Cast Iron Cookware – How I Ended Up Buying My Cast Iron Skillet !
Cast Iron Cookware
Cast Iron Cookware – Advantages & Disadvantages
Then I had to decide what to use next! I ended up trying most of the cookwares out there, all in vain. I read articles, watched some videos, trying to acquire knowledge about healthy cookwares. After all the troublesome search, I found Cast Iron cookwares and started using them. After a week of cooking, I’m in love with my Cast Iron Cookware. It’s really an awesome way to cook healthy foods. The best thing about it is; cooks evenly, heats quickly, and you can use it on your stove and even in the ovens. You can even use it outdoor over a burning wood of fire, or on the grill! So tell me what’s not to love about it?! The only impediment I found using them was; it’s heavy, and not dishwasher safe! But on the good side, there are plenty of benefits.
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Cast Iron Cookware – Cast Iron Dosa Tawa
Now I know the first thing you would own is the Cast Iron Dosa Tawa, if you have any cast iron at all! But what makes this skillet so special? Ever wondered?! Size, yes you heard me right! Cast Iron Dosa Tawa has different sizes ranging from 10 inch to 14 inch. So it’s very easy to choose, depending upon what you are cooking. Be it a small omelette or making crispy masala dosa’s (it’s basically a variation of South Indian dosa, which originates from Tuluva Mangalorean cuisine. It is prepared using rice, lentils, potato, methi and curry leaves. They serve it with chutneys and sambar. You can just drool over it’s taste).
While I use my large skillets occasionally, the 13 inch is my favorite. It’s pretty much my everyday skillet. I almost use it every morning to cook my eggs in it and to heat leftovers. Very easy to handle for daily use. Anyone having kids, knows that they want something different to eat everyday! They simply just can’t have the same thing everyday which puts us on a grueling schedule. This is where the 13 inch dosa tawa comes in handy for heating small individual meals.