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Unboxing Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder – MG 281 / Review Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder / Kitchen Appliances Review

Unboxing Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder – MG 281 / Review Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder / Kitchen Appliances Review

 

Coming to Preethi Kitchen Appliances, first everyone gets to remember only their mixer grinder. As they have variety of mixer grinder with wonderful options right from the model, flexibility, colors and advance features in grinding. I have been using Preethi Eco Chef later upgraded to Preethi Blue Leaf and using it for almost a decade, still it is in good condition. I use to grind idly/dosa batter, chutneys, spice powder using my Preethi Blue Leaf and now upgraded to Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder.

Unboxing Video:

Being a food blogger, for almost 5 years, and this being a proud moment getting collaborating with Preethi Kitchen Appliance and that to reviewing their Mixer Grinder (my favorite). So happy and excited to collaborate with Preethi, also much thanks Preethi for this opportunity.

Specifications of Preethi Zodiac Model Number – MG 218:

It comes with the Power consumption of 750 watt, and this mixer works continuously for max 2 mins and needs 2 mins off (min) after every run of continuous 5 mins running. Material body is ABS and jar comes in stainless steel and transparent plastic. The blades are stainless steel, there are 3 speed controls and an overload indicator and purely originated from India. Also, they provide 2 years guarantee on the product and 5 years warranty for the motor.

Unboxing Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder - MG 281 / Review Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder / Kitchen Appliances Review

Unboxing Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder – MG 281 / Review Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder / Kitchen Appliances Review

Elements:

The base unit comes with the 750 watts motor, Over-load indicator (where an orange light glows when the mixer is over loaded) and there 3 speed controls.

  • Jars: A chutney jar, a wet grinder jar, a dry grinder jar, a juicer jar and a master chef jar.
  • Chutney jar: Chutney jar comes in stainless-steel with the capacity of 0.5 litres with a non-removable stainless-steel jar and a transparent plastic lid called as Dome. This jar can be used for grinding chutneys, masalas for stew, curry.
  • Dry grinder jar: Dry grinder jar comes in stainless-steel with the capacity of 1 litre with a removable stainless-steel plate. This jar can be used for grinding any spice powders and dry ingredients.
  • Wet grinder jar: Wet grinder jar comes in stainless-steel with the capacity of 1.5 litre with a removable stainless-steel plate and a transparent plastic lid called Dome. This jar can be used for grinding idly/dosa batter, vada batter, appam batter – I personally guarantee that you get soft, fluffy idly and dosa.
  • Juicer Jar: Juicer jar can used as a juicer, blender and a super extractor. Juicer is used to prepare juice from fresh fruits, make sure to use only fruits. Not recommended for vegetables or fiber rich fruits. Super extractor is used to extract juice from the fruits, you can make cocktails or mocktails. Spout is provided to release the juice while using juicer and the spout is closed with a spout cap while used as a blender and extractor.
  • Master Chef Jar: This is a unique styled jar, where you can knead the dough, chop, slice and grate vegetables for multipurpose and a citrus juice to extract juice, but not recommended for small fruits like lemon. Since it does different jobs and makes things get faster, this is proudly called “Master Chef Jar”. This comes in a transparent plastic material, with a citrus press, slicing blade, grater blade, a plastic blade for kneading and measuring cup which is can be used as a press also.

 

I am happy and proud to hold Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder as a part of Madraasi Kitchen, upgrading kitchen appliances to make our work and time easier, faster, perfect is Happiness and Smart in this rushed lifestyle. I am always ready to upgrade myself and my surroundings, how about you living with the Master Chef in your Kitchen. Also, I proudly call this mixer as “All-in All” and it costs only around INR. 9635.00

Stay tuned with us to know how to use the Preethi Zodiac Mixer’s every single jar in upcoming posts along with video. Stay tuned with us to know more about Preethi Zodiac Mixer.

 

Food Review – The Kabab Studio, Bangalore

Food Review – The Kabab Studio, Bangalore

Got an invite for “The Kabab Studio” – Gold finch for their Punjabi Food festival. This was my second time after a year, they have outdoor dining area, where it would be more scenic with fresh area, but due to rains on the day, I couldn’t enjoy that area.

Food Review – The Kabab Studio, GoldFinch, Bangalore

The restaurant was very spacious, they had 4 to 5 live counters, for the Tawa parathas, Keema roll, Tawa Chicken, Chat counter and Dessert counter. This festival was executed under the Chef Dayal Singh, Master Chef of The Kabab Studio.

Being a non-vegetarian, I gave tried out all the non-vegetarian dishes, each and every dish was perfect to the texture and taste. I loved the welcome drink – Lassi, it was perfectly prepared with the right texture, taste and aroma. Let me share my experience over the food I had there,
The Kabab Studio - Goldfinch Hotel Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

  • Starters:
    • Amristari Fish Fry
    • Sofiyana Chooza
    • Badami Murgh Tikka
    • Mutton Lucknowi Kabab
    • Tandoori Prawn
  • Salads:
    • Chicken Caesar
    • Chicken Chaat
    • Fruit Chat
    • Bittergourd Salad
  • Soups:
    • Paya Shorba
  • Main Course: Main course have same special place with me, as I liked all the gravies and the lamb was completely cooked to the perfection. Also, all the gravies are mildly spiced, which was more comfortable to have for kids even. Parathas were made in a live counter, it was too soft to have.
    • Parathas – Missi roti, Makki Ki roti
    • Gravies – Punjabi Gosht Masala, Makhni Murgh, Jalpuri Fish curry, Tomato Prawn Curry. Also, I had Sarson Ka Saag along with Missi Roti.
    • Briyani – Punjabi Gosht Briyani and Vegetable Raita
  • Desserts:
    • Strawberry Kheer
    • Jalebi with Rabdi
    • Apricot Mousse (sugar-free)
    • Litchi Ki Tehri
    • Orange Cheese cake

 A must to try place in Bangalore.

Garhwali Food Festival, Fairfield Marriott, Bangalore

Garhwali Food Festival, Fairfield Marriott, Bangalore

Got an invite for Garhwali food festival at Kava, Fairfield Marriott, Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. The name sounds very different and new to me, later came to know that it was based on the individual community Garhwali who lives in and around districts of Uttarakhand, India. Much excited for the review, as the cuisine was new to me.

This Garhwali food festival at Kava, Fairfield Marriott, Bangalore happened only for a week from (11th Aug – 20th Aug). The restaurant was well decorated, and two ladies were dressed in Garhwali attire, which gives us the feeling of Uttarakhand. Not only with the ambiance but every time Marriott would bring their authentic regional Chef of the particular region and this time it’s Chef Kripal Adhikari, who came from Uttarakhand for this food festival. Along with him, Head Chef Aniket Das, prepared this delicious feast and all the dishes tastes yum.
Kava - Fairfield by Marriott Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Also the most impressing one was the menu was written out in a leaf plate and then the food was served in a thali. Being a non-vegetarian, First Comes the chutney – had 4 different chutneys – Bhang ki chutney (name sounds different and good right? Must to try over there), Bhatt ki chutney, Amla chutney, Batuwe ka raita and Amchuri.

Thali holds – Jakhiya Paneer, Akrot Kebab, Phannu (I have come across this dish through my fellow food bloggers from north but the very first time got to try it, it was awesome – made of mixed lentils), Pahari Rajma, Kafuli (made spinach and fenugreek leaves ) – the color of this dish was more inviting and so it tastes (yum), Chakhor Kebab, Pahari Murgi Tamatar Jhol (curry), Ghanuo Jhol (Lamb Shank), Teetar Biryani, Jinnu ki roti, Pahari Lal Chawal, Mandua (Finger millet) kit Rotti – It was yum, when I tried it with Ghanuo Jhol (must to have), Gahat Ke paratha and Makki ki Rotti.

Coming to Desserts, Kheer (prepared with rice), Coconut Barfi and Bal Mithai (Barfi made of sweetened khoya and coated with sugar balls) – must to try.
Kava - Fairfield by Marriott Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
The Dinner Buffet is priced at INR 949 + Tax. Wishing everyone a Happy weekend, do not miss the food festival, give a try and enjoy the food festival.

For reservations, contact 080 49470020