Cast Iron kadai
Looking for Cookware that last longer ? You have arrived at the right place. The Indus Valley Cast Iron Products last for a life time. They are also, pre-seasoned and ready-to-use.
What makes it good?
Cast Iron gives the traditional rustic taste to your food. It requires very less oil to cook.
Unlike Non stick & other pots, Cast Iron is very healthy. It also enriches iron content in our food.
READY TO USE
It is pre-seasoned & treated with oil for use the first time. And they are ready to use.
Usage & Care
How to Use?
All ‘The Indus Valley’ cast iron products are completely hand seasoned. You can wash the product and start using it.
- Use water and a soft sponge to clean the pan.
- A dish-washing liquid is sufficient to wash off the food remains.
- Once it is clean, dry the cookware completely.
Always pat dry the product before storing it. Do not leave the cookware in the sink for too long. This prevents rusting of iron.
How to Season?
All your products come pre-seasoned and ready to use. If you want to re-season the product you can follow the steps below –
- Wash and pat dry the products. (You can also heat in the stove mildly to remove any water)
- Once it is dry, apply cooking oil all over. Heat the product under medium flame for 4-5 mins.
- After 5 mins, switch it off and let it cool down completely.
- Once it is done, use a soft cloth or tissue to wipe away the excess oil.
- Store the product in a dry place.
- Heavy Duty – Cast Iron Cookware are a timeless must-have for every kitchen. Cast Iron cookware Set is virtually indestructible and will last years, decades.
- Ready to Use – Each Cast Iron Cookware is pre-seasoned and treated with oil for use first time. And they are ready to use.
- Food Safe – Cast Iron Cookware are completely safe for cooking any type of food. It enriches your food with iron. The cast iron cookware set is toxic free. So it is safe to use.
- Natural – Unlike Non-stick and other Pans, Cast Iron Cookware Set is very Healthy. It is Chemical Free, Traditional and Non-Toxic.
Why Is Cast Iron Cookware Better Than Non-stick?
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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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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
- Before first use of the new Cast Iron Kadai large, wash it thoroughly.
- Wipe the cast iron Kadai dry and do not allow it to air dry. It can also be dried by mildly heating it on the stove.
- Once dry, spread an adequate amount of cooking oil across the cooking surface of the kadai before each use.
- To remove stuck food, boil water in the kadai to loosen the residue.
- Rinse and towel dry the kadai. Hand wash only.
- Use mild soap water only in case of stickiness on the cooking surface.
- Once dry, apply a layer of cooking oil on the surface and store it in a cool and dry space.