What are the Benefits of Cooking in Clay Pot

If you are wondering “can you cook in clay pots?” We would like to tell you that Not only the “ Meen Chatti Curry ” which has returned to trend but also the use of clay pots. Yes, It is time for us to get back to the Basics. Because In the earlier part of Indian culture, people used Earthenware as their fundamental essential part of living. But nowadays so many other utensils have come that clay pot has become an option. but either way we will help you understand why it is necessary to choose clay pot as your option by sharing a few of its valuable benefits through this blog.

One of the worth mentioning benefits about Clay Pot is that they add unique flavor to your food. It is because of the fact that these clay pot cuties are made up of Clay that are alkaline in real. This nature of it gets along with the food during cooking process casually balancing the ph. After the getting along they not only do a great job in making the food healthier but also creates the aroma which stays in your mind literally forever. These clay pot makes your food rich in health aka minerals like iron, phosphorus, calcium etc.

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Claypot could actually help you with your Cholesterol level up to some extent. Remember only to a certain extent. Cooking in claypots is a unhurried process cause of its heat resistance ,so it makes the food retain all of its oil and moisture, thereby avoiding that extra oil which is making your cholesterol level skyrocket.

Apart from the fact that it’s helpful for your cooking and health it also has a cool property holding promises to the environment. As they come from soil whenever you plan to decompose them  they readily decompose back into it. Which is a complete biodegradable process. Unlike other utensils which aren’t biodegradable. As we discussed earlier about the slow heating process of claypots ,it also benefits in retaining the mouthwatering and aromatic nature of the food throughout the day.

Choosing the right clay pot is as important as knowing their benefits because many clay pots and earthenware  are unglazed which could possibly contain lead ,mercury and other things that  are hazardous to health.

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This is where we come into picture to help you choose the right claypots. We are Ecocraft india 

Primarily focusing building products on traditional cookware which promotes better taste and health.

We see each order as a piece of art and its crafted by local artisan who helps preserving the culture and tradition everyday. We are best known for our seamless shipping process because we know its a worry when it comes to Claypots. We also believe that sustainability is not a trend but necessary  requirement for the better future.

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How To Use Earthenware or Clay pots

  • Use earthen cookware only for cooking where the temperature rise takes place gradually. sudden rise or fall of the temperature will lead to its cracking.
  • Never add broth or cold water into an earthen pot that is already heated.
  • Do not use scratchy powdered cleaner for cleaning your earthenware. Use only a mild soap.
  • To remove food items stuck to your unglazed earthenware, simply soak it in water without detergent. The detergent might be absorbed by the earthenware and prove poisonous while being used the next time.
  • Pot may remain hot after use, use gloves or cloth to hold the pot.
  • This traditionally engineered product is seasoned. Soak the pot in starch for 2-3 hours. Let the pot to dry in sun, then wash off the remaining starch before using the pot.
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