There's something particularly enticing about sitting down to a table replete with several Indian curries. This stylish and timeless curry bowl will add real authenticity to your next Indian meal, when used as both a cooking pot and serving dish for your curries and side dishes.
Made by hand from stainless steel and copper, using traditional, time-honoured techniques by artisans in the north of India.
The outer copper surface ensures even heat distribution when cooking in the oven or over a gas flame. Use only low to medium heat, as high heat may cause discolouration. Not for use in a microwave.
Now available in two sizes - 13 cm for individual curries, and 17 cm for larger shared dishes.
Hand wash only, using mild detergent, rinse well and dry with a tea towel. Copper naturally develops a dark colouration over time, lending the pot authenticity and charm, but if you prefer to maintain the new clean colour, polishing occasionally with lemon juice will remove tarnish and restore shine. A cleaning cloth is included with each bowl.
Aspiration International works with artisan groups and individual craftspeople all over India, developing markets for their cottage industries.
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