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MRIDA EARTHEN COOKWARE
A NATURAL & ORGANIC WAY OF COOKING

Cook in MRIDA for a wholesome, healthy and organic meal experience
Made from pure and natural clay
Retains the nutrients in your food
Experience the intensive flavours of your food
Fill your senses with the natural aromas of healthy food
Designed specifically for your Gas Stoves
Refrigerator and Microwave safe



Use & Care
    There are some basic rules/guidelines for using clay pots to ensure best cooking experience as well as to get the best flavors from your food.
  • "Season your pots"It is of utmost importance and it's simple! Immerse your earthen pot along with the lid in water for 24 hours. This strengthens the pot and prevents it from cracking.
  • It is advisable to soak the clay pot as well as the lid in water for 10-15 minutes before cooking each meal.
  • Our cookware range is safe for cooking directly over the gas. The heat on your gas stove should be gradually increased from low to medium, and preferably the food should be cooked on medium heat in these pots. Clay pots take a little more time than metal utensils in heating up, but once the heat spreads evenly, the food is cooked in quick time.
  • Too much heat on one spot may cause some minor cracks, which is not the area of concern nor will affect the performance of the pot in anyway.
  • Our Serving Range can be used in the microwave very successfully.  It is best to use it on low power settings.
  • Our products are refrigerator safe.  The pots should be left to cool down completely before being stored into a refrigerator.
  • Avoid extreme temperature changes like never add cold water into an earthen pot that is already heated or do not take a cold pot from the refrigerator and place it directly on the stovetop or in an extremely hot oven; it may crack.
  • Wooden spoons should be preferably used as they are less likely to damage the inner side of the pots.
  • The clay pot should be placed on a cloth pad or a coaster just when you take it off the gas stove after cooking. It should not be directly placed over a cold surface.
  • Cleaning - It is easy to clean!
    • Just use hot water and a gentle non-abrasive cleaning pad. Do not use metallic scouring pads.
    • To remove any food smell from earthen cookware or to clean the clogged pores, add salt / baking soda in the hot water and clean the cookware.
    • Do not clean earthenware with a Soap or detergent. Never soak earthenware in detergent, as it may absorb detergent and this may lead to this soaked detergent mixing with your food while cooking.
    • Do not clean your earthen cookware in dishwasher.
    • Store your pot only after it is thoroughly dried. Don't store in damp or closed areas. Store dried pots in ventilated areas.