Works on any stove top, open fire and charcoal. Store in a closed cabinet / Before every use, heating up the pan sterilizes it. DO NOT WASH OR SOAK IN WATER..
Wipe the pan thoroughly before and after cooking / Re-season the pan after use / Use the pans frequently to avoid rust..
Food cooks evenly on cast iron / Tough and durable / Acts like non-stick pans when seasoned well- REFER YOUTUBE VIDEOS FOR CAST IRON SEASONING TUTORIALS..
WARNING: WASHING THE PAN WILL REMOVE THE SEASONING. PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS..
Imported from INDIA.
3 Health Reasons to Cook with Cast Iron Cooking with Cast Iron
Fortifies Your Food with Iron While cast iron doesn’t leach
chemicals, it can leach some iron into your food...and that’s a
good thing. Iron deficiency is fairly common worldwide,
especially among women. In fact, 10% of American women are
iron-deficient. Cooking food, especially something acidic like
tomato sauce in a cast-iron skillet can increase iron content, by
as much as 20 times. Cast Iron is a Chemical-Free Alternative to
Nonstick Pans Another benefit to using cast-iron pans in place of
nonstick pans is that you avoid the harmful chemicals that are
found in nonstick pans. The repellent coating that keeps food
from sticking to nonstick pots and pans contains PFCs
(perfluorocarbons), a chemical that’s linked to liver damage,
cancer, developmental problems and, according to one 2011 study
in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, early
menopause. PFCs get released—and inhaled—from nonstick pans in
the form of fumes when pans are heated on high heat. Likewise, we
can ingest them when the surface of the pan gets scratched. Both
regular and ceramic-coated cast-iron pans are great alternatives
to nonstick pans for this reason. You Can Cook With Less Oil When
You Use a Cast-Iron Skillet 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 to brown crispy potatoes or sear
chicken when cooking in cast-iron. To season your cast-iron
skillet, 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
gently rub your pan/ skillet with a soft brush and hot water and
dry it completely. Do not remove the natural black oil coating.
eKitchen Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Dosa Tawa | Pan | Dosa Kal Diameter - 12 inches