A dosa, the popular thin pancake of South India is a delicacy of the world. However, the finesse of making this is one that makes it truly delicious. The 12" dosa tawa from P-TAL should be soaked in oil overnight. This helps in avoidances of the dosa sticking on to the tawa making it glide and come out easily. A move towards giving you the taste of India, this tawa makes the kitchen complete.
Brass Dosa Tawa can be used to cook a variety of dishes including dosas, pancakes, Chillas, since its tin coated on the inside, it is naturally non-stick and enhances the taste too.
The brass dosa tawa from P-TAL makes this cooking & eating a memorable experience. The healthy metal keeps the nutrition intact. The size of the tawa makes the cooking of dosas quite unique experience. Also, the heating is more as compared to normal non-stick tawas. A must requisite for any pancake lover.
Size in inches (LxBxH): 12x12 x 1 (roughly, can vary due to handcrafted)
Weight in kg : between 1.2 - 1.4
Finish: Hammered Golden Finish (handcrafted in pure brass) and tin coated on the inside.
Note: Any variation in weight & size are the characteristic of handcrafted products. The product does not come with the ladle in the image. The ladle is just for reference and can be bought from the brass ladle set on our website.
Open to preorders only, will take min. Of 2 weeks to dispatch.
1. Why tin coated ? We came up with the product for making dosas, got it tested by a food expert and it is completely safe to make dosas or pancakes on it without being worried about sticking.
2. Things to remember before making that first dosa, Firstly make a basic chapati or paratha on it, then leave it overnight with some oil on it (prefer sesame oil) and in morning you shall have a seamless experience.
1. We did see Thatheras using brass tawas in their houses. But, we didn't quite know the market potential of the product at that time. After launching it, we realised that people do love it.
2. Brass & copper being good conductor of heat, when used as cookware helps you save gas. They are a smart step towards sustainability.
It can be difficult to see the ageing of metal but that is the sign of purity! This product can be washed normally like other utensils. A day in an entire week can be kept for special cleaning incase needed. Pitambari powder, which is easily available in the market, can be applied to the products and rinsed off with water to give them a shiny look. Feel free to use household sour elements like a mixture of tamarind+salt or a mixture of wheat+vinegar/lime+salt, if pitambari is not available.
Imperfections are the hallmark and beauty of handcrafted products. Minor black marks and scratches are part of the process of making brass, copper and kansa products. We do not accept returns for such minor marks and hope you embrace the beauty and accept them in their raw form.