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Phulka Grill for Gas Stove, Grill Tawa Jali for Kitchen, Cooking Stainless Steel Papad Jali, Mesh Brinjal Roaster, Roti Grill Basket, Pulka Pan Roaster Grill for Gas

Phulka Grill for Gas Stove, Grill Tawa Jali for Kitchen, Cooking Stainless Steel Papad Jali, Mesh Brinjal Roaster, Roti Grill Basket, Pulka Pan Roaster Grill for Gas

Regular price Rs. 600.00
Regular price Rs. 1,200.00 Sale price Rs. 600.00
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  • SUPERIOR QUALITY: This Roasting Jali's handle is made of strong sturdy plastic and its tight net makes it sturdy and heat-resistant!! It can be used on top of pans to cook.
  • BIGGER SIZE: For gas stoves, the roaster measures 10 inches in diameter and 1 inch in height, allowing you to make roti, papad efficiently and save gas. A large quantity of food can be roasted and grilled on the jali.
  • SAFETY: Stainless steel Roti Jari has a round shape, so there are no chances of any cuts, and the handle remains cool during use, making it easy to hold!
  • MULTIPLE USES: The net is designed in such a way that you can prepare multiple items like papad, roti, fulka, paneer, aloo, french fries, brinjal bhurta, other vegetable can be barbeque as well!!

Materials

Stainless Steel / Plastic

Shipping & Returns

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

Dimensions

L x B x H - 10 x 10 x 1 Inch

Weight

300 g

Maintenance & care :

After Each Use

Then, turn it off and let it cool a bit before scraping food debris off the warm mesh with your grill brush. Once it's fully cool, dip folded paper towels or a rag in vegetable oil, and holding the towels or rag with long tongs, rub the oil over your now-smooth mesh.

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Mesh / Net Type Pulka Roaster Grill for Gas

It is made of stainless steel material. It can be used to roast papad, brinjal, pizza, roti, chapati, toast,baingan bharta etc.

Use a wire brush to scrub the grill mesh clean after every cooking session, and be sure to remove any loose wire-brush bristles before firing up the grill. If you barbecue frequently, say at least once per week, thoroughly clean the mesh every two months.