Crispy dosa with a favourite chutney or sambar in the morning surely would make our day special.
All we need is a traditional kitchen tool to do this.
Tredy Foods is delighted to present to you the unique Soapstone Dosa Tawa.
It is one of the best and traditional stone cookware that can be your kitchen friendly utensil.
Make you dosa with this natural Stone Dosa Tawa that spreads the heat equally and also retains it for a bit longer.
Cooking foods on a stone utensil is really unique since it gives a good flavour to foods.
You are just one click away to get this Dosa Pan. Buy Stone Dosa Tawa Online from us and get it delivered to your doorstep.
Soapstone Cookware Seasoning Methods :
Commonly one can’t use the new soapstone cookware directly for cooking. We have to season the soapstone cookware completely and make it fit to cook. The seasoning process takes almost 10 days to finish.
Place the Dosa Tawa on a mat on the flat surface (table or slab)
Clean the surface of the Dosa Tawa thoroughly using the newspaper or dry tissue paper.
Pour castor oil or any edible oil , mix the turmeric powder and apply on all sides
Add more edible oil & turmeric powder as required
At the end of the day, oil is absorbed by Dosa Tawa completely
Day 2 to Day 4:
Repeat the first day process daily for three more days using edible oil & turmeric powder as required
Dosa Tawa color changed from white to black once the oil observed completely
Remove the excess oil from the Dosa Tawa using newspaper or dry tissue paper
Use the hot water to clean completely and allow it to dry it for one full day
Day 6 to Day 9:
For next three days pour the hot rice starch water and dip it in it for three days. Replace the hot starch water in daily basis (In-between these days don’t use the normal water or soap water, use only starch water)
Remove the Dosa Tawa from rice starch water and wash using mild dish wash liquid. After dried Dosa Tawa attains dark black color now. Initially heat must be introduced to Dosa Tawa very slowly . So fill it up with hot water and allow it to cool slowly
Now the Dosa Tawa is ready for cooking.
Note: Don’t give sudden high heat for initial few times of cooking. Never keep empty pot on the flame directly