Wooden Ladle Set – Dosa Flip + Appam Flip







Wooden Dosa Flip 14.2 Inch
Wooden Appam Flip 13.5 Inch



70's kitchen Wood ladle set - Appam flip + dosa flip
Wooden Ladle Set - Dosa Flip + Appam Flip 1,000.00 599.00


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Cast Iron Appam Pan


cast iron cookware

70’S KITCHEN Cast iron Cookwares are made by heating and melting blocks of iron and steel materials together in a factory. Then it undergoes a process to increase the carbon levels of the cast iron molten liquid and following that the molten liquid is poured into the mold made of sand, water and powdered clay. After some time the Cast Iron Cookware is cooled down the mold is broken down and the cookware is released, later the cookware undergoes a smoothing process and after that it will be ready to be sold.

Why Cast Iron Cookware

Probably people think cast iron cookware is an ancient style of cookware and won’t be able to withstand the modern aluminum cookware but the there is huge amount of people changing back to cast iron cookware, here are the few reasons why:

Cast Iron comes with health benefits

The major reason people are buying cast iron cookware is because of the health benefits, whereas some non-stick coated cookware are known to emit toxic fumes when they are heated past certain temperatures, whereas the cast iron cookware is not coated with anything and does not emit any toxic fumes at any high temperatures.

Cast Iron lasts forever?

Cast iron cookware lasts forever so people invest their money on something that they’ll be able to use for a long time unlike other cookware which have an average life expectancy of 3-4 years.

How to Season It ?

  1. Scrape the pan with steel wool until there are no more rust spots.
  2. Wash the cookware with warm, soapy water.
  3. Dry the piece completely. This is an important step that will keep new rust spots from appearing. First, dry with a cloth, then place it on a range burner and let the heat dry your pot or pan the rest of the way.
  4. Soak paper towels with cooking oil and use them to coat the inside of your cookware with a thin layer of oil.
  5. Place the cookware on the oven or burner heat it for 3-6 min .
  6. Remove your pan from the oven/burner and let it cool. It’s now ready to use!

How to Care Your Cast Iron Cookware

Although cast iron is very durable, you still have to take certain precautions to keep it clean and rust free.

Keep it Dry: Cast iron cookware will require attention immediately after you’re done using it. You can wash it with a little bit of soap and water, but you’ll have to leave it sitting on a hot burner for a few minutes after you towel dry it. Any amount of water left in the pan can cause a rust spot.

Reseason Frequently: Seasoning is the process that creates a non-stick layer on your cookware. Be sure to re season your cast iron often, especially when you first buy or restore it. The more times you use your cookware, the better the layer of seasoning will work.

Coat with Oil After Every Wash: Before you put your cast iron skillet or pot away, be sure to wipe it down with a light coating of oil to protect the seasoning.

Cast iron cookware has been around forever, and it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. If you want to get in on this trend, follow these tips and you’ll be whipping up pan-seared steaks and skillet cornbread in no time.

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