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Ray Cooking Spray Review

Ray Cooking Spray Review

Heeta from Silver Spun contacted A Journalist Reveals regarding Ray Cooking Spray and her mail said among other things, “Ray cooking spray is available in 4 variants viz Groundnut, Sunflower, Olive oils and Ghee.
Ray cooking spray is currently available in Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Nagpur and Delhi. Plans to expand to markets in Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Chandigarh are in the pipeline. The cans are available online or from the nearest retailer.”

Ray Cooking Spray Review
Ray Cooking Spray Review

Our Take: As requested, we received a bottle of Olive Oil from Heeta. We made different types of dosas first with it, like paper roast, uttappam, maida dosa, atta dosa, rava dosa, protin dosa, sweet dosa, etc. We needed to spray just a little when we used non-stick cookware. On ordinary metal cookware more oil needed to be sprayed.
It was good for spraying to prepare idli, pappads, potato tikki, vegetable tikki and even bread toast. If starters are made, this oil can be sprayed for heating them on tawa before serving. Mom even tried seasoning for rasam. I was worried about odor after preparing food with it. But, there was no unpleasant smell coming out of them. The oil had merged with the food completely.

Price: Olive oil – INR 495/-,Sunflower – INR 395/-,Groundnut – INR 400/-, Ghee – INR 550/- for 250 ml spray cans.

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