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Cast-Iron Mortar & Pestle | Silbatta |Spice, Medicine Grinder Masher| Okhli | Musal | Khalbatta | Ideal for Hand Grinder

Cast-Iron Mortar & Pestle | Silbatta |Spice, Medicine Grinder Masher| Okhli | Musal | Khalbatta | Ideal for Hand Grinder

Regular price Rs. 600.00
Regular price Rs. 1,100.00 Sale price Rs. 600.00
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  • Constructed of Durable, Heavy Duty Cast-Iron for Easy Grinding
  • Suitable for grinding herbs, spices, and medicines, this heavy-duty masher is non-porous, natural, and very durable.
  • Easy to Maintain, Clean, and Won't Absorb Food Odours or Stains.
  • Useful & Handy for Kitchen Use Purpose.
  • Cast iron is a great material for mortars & pestles with its density and longevity.
  • You can even grind a whole lot of hard spices into fresh masalas and enjoy aromatic food. Cast-iron allows direct contact of Iron with food so can get your essential Iron ions.
  • For an even Granulate, you need to fill the Mortar around ⅓ full with Crude Flavors; otherwise, you will have difficulties.

Size (L x W x H) & Weight (Kg) (approximately)

  • Small – 6.5 cm x 7 cm x 7 cm, 1 Kg
  • Medium – 10.5 cm x 9 cm x 9 cm, 1.7 Kg
  • Large – 16 cm x 11 cm x 11 cm, 2.5 Kg
  • Extra Large – 21 cm x 13 cm x 13 cm, 4 Kg

Materials

Cast Iron

Shipping & Returns

All products are available for delivery across India, along with a 7-day return policy

Dimensions

L x W x H: Small – 6.5 cm x 7 cm x 7 cm, 1 Kg (Ref#8); Medium – 10.5 cm x 9 cm x 9 cm, 1.7 Kg (Ref#6); Large – 16 cm x 11 cm x 11 cm, 2.5 Kg (Ref#4); Extra Large – 21 cm x 13 cm x 13 cm, 4 Kg (Ref#3) (Approximately)

Weight

500 g

Maintenance & care :

Soap helps sanitize your mortar and pestle and gets rid of any oils or flavors that might otherwise linger. Any dish soap you have will work. Use a scrub brush if you need to really work on any dried-on sauces or pastes. Dry completely before putting away.

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How to Season a Mortar and Pestle

If you have cast-iron cookware, the term “season” is used to refer to the treatment/conditioning of the iron over time. In this case, “seasoning” a new mortar and pestle refers to the conditioning/prep you need to do before you start cooking with it.

How to Season a Mortar and Pestle
1. Rinse the mortar and pestle with water. Run your mortar and pestle under warm water to remove any dust and dirt. ...
2. Grind rice and water. ...
3. Rinse and repeat. ...
4. Air-dry the mortar and pestle.

Say goodbye to worries about toxins or chemicals leaching into your food, as this mortar and pestle set is completely toxin-free, ensuring the purity of your ingredients.