Recycled Kadai  Firebowl with Low Gothic Stand
Recycled Kadai  Firebowl with Low Gothic Stand

Recycled Kadai Firebowl with Low Gothic Stand

(Inc. 20% VAT)
Cooking Tripod to fit Kadai
30cm Cooking Bowl with chains
36cm Cooking Bowl with chains
60cm Recycled Metal Cover
70cm Recycled Metal Cover
80cm Recycled Metal Cover
Stone Griddle Plate
4 in stock
Product Details

Each Kadai comes with single 'Holi' grills individually made from 4mm steel to be laid within the Kadai bowl, these provide an area large enough to allow for a hotter central area central in the bowl to cook over and a slightly cooler area at the sides where cooked items can be kept warm or foods such as chicken can be cooked more slowly without burning.

The grills have a central portion which can be lifted out whilst leaving the outer edges in place, this is useful for topping up the cooking fuel in the centre of the bowl without having to remove all the food on the grill.

The grills can be lifted out of the kadai after cooking to allow the addition of firewood and logs to transform your Kadai into a fire pit to sit around.

Hand made wrought iron tongs for use with charcoal or wood and a wire cleaning brush are included.

In the base of the recycled barbeque fire bowl is a gauze filter to allow rain water to drain freely from the bowl if left out. This gives you a low maintenance barbeque that will last for years, all you need to do is give the grills a quick brush down before and after cooking. We recommend storing the cooking grills in a dry place to avoid rusting

Every recycled Kadai is fitted with strong drop handles for easy manoeuvrability even when lit.

The Recycled Kadai Fire Bowl now comes with a pack of Kadai Beads included. If Kadai Beads are not available when using your Kadai we recommend placing 5 to 10cm of coarse sand in the base of the Kadai bowl, this will protect the bowl from very hot fires and possibly double the life of your kadai. Every so often you may need to scrape off the top of the sand & ashes and top up the sand. In the case of Kadai Beads we recommend removing them from the bowl with the Kadai shovel and rinsing them with a hose and the Kadai Riddle to keep them clean and fresh.