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Welcome to Gowri Samayalarai Let us know the benefits and how to use the Iron utensils / vessels Some say that cooking with iron utensils helps us to gain iron in our body. Veg or Non Veg gravy tastes so good in iron utensils 2 years ago I read an article called "Lucky Iron Fish" I would like to share about that article here Dr. Christopher charles was

a Biotech student He made an research among the people of Cambodia, who were deficient in Iron content in their body He gave an suggestion to the people, to cook the food using the iron utensils. Since the people there could not afford to buy the iron utensils they opt. only for Aluminium utensils Christopher having this in his mind, he prepared a small Iron bar to be placed in

the vessels they cook. So that while cooking, the iron content in the metal bar gets added to the cooked food, even though the utensils are of any other material. He distributed this Iron bar to all the houses in that village, but no one used it as he instructed. Instead they used the iron bar as a paper weight, support for chair legs, so on... So, he got worried

and started to find a way to make them understand the need of iron. Then he started to study the History and traditions of Cambodian people. By studying their history and tradition, he found that fish is the most desirable and in their tradition. So he got an idea to make the iron bar like a fish. And he added a Cambodian lucky symbol in the designed Iron

Fish. Then he distributed the Iron made fish to all the families in that village They then accepted it with much happiness They looked that iron fish as lucky so that, good things would happen if they use it. keeping it in mind and thinking spiritually, they placed the lucky iron fish in their cooking utensils while cooking. After some days, 80% of Anemic disorder was cured for the Cambodian people,

who all used this Iron Fish in their food. Really this article was so interesting and the video links of this story is given in the description part for your reference. There is a separate market to buy Iron utensils in all the areas and places. Mostly this Iron utensils are available near the temples. Try to buy the thickest iron utensil, so that its life will be good. But, more

the thicker more the cost. So never mind the cost the thicker utensil will be the essential one. Normally this Tawa shown here is a forged iron. It means a iron sheet hammered to form the shape of the tawa. There is another method, which the tawa is done by casting method. The cast iron made utensils cost half the price of forged iron utensils. So do not buy the

cast iron made tawa. Opt only for forged iron Tawa. I washed this tawa 2 days before, now it has the traces of rust on the surface. Now look at this tawa, this one is little thinner than the other. It is lighter in weight than the other one. I use this lighter tawa to cook simple gravy dishes. It is more rusted now. Do not worry about the rust Naturally the iron gets

rusted. Before using the utensil wash the tawa using a scrubber, so that all the rust gets washed away. This iron utensils absorb less oil than the Non stick pans. Cooking in this utensils gives good taste to Veg as well as No-Veg foods Wash the utensil as shown here There is no restriction, you can cook any dishes in this iron utensil This utensil is 12 years old iron utensil. I

used this utensil for cooking as maximum I can. But now, I am using it for mixing hair pack in this utensil. Keeping the mixture for a day in this utensil and applying it to the hair is so good for the hair. Check for Herbal Hair Pack video in my channel This is iron Paniyaram (A kind of South Indian sweet) making utensil This is better than the non

stick one Tips for better baking of Dosa and Paniyaram: Take some filtered boiled rice water and wash the Dosa tawa or the Paniyaram tawa and fill the tawa with the boiled rice water and leave it over night. Then wash the tawa next day and apply the gingelly oil to the cooking area. Now cook the batter with slow flame Then throw out the first cooked batter andt use the

tawa normally to bake further. If you buy a new Iron utensil or tawa, wash it first and fill it with water fully and boil the water. Then pour off the boiled water to use it further. This is a weightless Paniyaram Tawa This tawa is sticky, so I am not using this Paniyaram tawa. BUying a thicker one is better. You can see in hotels where they use thick

Iron slabs (4" to 6" thick) to make, Parotta, dosa and other dishes. Which will provide good constant heat and non sticky After some years the tawa get scaled up at the edges, where we don't apply the batter till the edges. If the scaling is too much then you can go for the new one. For chapathi, no need of thick pans or tawa If the Dosa pan or

tawa is scaled up more, then you can use it under Biriyani cooking vessel for Dum Cooking (Slow heating process). Or you can use it for fish fry, chicken fry (Tawa fry) The tips shared so far might be useful, so try using the Iron utensils like this for being healthy. Check the Video links of Lucky Iron Fish story in the description. Share this tips with your friends.
Welcome to Gowri Samayalarai Let us know the benefits and how to use the Iron utensils / vessels Some say that cooking with iron utensils helps us to gain iron in our body. Veg or Non Veg gravy tastes so good in iron utensils 2 years ago I read an article called "Lucky Iron Fish" I would like to share about th...