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What is tawa?
A flat iron griddle called a "roti tawa" is used to cook roti after the dough has been rolled out with a rolling pin. Flatbreads and pancakes like naan, roti, chapati, paratha, dosa, uttapam, and so on are cooked on a tava or tawa. This is an essential and integral part of every Indian kitchen. The tawa is also used to make dishes like tawa-chicken and fish rava fry, which are special to Indian cooking.
What makes Meyer Trivantage tawa special?
Trivantage tawa is a must-have tawa for its strength and durability. It is made of three layers of different metals that are stuck together. An aluminium core between the inner and outer layers of stainless steel helps heat spread quickly and evenly, getting rid of "hot spots" and making cooking go faster. Unlike most cookware, it is very hard to bend, scratch, or make holes in. The bottom layer of stainless steel is magnetised, so it can be used on any kind of cooktop, even one that uses magnets.
The emery finish on the strong stainless steel makes it very smooth, which makes it easy for food to slide across the surface and makes it easy to clean. Since nickel isn't in Japanese stainless steel, you don't have to worry about it getting into your food.
Accessories to prepare roti:
Chakla (Flat surface on which chapattis are rolled)
Chakla is a board that rolls. Most of the time, it is made of marble, but some people use a lighter one made of a block of wood. It is used to roll out roti, chapati, or parantha dough when you don't have a counter-top or would rather not use one. To roll out dough, you can either sit down on the floor with the chakla or stand up and put it on the counter. It can be made of marble, granite, or wood, but bamboo wood is the best choice.
Belan (Indian Rolling pin) (Indian Rolling pin)
Belan is a lot like the rolling pin used in India. Most of the time, it is at least 10 inches long. In most Indian homes, the belan is made of wood. Most of the time, these are narrower than their western counterparts.
Chimta (Indian tongs) (Indian tongs)
Chimta is used to hold hot chapatis and turn them while they are cooking. In English, these tools are usually called "tongs." Most chimtas are now made of steel, even though they used to be made of iron. Most of them also have heat-resistant plastic handles that keep you from getting burned. You can also use these chimtas to hold your rotis or chapatis over an open flame to make them taste more charred and to make the chapatis puff up with hot air.