Clay bowls too make yummy curds

Curds or Dahi form an integral part of the Indian cuisine, be it Punjabi, Bengali, Gujarati or Karnatakan style of cooking. Curds help cooling the body and have many other health benefits too.

Aurovika brings earthenware to make thick curds right at home. These bowls are ideal to make curds and the results say it all. Aurovika strongly believes in ‘eating healthy and staying healthy’ and there’s nothing like making your own curds at home.

So, go ahead and try these bowls.

Curd bowl  #1

Ideal for preparing or fermenting curds. The hole in the lid helps in fermenting the curd easily. The bowl doesn’t require seasoning, can be used directly. Available in 2 sizes.Doesn’t require refrigeration. Can also be used as a serving bowl. The bowl can be directly used after soaking in water for 45 minutes and wash.

Large size:

Code:AuroCC01A

Volume – 1000 ml

Weight – approx 860 grams

Height (inclusive of lid) – approx 5 inches

Small size:

Code: AuroCC01A

Volume –  approx 600 ml

Weight – approx 620 grams

Height (inclusive of lid) – approx 4 inches

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Round curd bowl

Round curd bowl

Ideal for preparing or fermenting curds. The hole in the lid helps in fermenting the curd easily. Pot doesn’t require seasoning, can be used directly. Available in 2 sizes.Doesn’t require refrigeration.Can also be used for storing wet and dry food items.

Volume –  approx 500 ml

Weight – approx 400 grams

Height – approx 6 inches

These bowls need not be seasoned. They can be directly used after soaking in water for 45 minutes and washing. Do not used metal scrubs. Do not refrigerate.Do not use dish wash powders.

Note: The specifications of these clay ware may vary as each piece is hand crafted individually.

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