Cast Iron South Africa Pot With Three Legg
About this item
Potjiekos (literally meaning pot food) has been part of South Africa's culture for many centuries. These cast iron pots were able to retain heat well and only a few coals were needed to keep the food simmering for hours. They were used to cook tender roasts and stews, allowing steam to circulate inside instead of escaping through the lid. The ingredients were relatively simple, a fatty piece of meat, a few potatoes and some vegetables were all that was needed to cook a delightul meal.
The 3 legs and round belly shape allows even heat distribution around the pot
Retains heat well and could be kept simmering over a few embers.Maintains the liquids at the lowest point to prevent the food from burning.Domed lid allows for optimal internal heat circulation throughout.The tall legs make it ideal for cooking directly over fire/coals or gas burner
PRE-SEASONED COOKWARE: A good seasoning makes all the difference. M-cooker provides pre-seasoned cookware with no synthetic chemicals; just soy based vegetable oil. The more you use your iron, the better the seasoning becomes.
First,put product into a plastic bag to avoid the dust.
Seconed, put the product into inner box, set the block if necessery.
Last,put several inner box into a shipping carton. Usually 2 or 4 inner box packed into a shipping carton,or depends on the carton size.