. Thanks a lot to Mr. Keith for sharing me those beautiful pictures and the information about the event. Let me share those wonderful moments with you people.

Godrej launched their Cuisine Regale, a lifestyle modular kitchen in Indira Nagar, Bangalore which was leaded by a celebrity chef, Ranveer Brar and was hosted by Mr. Anil Mathur. They also invited architects, interiors, food bloggers in the city for a confluence of food, art and interiors.

Chef Ranveer Brar created spectacular food art that blended with the interior themes of the kitchen. They stated that, Cuisine Regale is designes based on the anthripometric, ergonomics of the customers.

Spread over 2,000 sq.ft, the newly launched store in Indira Nagar, Bangalore would show case three range of kitchen namely Christened Glacier, Neue and Melange – as of to make the consumers cooking more enjoyable.

Chef Ranveer Brar said, “ Feeling good is very important in creating good food and kitchen spaces that make us feel good add to the process of creactivity and engages everyone in the home, Cuisine Regale provides the kinds of kitchen spaces that are ergonomically designed and help bring out interactivity and allows us to de-stress in the kitchen”.