Samsung has released a brand-new microwave with a pickle mode in India. It allows users to prepare their own pickles without having to spend days physically drying them in the sun. The Samsung Pickle Mode microwave is designed for homemakers, millennials, and working professionals and comes in a 28-litre capacity. The Samsung Microwave can make Mango, green chilli, Indian gooseberry and radish pickles.
The new microwave with this cutting-edge Pickle Mode allows customers to produce a variety of pickles hygienically in the comfort of their homes all year long. It is designed for homemakers, millennials, and working professionals. The cost of the new microwave, which has a 28-litre capacity, is Rs 24,990.
Additionally, the Pickle Mode Microwave has options for making masalas, tadka, and sun-dry dishes. Additionally, it has features like Slimfry, which uses less oil for healthy cooking, Hotblast, which speeds up food preparation by up to 50%, and the capability for making Rotis and Naans in the microwave.
The Pickle Mode Microwave makes it incredibly simple for people of all ages to quickly and easily cook tasty pickles that are true to their origins. Mango, green chilli, Indian gooseberry, radish, ginger, cauliflower, and lemon pickles can be made in the microwave.
While announcing the Pickle Mode microwave, Samsung Mohandeep Singh, Senior Vice President, Consumer Electronics Business, Samsung India said,
“At Samsung, we continuously strive to come up with India-specific innovations that address the needs of our consumers across the country. Pickles are an integral part of every Indian meal and bring back many fond memories from our childhood. With the introduction of Pickle Mode Microwave, we hope to make it easier for our consumers to savour the same delicious taste of homemade pickles prepared in a convenient, quick, and hygienic manner.”
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