Black pottery clay pots/earthen kadai/appa chatty pre-seasoned
Type COOKING & SERVING VESSEL
Size & Quantity 27 x 27 x 10 cm; 1 litre
Benefits Cooking in clay pots give you calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, sulfur and several other compounds that our body benefits from •Clay being alkaline in nature helps in neutralizing the Ph balance of the food by interacting with the acid present in the food.
Clay is a porous material, allows heat and moisture circulate evenly This helps in cooking vegetables and meat evenly. •Moisture content of the food is retained thus making your food juicer, tender and fresher.
What Can You Cook In Clay Pots Stews, Curries, Dals, Biryani
WHAT IS A DEEP BURNED CLAY POT OR BLACK POTTERY?
Deep Burned Clay pots are made using a very old traditional Pottery technique. A normal red clay pot is kilned once, and are not exposed to naked flame. But deep burned pots are kilned two times, for the second time, potters literally burn the pots stacked together with wood and hay at a temperature nearly 1200 degrees• This makes the pots strong and durable. • Deep Burned Pots Can Withstand any temperature and last long.