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List of Groceries that needed for a month for a family

Even though the elders will undoubtedly assist in preparing the kitchen for the newlyweds, there may still be some confusion regarding what to buy and how much once the stock runs out. The grocery list my mother re I've added the grocery list my mother recommended. I hope everyone will find this useful. Those in families of two to four can use this list. Therefore, the quantities can be changed based on usage: 1.Rice - 12 Kg 2.Thoor Dal - 2 to 3 Kgs 3. Rice Flour - 1 Kg 4. Salt - 1Kg 5. Black Gram Dal Whole- 1 Kg 6. Boiled IdlyRice - 2 Kg 7. Bengal Gram Dhal - 1 Kg 8. Bengal gram Flour - 1 Kg 9. Broken Black Gram Dhal - 200 gms 10. Coriander Seeds - 1/2 Kg 11. Red Chillies - 1/2 Kg 12. Wheat Flour - 2 Kg 13. Sugar -2 Kg 14. Mustard - 50 gms 15. Cumin Seeds - 100 gms 16. Pepper - 100 gms 17.Refined Oil - 2 Kgs 18. Gingely Oil - 1 Kg 19. Green Gram Dal - 1/2 Kg 20. Tamarind - 1 Kg 21. Fried Bengal Gram - 1/2 Kg 22. Cashew Nuts - 200 gms 23. Turmeric Powder -

Essential items for a new kitchen

Establishing a new life as a new wed or in a new city or county? Make sure you have all of these necessities in your kitchen. Everything you need for a well-stocked kitchen is on this checklist, from cooking gear to storage options. Food Storage Solutions: Make an investment in high-quality tea, coffee, sugar, salt, spice, and masala containerry. For sturdy solutions, go with Tupperware or Rubbermaid brands. Tools for Organization: To keep them fresh, put potatoes and onions in different baskets. Measuring Tools: To ensure accuracy when cooking, use measuring spoons and cups. Spice Organization: For effective spice storage, use small jars or masala dabbas. Medium-sized jars are ideal for storing grains and cereals. Rolling pin, cutting board, knives, steel tongs, peeler, grater, and kitchen towels are essentials for cooking. Cleaning sponges, kitchen rolls, and matchboxes/lighters is part of kitchen maintenance. Cookware includes a saucepan, kadhai, serving bowls, and tava/non-stick p