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EZAHK Hand Made Clay Open Kadai/Pot for Curry Dal Cooking & Frying (Brown, 2 L)

EZAHK Hand Made Clay Open Kadai/Pot for Curry Dal Cooking & Frying (Brown, 2 L)

Regular price Rs. 629.00
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Material Clay
Colour Brown
Capacity 2 litres
Item Weight 1.5 Kilograms
Number of Pieces 1
Is Oven Safe No
Has Nonstick Coating Yes
Is Dishwasher Safe No
  • Prepare Rice, Dal, Sabji with Clay pots and feel the Real and Authentic Taste of food like never before
  • Style: Classic, Food is enriched with 18 types of Micro-Nutrients, Food becomes more Delicious, Nutritious & Healthy.
  • Features: Brown, Export Quality, 100% Natural Clay, Non-Toxic, Eco Friendly, Can Be Used On Gas Stove, Open Fire, 100% Nutrients From The Ingredients Is Retained In Your Cooking, Moisture Content Of The Food Is Retained Thus Making Your Food Juicer, Tender And Fresher Than Conventional Cooking, Food becomes more Delicious, Nutritious & Healthy. The food cooked in clay pot can be cooked without oil due to the natural non-stick property there by aiding fat free meal.
  • Cooking Capacity is 2 Ltrs & Full filling capacity is 2.5 Ltrs, Product Weight: 1.6kg
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Health Benefits of Clay Pot Cooking

Foremost health benefits of clay pot cooking come from its ability to circulate steam throughout cooking. This provides plenty of moisture and means that you can cook with less oil and fat. Since Clay is alkaline in nature and when food is cooked it neutralizes the PH balance of food and hence acts as a natural detox. You will be surprised to know that mud contains all the possible vitamins; even Vitamin B12. Slow cooking process retains all the nutrients of the food that we cook and hence the food is much tastier. Reheating the food always leads to loss of nutrition but if you cook in a clay pot it retains the temperature for a longer time and no worries for reheating.

Because clay is porous, you cannot clean it using soap or normal dishwashing detergent. The soap will soak into the clay and end up leaching into the next meal you cook in the pot. Instead, you need to clean a clay pot using hot water and a stiff brush. Baking soda can be used to remove the odours especially if you have cooked with onion and garlic. For stubborn stains, take rock salt in a scrub pad and scrub it nicely. Fill the pot with hot water and wait for half hour. Discard the water and wash it again.

A tip would be if you want to use your pots for both savory and sweet dishes and you have the storage space, you might want to invest in two pots so that any absorbed flavors won't affect the taste of your recipe.

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