Crafted from natural stone, this cookware will assist you in energy-efficient cooking and will be part of your kitchen for generations. Soapstone cookware with flat base for use in modern kitchen. Home seasoned and tested for immediate use.
Soapstone is a talc-schist, which is a type of metamorphic rock. It is largely composed of the mineral talc and is thus rich in magnesium. Soapstone is commonly believed to have a soothing, balancing effect while creating a positive, calming energy. Soapstone is valued for it the way it helps one prepare for changes in life. It is a soft, dense, heat-resistant rock that has a high specific heat capacity. These properties make it helpful for a wide variety of cookware.
Origin of the product: TamilNadu. In India the use of soapstone utensils are known even before 3rd century B.C
The soapstone should never be heated empty and should never be kept in the refrigerator directly when it is hot. It should be brought to room temperature before it is kept in the refrigerator. Cleaning soapstone utensils are also easy and it doesn’t need heavy scrubbing. It can be washed with diluted cleaning liquid & a sponge with a mild warm water. Keep it in a warm place to dry. Grandmothers do apply little oil after drying the cookware to keep it moist.
To make your dosa on a soapstone dosa kallu, take a onion and cut into half . Dip in oil and grease the pan before pouring dosa mav. Use gingelly oil or peanut oil for the yummy taste. For more details on receipes visit our facebook page.