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Nagatanien

Smokeless Griller -Igamono Yaki-Yaki-san

Regular price $285.00
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Nagatanien

Smokeless Griller -Igamono Yaki-Yaki-san

Regular price $285.00
Unit price
per 
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Established in 1832, Nagatani-en follows a rich tradition of manufacturing Iga-yaki dating back 1300 years. Craftsmanship and knowledge are passed through generations of hands to enjoy today.

Key Feature

This Iga-yaki earthenware grill moderate even cooking promotes tender and juicy, meats and vegetables without direct access to the flame the heat is transferred into the naturally porous earthenware. 

Size: Ø32.5cm x Hight10cm

Capacity: 500ml

Weight: 4kg

Material: Clay

*No Induction Heater. - You cannot use it on IH induction.

How to use "Yaki-Yaki san"

  • Set the grill body (bottom part) over the gas stovetop. Fill the water into the outer reservoir for about 80%. Set the top grill on the grill body.

  • Heat the grill for about 5 minutes over high heat. Turn the heat down to medium. The grill is ready to cook!!  Brush the grill top with oil to prevent certain ingredients from sticking if necessary.

  • When the water level of the reservoir becomes too low, fills with more water.

Instruction for Griller Yaki-Yaki-san

  • Pot is always dry when you use- *if your pot is still wet, it could cause cracking when you use.

  • Never cool down or never put cold water onto a hot pot. Never put the hot pot to a very cold spot immediately, or never add cold water into the hot pot as it may crack or break.

  • May damage your furniture. Bottom of the pot can scratch your bench or tabletop. Also, a pot from a cooktop can be very hot and it may burn your bench or tabletop. Please use the pot stand.

  • Do not burn yourself - When the pot is cooking, please handle it carefully. Never touch with your hand, use with oven Mitte. Never put on top of flammability items.

 

 

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