How to save time spent in the kitchen by working women?In the traditional Indian system, the bulk of the time of housewives is spent in their kitchens. They make morning tea, breakfast, lunch, evening tea, and dinner, not to mention the snakes time in between or making additional cups of tea or coffee for visiting guests, etc. On the other hand, in the kitchens of western countries, working women spend comparatively very little time in the kitchen.
The main difference between the Indian kitchens and the western kitchens is that 'open flame' is used too much in the Indian kitchens making it compulsory for the lady to remain inside the kitchen and constantly watch and take care of the burning flame. They cook everything fresh and serve it hot for relishing the food.
Working women can save a lot of time by using pre-cooked ready-made food or frozen food which requires only the use of a microwave oven instead of a hot plate with a burning flame. Alternatively, they can cook curries, etc. for two or three days in one go, keep the same in the fridge, and relish/serve hot only by warming at the time of eating.
Is it feasible in India?