Kal Chatti is a cooking vessel mainly used to prepare curries, sambar, Rasam, etc. It can also be used to make gravies, but it is not suitable for dry food preparation. It is an eco-friendly product and does not contain any chemical, so it is a toxin-free cooking vessel. It is crafted by sculpturer who are involved in manufacturing company so that the dimension may be not approx but assure the mentioned volume.
Kal Chatti is carved out of soapstone; it is made of soft stone. The capable of the Kal Chatti is one ltr, and the color of the Kal Chatti is white. It might be gray to black depends on the seasoning. It is a fully handmade product. The outer layer of the wall is thick and heavy.
Method of usage
Mainly used this stoneware in the woodstove. It is also compatible with a gas stove. While cooking, you have to keep on low flame once the Kal Chatti is heated up. You can do a regular washing method with a scrub to wash the Kal Chatti.
Kal Chatti has a heavy outer layer wall that ensures the safest cooking.
As it has a porous surface, so the heat circulates evenly within the Kal Chatti. Thus helps to enhance the food aroma.
Kal Chatti is made by soapstone vessels, so the food does not stick while cooking. So you don’t have to put strain while washing it.
Soapstone is easy to clean.
You can directly place the Kal Chatti over the flame, coals, fire, toaster grill, and oven. You no need to worry about the stone will break.
Kal Chatti maintains the heat even you switched off the flame. So you can turn off the flame for a few minutes before the food is ready. Thus helps to save the fire and energy.
Soapstone vessels have a porous surface so that the cool air can come throughout the porous. It keeps the food fresher for a long time.
Forget the refrigerator to keep your food cool and fresh. You can store the food in this Kal Chatti at the normal temperature.
|Model Name||Kal Chatti- 1 ltrs|
|Dimensions (Length x Height)||Approx 4-6 x 3.5-6 inches|
|Tolerance in Volume||+/- 100 ml|
|Weight||1.5 – 2.5 kg|
|Sales Package||Handcrafted Stoneware|
|Name of the Stone||Maakkal/Soapstone|
|Country of Manufacture||India|