Tawa doesn't have to always be round! Here we have a modern tawa in the convenient square shape. This remarkable tawa combines cutting-edge thinking with time-tested methods. This square tawa has a unique and powerful design, as it is a perfect combination of Non-Stick + Hard Anodized. This high-quality square tawa is perfect for any Indian kitchen. You can fit more food on a square tawa than you could on a conventional round tawa of the same size, and you'll have more room to manoeuvre during cooking. The roomy surface area will allow you to make more substantial dosas, omelettes, crepes, and chillas with less effort, gas, and time spent in the kitchen.
Circulon Non-Stick + Hard Anodized Square Tawa is widely regarded as the best tawa in India. This bestselling hardanodized tawa not only allows you to cook the same staples you would in a round tawa, but it also provides more room to do so. With its larger surface area, you can cook more bacon, bread, and other things at once than with a standard tawa.
This 28cm hard anodized square tawa is perfect for making rotis, chapati, parathas, dosas, phulkas, naans, chillas, pitas, and pesarattus, as well as any other flatbread. You can also use it to make cutlets, eggs, French toast, sandwiches, and pancakes.
What is the process of making hard anodised cookware?
Electrochemical process is used to make hard-anodized pots and pans. By processing, aluminium can achieve the same or even greater durability as stainless steel. Anodization occurs when aluminium is exposed to oxygen in the air. The oxidation process results in the formation of a very thin film. Aluminum oxide forms a barrier that keeps the underlying metal from oxidising.
Chemical immersion is then used to increase the thickness of the aluminium oxide coating. In addition to soaking the utensil in a chemical bath, a current is then passed through it to further harden the surface and render the aluminium non-reactive. This helps protect the tool from rust and scratches.
Is it safe to cook in a hard anodized cookware?
Cooking using hard anodized equipment is risk-free. It is completely safe for human consumption. The barrier provided by the aluminium prevents ions from diffusing into the serving vessel. As a result, leaching is not a cause for concern. Several well-known and extensively marketed companies produce hard anodized aluminium utensils, such as saucepans, and pressure cookers.
Why is hard anodized cookware preferable to non-stick options?
One alternative type of nonstick cookware is hard anodized metal. This means that the surfaces of these pots and pans won't absorb grease or cause food to stick when cooking. They are also far less of a pain to clean than similar cookware without a non-stick coating. Nonetheless, these can typically tolerate metal utensils, unlike traditional non-stick cookware.
These kitchen tools can be used over very high temperatures. Most hard anodized cookware heats rapidly because aluminium is a good heat conductor.
What makes Circulon Non-Stick + Hard Anodized Square Tawa worth buying?
Not only does this premium tawa transfer heat very well, but it also does a good job of spreading the heat about. The outcomes of cooking will be consistent every time.
Its durability exceeds that of stainless steel. Because of this, it has a longer lifespan comparable to other cookware. Hence, you can confidently use it every day to make your roti and other flatbreads without worrying about its longevity.
The coating of this square tawa has a non-stick finish. As a coating, it prevents food from clinging to surfaces. Thus, your food will not stick at all, and they will release cleanly, looking good and tasting great.
It's portable, uncomplicated, and easy to handle. As a result, the tawa can be handled without much effort.
Hard anodized cookware has a much longer lifespan than other non-stick cookware. Thus, it is a one-time expenditure.
This hard anodized tawa has not been treated with PFOA, thus it is perfectly safe to use.
It's non-reactive and doesn't change the flavour of any food.