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Southeast Asian Stoneware Paddu Pan

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Southeast Asian Stoneware Paddu Pan

This small indented tray is an Indian kitchen utensil used in the making of Paddu (Kuzhi Paniyaram or Ponganala). It serves as a kind of skillet to cook a batter—made from rice and beans also used for idli and dosa—into little ovular balls of dough. Often eaten for breakfast the dish is served at celebrations and on holidays. With their dark coloring and shapely carved cups they make handsome decorative additions to any tabletop, and can also be used as organizers. The bottoms have been felted to protect surfaces they rest on. Others available; size, shape and decoration varies.
Origin | India
Year Made | 20th Century
Material | Soapstone
Dimensions | 8.25"W x 7"D x 1"H
ID | 15T02254
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