Zoom Indian Patila Pot with Brass Handles

Indian Patila Pot with Brass Handles

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Handcrafted in India, this Patila Pot combines the durability of cold rolled steel with the elegance of brass handles. With its functional shape and sturdy build, our Patila embodies the essence of slow cooking, allowing flavors to meld and develop, resulting in delicious, aromatic dishes. Its tight fitting lid and traditional design facilitates even eat distribution, essential for perfecting savory curries, biryanis, and other traditional delicacies.

Moradabad Masterpiece

Our collection of Indian Kitchen Essentials is meticulously crafted in the heart of Moradabad, India, where tradition meets culinary excellence. Each piece in this collection embodies the rich heritage of Moradabad's metalwork craftsmanship, showcasing the perfect blend of functionality and artistry. From utensils to servingware, these kitchen essentials are designed to elevate your traditional Indian cooking experience.

Seasoning Instructions

Seasoning your Patila creates a protective patina that helps provide a smooth, non-stick surface while infusing flavor into your dishes. The patina also helps prevent corrosion and rust, and will become thicker and heavier with each use.

1. Clean off protective factory oil.
2. Heat patila on stovetop over high heat. Tilt pan to heat all sides. **Smoke may be released, and the pan's color will change when exposed to heat.
3. Allow pot to cool, then coat inside and outside of the pan in a thin layer of vegetable oil.
4. Return pot to the burner over medium-high heat. Tilt the pot until the oil stops releasing smoke on all sides. The pot should have a matte finish and dark hue.
5. Rinse with hot water, wipe dry, and heat on stove over high heat to evaporate remaining water.

Dimensions and Care

9'' across x 3.25'' high.

Season before first use (see above).

To clean - Handwash only; NOT dishwasher safe.

1. Scrub the inside and outside of pot with a scouring pad and hot, soapy water.
2. Rinse completely and dry with a towel.
3. Place on stovetop over medium-high heat to evaporate any leftover water.
4. Apply a thin coat of vegetable oil to protect against rusting.

**Do not store food in pot after cooking/serving to prevent tarnishing.