Dip into our newest edit of modern reiterations of old-school clay cookware and terracotta kitchen accents, all handmade lovingly by artisans. Rich in micronutrients, clay cooking utensils are also alkaline in nature, and use lesser oil in cooking to prepare food that is both healthy and tasty.
- This product has been handcrafted, thus, there will be colour, size variation and the product will have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome in a handmade product.
- Care and Maintenance: Terracotta care is minimal but integral to a long life. Use a heat diffuser when cooking with Terracotta on the stove, and don’t go hotter than medium-low until you get used to cooking with Terracotta on the stove. After you get accustomed, you can go as high as a medium. Always start cooking food in a room-temperature pot and in a 200-F oven; increase the oven temperature to the desired temperature over a 5-minute period. Clean Terracotta using a mild dish detergent or in the dishwasher if it’s labeled dishwasher safe. Soak the pot in water for 15 minutes and wipe it dry before each use.