Do you remember the thrill of getting your first toy kitchen set and asking your mum for supplies to make your own mini meals? Ah, simpler times! We are here to tell you, though, that it doesn’t have to stop. The obsession with mini things, especially mini food preparations and miniscule kitchen can well continue into adulthood, as it has with Mini Kitchen India – a phenomenally miniscule Instagram channel that has taken the internet by a drooling storm.
It is no wonder that we love watching MasterChef – the process of cooking, from procurement to presentation is oddly satisfying to witness. Now imagine these chefs cooking mini meals for, um, ants. This is exactly why this tiny kitchen has gathered over four hundred thousand foodies on instagram, where the channel ardently reinvents the world’s favorite meals.
The kitchenware used is made on a 1:12 scale, and you can also buy them here. The food developed is always true to ingredients; the only difference is in the size.
A whole meal that might have taken an hour more to put together is smaller than the pinky finger, sometimes as tiny as a nail.
Your belly won’t be full when you eat this miniature food, your tongue won’t even realize what it tasted. But your little heart will be bursting with nostalgic joy, a childhood dream we have all harbored finally coming true, and so deliciously.
Mini Kitchen loves to try out Indian recipes to make its miniature food items – from the staple paranthas to the jovial dessert gulab jamun, from North India’s fav orite paneer tikka to Sunday’s special samosa. Needless to say, they will never run out of things to prepare, and we won’t run out of appreciation for these little preparations.
Wouldn’t you still love to have your own little kitchen to please the kid who lives within?
Did you love this little kitchen? You’ll fall in love with this miniature cake shop.