Mittihub Handmade products, 100% Eco-friendly, Clay pot/Mitti ke bartan, Tagine Pot for Cooking, Handmade clay tajine, Tajine, Pot for Baking, Terracotta Cooking Pot
- Brand: Mittihub
- Design: Handcrafted
- Material: Terracotta
- Dimension (HxW): 8 x 35 inch
- Weight: 1 kg
- Color: Natural brown
- Cook your healthy meal of stews, soups and khichri with MITTIHUB’s terracotta tagine and enjoy it a healthier way. Also, you would get to enjoy the exquisite earthy aroma the clay vessel gives to your healthy bowl of stews and soups. It is perfect for cooking Khichri as it gives the traditional Indian dish an authentic touch.
How to Clean
- Try not to use soap or detergent to clean as they will eventually get soaked into the pores of the clay and then will leach into your food the next time you will cook in it. Also do not wash your earthenware in extreme temperatures water as it may cause a crack in your pot. To remove the stains try to use a very soft brush to clean the pot. At last, Do not use abrasive scouring powders because they will clog the pores and make the pot useless. Now as we charted out the don’ts for Clay Pot let us move on to the necessary dos to be followed for general cleaning.
- Whenever you clean the pot use a little bit of baking soda or salt as a cleanser with a scrub sponge and allow the earthen pot to soak overnight in the sink in water mixed with baking soda or salt. Using baking soda will allow you to get rid of a strong odor and stubborn stains. After submerging it thoroughly, take it out and wash it under running water with a soft scrubber. Now let it sun dry for at least 15 mins. Directions of Cleaning a Clay Pot.