Hawkins/Futura Cookware

Futura Saucepans

Hard Anodised

The Futura Hard Anodised Handi (Saucepan) is a modern version of the traditional Indian cooking utensil used for flavourful, less-water cooking. Its lid holds water on the top and, on its underneath surface, condenses steam that rises from the food simering in the Handi. The reverse taper of the sloping sides of the Handi permits water droplets to fall directly on to the food inside the Handi - thus making delicious, tender and moist food. The Handi (Saucepan) comes in two versions: with one long and one short handle; and with two short handles.

Futura Deep-Fry Pans

Hard Anodised

All Futura Hard Anodised Deep-Fry Pans are distinguished by elegant, comfortable rosewood handles fixed on sturdy stainless steel brackets which are permanently rivetted to the pans. All (except the smallest pan) have a flat bottom for stability. All have curved sides suitable for deep-frying and stir-frying.

Nonstick

Futura Tava (Griddles)

Hard Anodised

Tava are widely used to cook roti (flatbreads), phulka (puffed unleavened bread) and paratha (layered unleavened bread) - all staple foods in India. Tava can also well cook cutlets, eggs, pancakes, French toasts, griddle cakes and the like. 

Nonstick

Nonstick Tava can cook all the foods that can be cooked in Hard Anodised Tava with less or no oil or butter, if required. The Futura Flat Nonstick Tava are particularly preferred for cooking popular South Indian snacks such as dosa and uttapam.

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