Novena Deluxe Marble 6 Piece Set NNS-004
Novena Deluxe Marble 6 Piece Set NNS-004 is available in Bangladesh.
- 24 cm Casserole (Saucepan) with Glass Lid (9.5-inch diameter x 5-inch depth x 50 mm thickness)
- 26 cm Korai with Glass Lid (10.25-inch diameter x 3.5-inch depth x 50 mm thickness)
- 24 cm Fry Pan with Glass Lid (9.5-inch diameter x 2-inch depth x 50 mm thickness)
Features about Novena Deluxe Marble 6 Piece Set NNS-004:
- Natural Marble Coating (Healthy and Eco-friendly)
- Lasts longer than ordinary non-stick
- High-quality non-stick coating
- PFOA, Heavy Metal and Nickel Free
- Double Aluminium: Forged Extra Thickness
- Deluxe Induction bottom
- Exports to Germany
- Origin (Country of manufacture): China.
A Tawa is a flat or concave disc-shaped frying pan or griddle, usually made of cast iron, aluminum, or carbon steel. It may be enameled or given a non-stick surface.
It’s usually made from cast iron or aluminum. Tawa’s are used quite similarly to Woks in Asian cooking, as they are moved around the pan to stir-fry vegetables. They are also used to prepare all kinds of flatbreads ranging from Chapati and Paratha to Dosa and Cheela. A Tawa may or may not have a handle.
It can also be referred to as a tapa, saj, or sac. They can be flat, but most are convex or concave in shape, and may also be made of sheet iron or steel.
One side is great for making leavened and unleavened flatbreads and pancakes, as well as pitas, pesarattu, and chapati. It can also be used to fry foods in South Asia, where they use it to cook chaat, pav bhaji, and Tawa masala. Fish can be fried inside, as well as meat.
If your roti feels sticky at any point, dust it with some dry flour. Keep rotating the roti in a circular motion and rolling till it’s approx 5-5.5 inches in diameter and is evenly rolled out. Make sure the Tawa or skillet has heated evenly before you start cooking rotis. It should be hot, but not smoking.