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TAGINE STYLE "FUKKURA SAN" DONABE ND-06 (17 fl oz) by Iga Mono

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You can cook with or without the grate or lid. With the lid on, the effects of the far-infrared radiation (FIR) and the porous clay cooks evenly to the core of the food, and seals all the good flavors inside. The meat and fish become succulent just like they are grilled over charcoal. Even after turning off the heat, Fukkura-san retains the heat very well and the ingredients continue to cook with the carry-over heat for the next 5-10 minutes. Grate can be used to roast vegetables, etc. or for smoking if you put the smoking chips under the grate. The skillet of Fukkura-san can also be heated empty (with or without the lid on), unlike other kinds of donabe. Fukkura-san is very versatile. It also works as a tabletop "mini fidge", or use just the lid as a serving bowl.

Size: Large

Product #: ND-06

Clay Pot (ceramic, made of the clay from Iga, Japan)

Size:31.5 cm (12.5") in diameter x H17.5 cm (7")

Capacity of the skillet part: 500 ml (about 2 cups)

Weight: 3 kg (about 6.5 lbs.)

Made by Nagatani-en

Origin: Iga, Japan

The parts consist of the skillet (bottom part) metal grate, and the top lid

For gas stove top and oven use only

Not suitable for the electric range or microwave

Not suitable for the dishwasher

The package also includes an English instruction sheet.

Tagina – Style Donabe, “Fukkura-san”

 Authentic Iga-Yaki pottery, by Nagatani-en from Iga, Japan.

Iga-Yaki is one of the Japan’s most highly-regarded traditional ceramics, which is said to have originated in Iga, Mie Prefecture in late 7th Century. Nagatani-en founded in 1832, is the leading producer of Iga-yaki potteries. Nagatani-en’s product has been loved by both professional chefs and home cooks.

Stir-fry, steam-fy, roast, stew, smoke, etc… “Fukkura-san” is a versatile and unique cooking took which can work with different cooking methods.

 “Fukkura” means “fluffy” or “tender” in Japanese. This donabe can cook the meat and fish juicy and tender.

To use “Fukkura-san” HOT

You can cook with or without the grate or lid. With the lid on, with the effects of the far-infrared radiation (FIR) and the porous clay, this donabe cooks evenly to the core of the food, and seals all the good flavors inside. The meat and fish become succulent just like they are grilled over charcoal. Even after turning off the heat, “Fukkura-san” retains the heat very well and the ingredients continue to cook with the carry-over heat for the next 5-10 minutes.

The grate can be used to roast vegetables, etc. or for smoking if you put the smoking chips under the grate.

The skillet of “Fukkura-san” can also be heated empty (with or without the lid on), unlike other kinds of donabe.

To use “Fukkura-san” COLD

“Fukkura-san” can work as a mini table-top “fridge” with the effect of the heat of vaporization. To maximize the effect, soak both parts of “Fukkura-san” in water (about 3 minutes) beforehand, then make a layer of the ice cubes on the skillet and close the lid. It’s ideal for serving the cold food such as sashimi, fruit salad, cold noodles, etc

Unlike other donabe products, “Fukkura-san” doesn’t need to be seasoned before you start using it for the first time. Once it’s rinsed and dried, “Fukkura-san” is ready to cook!

 The Lid of “Fukkura-san” can also be used as a serving bowl for both hot and cold food.

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