I wrote this post in June 2010 after a lot of research on what kind of dosa tawa to buy(we are big dosa-eaters in our family). This post came about after the only dosa tawa I had (which was non-stick in case you are interested) had to be replaced after just one year of use. You see , for optimum usage you need to replace your non stick cookware every year because the nonstick teflon coating will only stay for one year. Most of us use it for way too long thereby inadvertently consuming poison. In an effort to not do that and to have good quality life-long utensils : I ended up with my own analysis , and an iron dosa tawa.
To this day, this post has garnered the maximum attention on my blog. This is the post that brings people back to this blog from search engines... And it remains a popular post : so I am assuming many people are on the look out for good quality Iron tawas.
This post is thus a tribute to all of you looking for Iron tawas - who have come onto my website. It is beyond time I share some pics of the tawa. This is the same iron tawa I bought way back in 2010. I use it almost everyday. I repeat , we are big dosa-eaters out here, and have dosa for breakfast nearly every single day of the week.
So there : a picture of me making set dosa today morning on my tawa.