CAST IRON FAQ
Not only is it safe, but a very healthy transition from non-stick cookware.
Seasoning makes the cooking surface naturally non-stick and gets even better with use.
Cast iron enhances the taste of your food. It brings restaurant like flavors to safe home cooked food.
If exposed to water for a prolonged period of time, it is possible. But do not worry, we got you. Regular seasoning ensures that cast iron cookware remains rust free. (Seasoning steps above in product description)
Not at all. Seasoning the cookware, is all the care that it needs.
The Indus Valley cast iron cookware are built to last for more than a lifetime, so you don’t ever have to worry about having it replaced.
You can cook any kind of food in cast iron cookware, but when cooking food with citric (lemon or tomato) ingredients, it is always recommended to shift it to another vessel post cooking.
The Indus Valley Cast iron cookware is built to cook on gas stoves and ovens.
Regularly. It gets better with use.
If the surface is rusted, scrub the rust away, wash the surface, wipe it dry and season it. Your cookware is now good to use.
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Bronze Paniyaram Pan 9 pit
Why Choose Bronze Paniyaram Pan?
Bronze is a durable material and will last you for ages! This is a unique heirloom that will be a treasured family secret.
Bronze is a good conductor of heat. It distributes heat evenly, for that perfectly cooked meal!
Completely safe and reliable alternative to those nasty non stick utensils. Only good utensils for your food.
Usage and Care
- Avoid bronze utensils for cooking or storing acidic food items. (food with tamarind and lime)
- The use of metal scrubs is commonly not recommended.
- Do not soak in water for a long time.
- Wash them with delicate detergents and mild soaps.
- Use a soft sponge to clean the vessel.
- Soak the utensils in tamarind water for a while to remove oxidization from time to time. It brings back the shine otherwise you also can scrub using tamarind skin.
- Bronze that’s is not lacquered will stain and corrode easily if it’s left with food or liquid. It is best to clean your bronze utensils immediately after use.
About The Indus Valley
Cookware as safe as home food.
The utensils you use matters as much as the ingredients. You deserve only clean, natural and non-toxic cookware.
We get deep into the science of cookware to make it safe for your family