Futura Non-Stick Aluminium Dosa Tawa
Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Tawa Cookware with Flat Bottom (Black)
Futura Non-Stick Dosa Tawa Induction
Omega Die-Cast Plus Non-Stick Tawa
Non Stick Tawa (Induction and Gas Stove Compatible)
Platinum Flat Multi Deluxe Tawa
Selec+ J Class Pathri Tawa 38 cm diameter
Wondercast Flat Tawa
Induction Base Cast Iron Tawa
Reva Aluminium Dosa Tawa
Durable Aluminium Tawa With Uniform Heating for Large Sized Crispy Dosas
Great Iron Tawa for Dosa, Uttapam and Rotis
Both Gas and Induction Friendly Tawa That Heats Quickly and Uniformly
Induction-Friendly Aluminium Tawa With a Heat Indicator
Aluminium Tawa With 2 Layer Non-Stick Coating
Easy to Clean Aluminium Tawa for Medium Sized Dosas
Large Size Flat Tawa for Cooking Good Quantity at Once
Durable Aluminium Tawa to Cook With Almost No Oil
Iron Tawa With Induction Cooking
Induction Friendly Non-Stick Tawa for Large Sized Dosas
|Price Starts at||₹1,540.00||₹2,299.00||₹1,515.00||₹1,500.00||₹449.00||₹829.00||₹1,679.00||₹549.00||₹2,400.00||₹1,699.00|
|Make||Aluminium||Iron Cast||Aluminium||Aluminium||Aluminium||Aluminium||Aluminium||Aluminum||Cast Iron||Aluminium|
|Size (Diameter)||13inches||16inches||12 inches||10.6 inches||10.2inches||12inches||15inches||9inches||12.2inches||13inches|
|Warranty||2 years||1 year||5 years||1 Year||-||-||1.5 years||1 year||Lifetime||2 years|
Now that you know all the things you need to keep in mind while buying dosa tawas let us reveal our picks for the top 10 best dosa tawas you can buy. We have included several popular brands like Futura and some handmade tawa brands like Munnar Craft.
|Size (Diameter)||12 inches|
|Size (Diameter)||10.6 inches|
For those who use an induction stove, check the specification of the product and look for the base bottom of the Tawa. An induction Tawa has a different bottom design for induction cooking. An induction Tawa can be used on a gas stove as well.
The most popular material for Dosa tawas is usually made of either cast iron or aluminum. Before you choose a tawa, you must make sure you consider the advantages and disadvantages of each, so you can pick the one that is best for you.
Of course, there are a few disadvantages too that you need to be aware of before you buy a cast iron dosa Tawa. The biggest one is its weight; cast-iron utensils are some of the heaviest utensils you can own. Additionally, while it’s affordable, it’s usually limited to use on gas stoves as there aren’t many induction-friendly options on the market.
The biggest drawback with aluminum dosa tawas is that they’re much more fragile than cast iron ones, so you need to be careful when you’re washing them as you could easily scratch or dent them.
PFOA or perfluorooctanoic acid is a chemical used in Teflon non-stick pots and pans. Studies claim the damaging effects of exposure to PFOA that causes health issues and ailments, like ulcers, thyroid disease, liver damage, and health problems with fetuses, babies and children.
Although the latest Teflon products are PFOA-free, it is essential to remember that PFOA was used in Teflon until 2013. The adverse health effects of PFOA exposure can be avoided as long as you only buy products labelled PFOA-free.
You must also ensure that the Tawa is not concave because flat Tawas help dosas cook evenly and help them keep their shape. Flat tawas can be round and square-shaped: round ones are easier to shape the dosa on, while square ones require some level of expertise. A base thickness of 2.5mm and above is recommended.
The size of dosa Tawas range between 8 inches to 20inches; The average size being 16 inches. According to your gas stove and storage space size, choose the Tawa size accordingly.
In addition, they also decrease the amount of oil you need to use to cook, which makes the food a bit healthier as well. Keep in mind, use wooden spatial only while cooking as a sharp metallic spatula or another utensil can scrape the non-stick coating and spoil the tawa. Similarly, for cleaning the utensil. Use a soft sponge instead of metallic scrub to clean the Tawa as friction can erode the non-stick coating.
Good dosa tawas don't have to be expensive. You can easily find one within your budget. A dosa tawa in India can start from Rs 300 and cost up to Rs 3,000. Our recommended tawas range from Rs 400 to Rs 2400, suitable for all budgets and needs.
Expensive doesn't always mean better, but it usually includes a warranty which is helpful in the long run. Most pans fall from reputed brands that include a warranty range from Rs 1500 to Rs 3000, which is quite affordable. Cast iron and induction compatible tawas also typically fall under this range.
In order to make sure that your dosa tawa lasts long, here are a few extra tips that you should keep in mind, like seasonings the tawa, not using scrubs, and more. There are a few different things you can do to keep the non-stick coating on your aluminium tawas safe, too. So keep reading.
Repeat this at least three times before you cook anything on the tawa, and make sure you do this every time you wash the tawa. Another alternate is after every wash, brush the tawa with a thin layer of oil. It shall help prevent any rusting.
The friction can erode the non-stick coating. We recommend using only soft sponges to clean your Tawas to prevent damaging the non-stick coating of your tawa.
To protect the shape of your flat tawa, make sure you only use it on low to medium heat settings, no matter how much fast you want to cook. Slow cooking on medium or low flame helps in evenly cooking as well add crispiness to the dosas.
Instead, we recommend using a wooden spatula to help prevent any scratches on your aluminum tawa and make sure it lasts long.
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