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Ulathna / Palta / Spatula - KB020

₹495.00 -17% Off ₹600.00

Kitchen Brass palta is a Traditional Cookware especially used for making rotis, chapatis, parathas etc. Widely used in India and other Indian continents with different names. It prevents dishes hold on to the bottom and to turn rotis and parathas on tava Long term valuable product easy to use and clean and make our cooking effortless Also works as an added gifting solution, well designed to suit your comfort and convenience Good for all types of kitchen, almost a complete kitchen starter in tools and utilities Choose our traditional cookware and use Brass Spatula to bring in a sophisticated shine to your kitchen. Availing it might make you want to cook more often than usual!    

Weight 0.215 (Kg)     

Diameter (Inches) 14.5  x width (Inches) 3.5   

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Usage  

This traditional, hand-crafted long-handled, solid brass spatula, is one of the essential utensils of the typical Indian kitchen With a hammered finish and light brassy sheen, this ingenious spatula will help make rotis and dosas fun! These Spoons gives you an elegant dining and serving experience as they are easy to use and hold, have a good grip, and the greatest part about it is the antibacterial quality of the spoon.   


Health benefits  

The antibacterial properties of brass make this handmade strainer ladle  healthy just like your serving.  


Artistic Value  

Most of the brass utensils are still handmade, hence it requires skilled artisans to make these utensils. The livelihood of all these artisans depends solely on the earnings from these products With every passing year the number of skilled artisans is dwindling considerably.    
 

Traditional Value  

Various utensils and tableware made of brass are in use in kitchens and homes the world over for more than a thousand years. The shine and gleam of this metal are slowly fading away due to the intrusion of modern ways coming into the place like nonstick cookware, stainless steel, and other refined alternatives causing an immense loss to health.  

To clean, use mild soap or castile soap, lime, and salt or Pitambari powder. NOT Dishwasher Safe. Abrasive cleaning pads not recommended. Alternatively, use tamarind, or vinegar for cleaning the brass vessel onc

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