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Curd pot

₹ 400.00
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Benefits & More
  • Natural Method – The clay used in the pot is natural and does not contain any chemicals, making it a healthier option than plastic or metal containers. Water stored in a clay pot is said to be cooler and more refreshing, and it also has a distinct taste.
  • Eco-Friendly – Clay curd pot is eco-friendly as they are made from natural materials and do not contribute to plastic waste
  • Preserves Nutrients – Clay curd pots help to preserve the nutrients in the curd as the clay absorbs excess water and helps to retain the consistency and texture of the curd
  • Improves Digestion – Curd made in a clay pot has beneficial bacteria that help in improving digestion and boosting the immune system
  • Maintains Temperature – Clay pots have natural insulating properties, which keep the contents inside cooler than the external temperature. This makes it ideal for storing curd as it can keep it cool even during hot summers

A clay curd pot, also known as a curd container, curd maker pot, curd bowl, or dahi bowl, is a traditional earthenware container used for making and storing curd. These pots are made from unglazed natural clay that allows the curd to breathe and stay fresh for a longer period of time.

Clay pots have been used for thousands of years to make and store curd. The porous nature of the clay allows for the natural fermentation of curd, resulting in a thicker and creamier texture. The curd made in a clay pot is said to have a unique taste and aroma that cannot be replicated by any other method.

Organic Gyaan offers the best quality clay curd pot online, making it easier for people to purchase them from the comfort of their homes. To use a clay curd pot, the milk is first boiled and cooled to a lukewarm temperature. A small amount of curd from the previous batch is then added to the pot, and lukewarm milk is poured over it. The pot is covered and kept in a warm place for several hours until the curd is set.

Using a clay curd pot not only adds flavour to the curd but also has health benefits. The minerals present in the clay are believed to have a cooling effect on the body and aid in digestion.

How To Use Clay Curd Pot?

  1. Before using a new clay curd pot for the first time, soak it in water for at least an hour to help it absorb water and prevent it from cracking
  2. Heat the milk on the stove until it comes to a boil. Stir the milk occasionally to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the pot.
  3. Allow the milk to cool to a lukewarm temperature.
  4. Add a spoonful of yoghurt culture to the pot and mix it well with the milk.
  5. Place a lid on top of the pot to keep the heat in and allow the yoghurt to ferment.
  6. Leave the pot in a warm place for 6-8 hours or overnight, depending on how tangy you like your yoghurt.
  7. Once the yoghurt is ready, store that curd pot in the fridge to chill before serving.
  8. After using the clay pot, wash it with warm water, and allow it to air dry completely before storing it.