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Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Traditional Flat Tawa 6mm Thickness

Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Traditional Flat Tawa 6mm Thickness

Regular price Rs. 810.00
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  • STRONG & DURABLE:- Size : Thickness - 6mm; It comes with dual handle with premium grip for easy to use; The pan heats quickly and spreads heat evenly which helps in reducing hot spots that can burn food, as a result, your cookware will continue to provide an exceptional cooking experience.
  • ONE-PIECE DESIGN:- No screws, no rivets, no weld joints and has comfortable depth.
  • MULTI-FUNCTIONAL:- Can use for Dosa Roti, Chapati, Paratha, Bhakari, Phulka ,Egg Omelette, Paneer tikki, Pizza etc.. Works on any stove top,induction stove, electric stove, open fire and charcoal.
  • HEALTHY COOKING:- Cast Iron is a Chemical-Free Alternative to Nonstick tawas; Another benefit to using cast-iron tawas in place of nonstick tawas is that you avoid the harmful chemicals that are found in nonstick tawas; Acts like non-stick pans when seasoned well.
  • HOW TO USE: - Clean the tawa thoroughly after cooking; Re-season the tawa after use; Use the tawa frequently.

eKitchen cast iron tawa is designed to deliver premium quality and smart innovation to make them more functional while remaining true to tradition. Cooking in cast iron cookware is good for health, so this is must have cookware in your kitchen for healthy cooking. Our tawa have a wider cooking surface and perfect for delicious crispy dosas and getting that authentic charred flavour in your daily cooking. SAVES COOKING GAS High-quality cast material heats quickly, evenly and retains heat longer. Adds a STRONG AUTHENTIC INDIAN FLAVOUR to your preparations. Cast Iron cookware improves with age and frequent use. You can cook with less oil when you use a Cast Iron Tawa. That lovely sheen on cast-iron cookware is the sign of a well-seasoned pan, which renders it virtually nonstick. The health bonus, of course, is that you won't need to use gads of oil when cooking in cast-iron. To season your cast-iron tawa, cover the bottom of the pan with a thick layer of kosher salt and a half inch of cooking oil, then heat until the oil starts to smoke. Carefully pour the salt and oil into a bowl, then use a ball of paper towels to rub the inside of the pan until it is smooth. To clean cast iron, never use soap. Simply scrub your skillet with a stiff brush and hot water and dry it completely.
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