Nikomi Pot kitchenware series is SOA Ceramics’ Pro-Donabe category in which such category is specialized in stewing dishes which give rise to better taste of stew recipes!
With design and technology being born in Japan, Nikomi Pot kitcheneware series also utilize high quality material from Japan as the commitment of manufacturer towards food safety and user health as their upmost importance.
Stringent test standards and procedures are always conducted before product can be launched into the market.
Any harmful substance towards human or environment is strictly prohibited in the process of making the product, therefore user can prepare meal without worry.
Fireproof high quality kitchenware for cooking purposes and heat can be better conserved to reduce energy for re-heating purpose.
Treated product surface to ensure food stain after usage can be easily washed off.
Better food taste with high-quality Japanese material, best used for soup and similar cooking.
What is Nikomi Pot?
In Japanese language, Nikomi means Stew. In Japanese culture, Nikomi cooking method is traditionally done by cooking broth in a period of long hours and low heat simmering. Another critical element is that Nikomi is normally done by having sufficient broth amount to allow reduction of broth over long period of stewing. Due to modernization of families, such style of cooking method is getting lesser in Japanese family, where in the past family with fireplace or Japanese traditional sunken hearth with fire lighten up almost whole day find it common. Only in commercial restaurant, some are still maintaining the traditional Nikomi cooking method. Although similar result can be done by pressure cooker, the taste of cooking by using pressure cooker and Nikomi pot would be very much different.
As requirements for Nikomi pot, evaporating rate, temperature uniformity and whether food break apart easily throughout cooking are seen to be what important for Nikomi pot. In other words, heat conduction rate requires to be high. In such manner, normally Nikomi pot would come in thicker shape.