26cm Cast Iron Nabe Pot - Naked Finish
Probably the most useful piece of cookware in any kitchen. The timeless design of the nabe pot can be used for stir frying, deep frying, as a wok, hotpot, for slow cooking, on the stovetop, in the oven (without the lid). With enough swagger to grace the dinner table. It lid is made from burnt cedar and smells amazing.
Suitable for induction, gas, electric, open fire and oven.
Outer Dimensions: 29cm x 9cm not including handle
Naked Finish - coated with .... nothing
Oigen has developed a patented technique of finishing their premium range of cast iron cookware. After manufacture the cast iron is heated to an extreme temperature causing the surface of the iron to change composition. This 'naked finish' is pure and natural and not only helps resist rust but enhances the non-stick properties of the pan after correct seasoning.
Regular non-stick teflon pans are coated using chemicals like polytetraflouroethylene. They work well for a time but the non-stick surface ends up scratched and useless. Naked Finish cookware is coated with - well nothing, they are completely naked. Simply season your pan and you're good to go.
In this product the premium naked finish is only available in overseas markets. The more traditional cashew finish is sold domestically. It takes many extra steps to create the naked finish but in terms of performance and overall quality it is well worth it.
Oigen - Traditional Cast Iron Cookware
- Certified origin - 100% Nambu Tekki
- Each piece individually crafted by hand
- If seasoned properly it will have an effective non-stick surface
- Made from over 70% recycled materials and 100% recyclable
- No coating - faster transfer of heat and healthier
- Made in Japan
Orders are despatched Tuesday to Friday. Sharpening Services Currently Unavailable in Melbourne.