Kitchen Utensils

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Adduppu/Stove

Murrukku Aachu/Murrukku Press



Chapatti Kattai/Chappati Board And Rolling Pin





Matthu/Masher







Aruvamanai/Chopper









Irruppchatti/Frying Pan











Attukkal/Grinder













Ammikkal/ Grinding Stone







2 comments:

  1. Nice post!! Regarding the Aruvamanai/Chopper- do you have a photo of someone using this in action? I was trying to describe this to my non-Tamil Indian friends, a knife that sits on a short pedestal and women sit on the floor and cut veggies. They never saw it.
    Also I notice the grinder is attukal. IN Trivandrum there is "Attukal Pongala" festival and the devi is "attukal devi" I believe. Does attukal have the same meaning? I am assuming yes only because it is a festival for women and they actually cook pongala there.
    thanks

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