Mughlai food is famous for the exotic use of spices, dried fruits, and nuts whose origin can be traced back to the times of Mughal Empire. Just as the Mughals did, you too can serve your table in style and splendor, especially for rice dishes. It is hand-crafted with two layers of metal which actually help to preserve the dish hot for a long period of time. The inner layer is made of the highest quality stainless steel, with the outer layer made from copper which is hand hammered in a uniquely Indian style giving the dish an added beauty. The twin embossed brass handles give the dish extra elegance and makes it worthy of any table to serve Indian Cuisine, and others for that matter.
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These copper dishes are meant for serving. The two layers of metal help in preserve the dish hot while sitting on the table.
The copper dish should be hand washed with mild soap and a soft sponge or wash cloth, drying it immediately. You should not use steel wool or scouring pads as they may damage or scratch the surface. You should also avoid harsh detergent or dishwashers as these may accelerate the oxidation process of the outer copper lining and reduce the life span of the dish.
Over time, the outer copper layer will naturally darken and develop what is called a ”patina”. To remove the patina, you can rub the outside with a vinegar-salt solution. To keep the exterior looking new, you can also use a copper polish and follow the manufacturer’s instruction.