Thursday, December 15, 2016


Team Adeetya's Kitchens are big fan of Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar. We started celebrating his every century after 39th century he made after long gap. We celebrated his 50th Test century by organizing a Band ralley in Pune on 20th December 2012.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Modern Indian Kitchen

Globalization has entered into the Indian kitchens.  A lady using a laptop or a tab in kitchen to prepare some exotic recipe is no more a surprising sight. Today's era is the era of social networking. More and more people are getting access to huge information from around the world at a click. Emerging global culture is fusion culture wherein the best trends from around the world are adopted and individual specific lifestyle is created.
Homemade food is back in fashion. People are getting health conscious and more and more people prefer homemade food over outside, roadside food or even the restaurant food. Modern, well-equipped and thoughtfully designed kitchens have become hyper-essential.
Designing kitchens is a challenge for a designer. The designer has to consider various factors like natural elements, available space, family tradition and size, cooking pattern, placement of appliances, etc. before designing a kitchen. When all these factors are in harmony, a healthy, inspiring ambience is created in the kitchen. 

In 1996 Adeetya’s kitchens from Pune, Maharashtra, India invented Prefabricated Kitchen System’ and developed a unique concept "Modern Indian Kitchen" that revolves around unique Indian cooking style and employment of ultramodern equipment in kitchen. 

Adeetya’s Kitchen system is designed for Indian Rasoi Ghar, to suit individual requirement and fit into individual budget. It is designed after considering number of family members, their life-style, tradition, storage pattern, age, etc.
A lot of water is used in Indian kitchens for preparations and cleaning. Tubular steel carcass is rust proof and inert of effects of water making it long lasting. The factory made tubular carcasses are made in tailor-made dimension and enough care for ventilation is taken to minimize the problem of insect and pest. The stainless steel structure last for lifetime.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Adeetya's Kitchen salutes Indian women!

Adeetya’s Kitchens appreciates the efforts of Indian women and tradition they have maintained. We salute to our mothers, Grandmothers, Housewives, daughters, sisters in India for all that you are doing since centuries. Thanks for feeding us!!

Kitchen in India is called 'Rasoi' or Swayampak ghar'. Indian cooking activity consists many traditions, a lot of preparation, use of spices and different cooking processes. Earlier till 1980 the cooking was carried out on ‘Chulha’ made out of stones and clay. The main source of fire was wood or coal and firing was very time consuming, skillful, patient activity and Indian lady has to carry out cooking activity in smoky atmosphere. Now every house is getting Liquid petroleum gas in cylinders or through pipe gas and at a halt Indians likes’ food cooked on ‘Chulha’ as it taste different. In 2016 still Chulhas exist in Interior rural India.
Cooking ingredients and process differ family to family and region to region in India. Recipe are made using fresh herbs and spices grounded together called as Masala. Vegetables and curries are prepared with such Masala using some oil, onion, turmeric and paste of garlic, ginger, herbs etc. Breads are homemade 'Roties' served hot and made fresh for every meal. Rice with pills is part of daily meals and cooked with different preparations. Spicy Biryani Rice with spices, Pulao Rice with less spices and more vegetables, sweet Rice with coconut milk are cooked on special occasions. Indian lady gets knowledge as a family tradition and cooks food as per the seasons and many a times adds medicinal herbs in food  to maintain health of family members.