Our Arra brass tadka pan will bring out the best of Indian cuisine’s traditional flavours. Use it to temper the aromatic spices, and transfer them directly to the main dish like dal, kadhi, sambhar, khichadi, dhokla and more for extra flavour. This pan comes with a wooden handle that provides a secure and comfortable grip. To enhance the life and lustre of your brass cookware, follow the care instructions. Before using your brass cookware for the first time, place it on the flame for a few minutes. Once the brassware has cooled off, wash it with normal water. Follow it up with cooking the desired recipe. -After cooking, transfer the cooked food immediately to a server. Brass being acidic in nature, it is not recommended for storage purposes. -Avoid soaking it in water as it comes with a wooden handle. -It is not dishwasher friendly. So, wash the utensil after cooking, and dry it with kitchen linen.
Tips to maintain the metallic lustre -Though the ageing process for any metal is natural and a sign of its purity, we can prolong the metal’s lustre with a bit of care. -To delay the ageing and tarnishing process, gently rub the brass wares with a thin coat of any cooking oil. -You may use Pitambari powder once in a while, which is readily available in the market. Make a paste of this powder and apply it to the brassware. Let it stay for a few minutes but don’t let the paste dry. Wash it with water to regain its lustre. -Instead of Pitambari powder, you may also polish brassware with ingredients such as tamarind, vinegar or lime.