Clay Cooking Pot, Clay Pot, Mankalam, Manpatram, Earthen Pots, Nadan Mankalam - Buy Online
Clay Pot - Traditional Rough Finish
Clay Pots or Mankalam is traditionally popular cooking vessel and its prominently used in making boiled rice, payasam, rice porridge, sambar etc. Unlike other clay vessels, this variety has more height and the opening portion at the top has less diameter compared to normal curry pot. Clay pots are an indigenous cooking vessel made from genuine quality clay. Clay cooking vessels are very popular across the globe. Making process involves artisans, placing the clay on top of a running wheel, using bare hands, moulding it to the shape of cookery pot, after drying, heating this within a furnace-like structure. Wood is the main raw material used in these furnaces as burning wood would provide the heat required for the moulded clay to get fired and become strong. The use of wood gives away smoke and ash which sometimes results in giving away dark spots on these clay cookwares, it's quite natural and healthy. The initial use of clay cookwares involves the seasoning process which when compared to other utensils is really a simple process. Have a look at the dimensional details of these clay fish curry pot.
Dimensions of Clay Cooking Pot, Clay Pot, Mankalam, Manpatram, Earthen Pots, Nadan Mankalam
- Weight - 800gm - 1.2kg
- Diametre at the top - 15cm -19cm
- Height - 12cm -16cm