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Ideal Bella+ Non-Stick Coated Malabar Uruli

  • The Malabar Uruli is a traditional shallow, wide-mouthed vessel with a rounded bottom. The shape allows for even cooking and is often used for making dishes that require a large surface area, such as biryanis, curries, or desserts.
  • The Non-Stick Malabar Uruli is likely made from materials that are conducive to efficient cooking and have a non-stick coating. And non-stick coating helps prevent food from sticking to the surface, making it easier to cook and clean.
  • The size of the uruli can vary, but it's generally larger than standard pans or pots.
  • The Non-Stick Malabar Uruli is versatile and can be used for various cooking methods, such as sautéing, frying, simmering, and even serving. It's well-suited for dishes that require stirring and tossing.
  • The term "Malabar" suggests a connection to the Malabar region, which is known for its rich culinary traditions.  And its design could be influenced by traditional cooking practices.
  • The Malabar Uruli is likely to have sturdy handles on either side, making it easy to lift and carry, even when filled with food.
  • The handle also has a hanger provision to store your Malabar Uruli when not in use.