Terracotta unglazed cooking handi with lid/handmade cook n serve clay pot/earthen cookware

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Terracotta Vegetable handi

Size of 9x9x5

weight of 1.500 kg

Quantity Contain 1

Safe for use on stove and microwave

Soak the products in water for 10-12 hours before use to ensure that the pores become moist.
For the initial 3-4 dishes, cook items like lentils (dal) or porridge having high water content. Following which it can be used for cooking all types of food items.
Keep hot terracotta vessels on a stand rather than directly on a surface until it cools and allow it to regain normal temperature.
For cleaning, allow the clay pot to cool after cooking and then soak it for a minute in lukewarm water to loosen bits of food
To remove the food items, use hot water and a gentle scrub with salt.
You can add two tablespoons of baking soda to neutralize the strong odors.
Avoid using soaps and detergents unless they are very mild and neutral.
If any mold forms during storage, sprinkle with baking soda and rinse with warm water and brush. Boiling in water for 30 minutes can open up clogged pours.
After washing, ensure that the pot is thoroughly dry before storing. Store the clay pot with the lid off allowing the air to circulate.
Don't put the bottle in the refrigerator or pour ice cold water in it as it may crack due to the temperature difference.
After washing, ensure that the pot is thoroughly dry before storing. Store the clay pot with the lid off allowing the air to circulate.
Avoid keeping an empty terracotta vessel on the flame.
Cooking vessels are microwavable.
Serve your meal with the essence of tradition. It is in great used condition- no cracks or chips. It is functional and a great piece of folk art.
Red clay has many health benefits since it is a rich source of minerals. These ve

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