Cast Iron Kadai Cookware Set
- CAST IRON KADAI – Unlike Nonstick and other pots, Cast Iron is very healthy. All Indian food is flavor-rich and cooked in high heat, making cast iron the best fit for us. It also enriches the iron content in our food.
- NEEM WOOD SAUTE – Scratch free, Heat resistant, Long-life, Non-toxic, Eco-friendly and can be used for cooking curry, Sauting vegetables, Serving purpose, etc.
- SEASONING – All The Indus Valley cast iron products are completely hand seasoned. But Cookware set Online products needs cleaning and seasoning for few times before cooking. Once you received your product, Clean it completely using mild dish-washing liquid and water. After cleaning, wipe it using a soft cloth and heat in a medium flame to dry it. Once it is dry, apply cooking oil all over it and leave it for 6-8 hours. Heat the product under medium flame for 4-5 mins. After 5 mins, switch it off and let it cool down completely. Then, Scrub it with a soft scrubber. Once it is done, use a soft cloth to wipe away the excess oil and store the product in a dry place. Repeat the process for 3- 4 times before starting to cook to get your desired result. On further usage, it becomes non-sticky and your food will taste the best.
- USE & CARE – The Indus Valley’s Cookware set Online products should never be washed with soap. To wash, simply rinse in hot water while scrubbing with a stiff brush. For stubborn food that’s stuck to the pan, boil water in the cookware and let it stand for 10-15 minutes. Then rinse again. Note: Never allow cast-iron to drip dry you should always towel-dry it immediately to prevent rusting. After patting it down with a clean towel, you can also place your cast-iron over low heat on the stove to dry it completely. Adding a thin coat of oil is a good way to prevent rusting.
- CARE INSTRUCTION – Hand washing is best for wooden spatulas. Avoid dishwashers. This can dry them out. Simply wash your wooden spatula with mild soap/warm water and air dry them. If in case your wooden spatula looks dry, rub them with cooking oil periodically. This prevents drying out.