A Chakla Belan Set is a traditional kitchen tool used in the Indian subcontinent for making bread and dough-related preparations. It consists of two components: a chakla and a belan.
- Handcrafted in INDIA,
- The chakla has a circular form and is hefty, which adds stability and prevents slippage while rolling. This absolutely timeless cookware will add appeal to your collection and may be utilised for formal events as well as ordinary home use.
- This perfectly finished base for a perfect balance and grip. It's frequently useful & durable item for everyone and you can also use as a gift.
- Care Instructions Clean with dry cloth only.
: The chakla is a round, flat, and sturdy wooden board usually made from hardwood like sheesham or teak. It provides a smooth and stable surface for kneading dough. The chakla's surface is typically polished and may have intricate designs carved on it.
: The belan is a rolling pin, usually made of wood. It is used to roll out dough into thin, round, and evenly shaped flatbreads like roti, chapati, or paratha. The belan is cylindrical in shape and has a smooth surface, allowing it to glide easily over the dough.
To use a Chakla Belan Set, the chakla is placed on a flat surface, and a small portion of dough is placed on top. The belan is then used to roll out the dough by applying even pressure and rolling in a circular motion. The chakla's size allows for more space to work with, making it easier to shape the dough.
Chakla Belan Sets are commonly used in Indian households and are an integral part of the traditional cooking process. They are known for their durability and effectiveness in preparing various types of bread and dough-based dishes.