Amrpali Indian desi mitti ka Chula exlusive by us Terracotta Clay Small Chulah

Amrpali Indian desi mitti ka Chula exlusive by us Terracotta Clay Small Chulah

from India
to UAE
in 5-8 days
At your doorstep by Apr 19  to Apr 22 with standard delivery


  • What makes the food cooked in this traditional chulha lip-smacking? If you have ever had the chance to eat food made in the mud chulha, it has a smoky flavour due to the use of cow dung cakes, which ultimately enhances the overall food experience, if experts are to be believed, there are villages in India, where people still prefer food made on mud chulha as it is more flavorsome..
  • While the new-age people find it a polluting agent, it is believed that the use of mud chulha in the open courtyard for cooking along with cow dung cake helps purify the house and air. It also keeps the house free from mosquitoes and insects..
  • During the 4-day holy festival of Chhat Puja, in the Indian state of Bihar, the first day begins with cooking rice and bottle gourd on clay chulha. It is believed that when food is cooked on a chulha, a Sattva-predominant environment is created in the area. It takes away the negative energies of the house and welcomes the deities with all positivity. Therefore, any individual who enters there gets the benefit of that environment..
  • The traditional way of cooking on mud chulha which involves the use of earthen pots works wonders when comes to naturally enhancing the flavours of the dish. As per the food experts, the food cooked in earthen pot on mud chulha is rich in nutrients as it helps retain the moisture and the aroma of the cooked food..
  • The flame on gas stoves is harsh and may rob of certain nutrients in the food while cooking on it, however the flame on a clay chulha is not too harsh and so the cooked food doesn’t lose its natural moisture and nutritional value. The clay stove uses slow cooking process so it keeps the minerals in the food intact..
  • Imported from India.
Chulha is a U-shaped mud stove made from local clay. After the clay formation is complete, it is finished by covering it with a coat of clay and cow dung mixture. The thickness of the walls is not as important as the dimensions of the fire-side are. The front of the chulha has an apron. This apron helps hold the fuel to be burnt (usually wood, sticks, cow dung patties, straw, crop waste etc). Once the process of cooking is complete the apron holds the ashes, which are removed later. To cook on such traditional stoves, one must squat on one's haunches or sit on the floor. Burning of cow dung is supposed to purify the stove. A mixture of clay and cow dung is routinely prepared to coat the cooking surface of the stoves The Chulha is a simple, modular concrete-block stove covered in brown clay. It features two potholes: one for circulating hot air for steamed foods such as rice, and the other for heating flat pans holding chipati (fried bread) and similar dishes. The modular format was chosen to facilitate production, assembly, installation and the replacement of parts. Another goal of the project is to enable local people and entrepreneurs — especially women-run enterprises — to produce and sell the Chulha, based on a special training kit and open-source manufacturing plans made available

Amrpali Indian desi mitti ka Chula exlusive by us Terracotta Clay Small Chulah

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