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    Cast iron Budare for arepas

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    Venezuelan Budare for arepas in cast iron. This nonstick budare for cooking arepas is indicated for vitroceramic, induction, halogen and gas cookers.
    Manufacturer: Erreke
    25.90 €

    The arepa of those who know about traditions

    The budare or comal is a cast iron plate traditionally used to cook arepas.

    It is the original instrument used by the Comanagotos tribe, in eastern Venezuela, and now continues to be used in Venezuelan homes by lovers of traditions and the authentic flavor of the Venezuelan arepa.

    Unlike classic budares, the arepa corn dough will no longer stick to the surface of our modern budares, thanks to the non-stick materials with which they are coated and which make it more efficient than before.

    Arepa is one of the most traditional dishes of Venezuelan cuisine. Inside its crunchy dough there is room for as many fillings as a person can imagine, that is why those who know how to enjoy this dish prefer its traditional elaboration.

    This historical budare is ideal to use both in vitroceramic, induction, halogen cookers, as well as in gas cookers.

    Erreke has taken as inspiration the classic Venezuelan budare to design this new version available in the European market, offering a solution for people who want to prepare their arepas in the most traditional way; but with the comforts of today.


    Recommendations for the use of budare

    How to clean the Venezuelan budare?

    Hand wash with warm water and a sponge. If there are food remains, you can also heat the budare with a little water over low heat for 3-5 minutes and use a scouring pad or brush to remove any remains that may have stuck. Never wash in a dishwasher.

    How to dry the budare correctly?

    It is very important that the budare is always very dry after use. To achieve this, use a paper or kitchen towel, dry its surface and heat it so that no traces of moisture remain.

    How to preserve the budare?

    Apply a thin layer of oil to the inside surface (cooking area) and remove excess oil with a cloth or kitchen paper before storing the budare.

    How to cure budare?

    So that the food does not stick to the surface of the budare, you can perform the "healing" treatment as we explain below:

    Go through the cleaning process.
    Apply a thin layer of vegetable oil to both sides of the budare.
    Heat the budare in the oven for 60 minutes at 230ºC.

    100% refund if you are not satisfied

    If you are not satisfied with the product within 30 days of the purchase, you will be refunded the entire purchase.

    Extend the life of your budare

     

    The arepa of those who know about traditions

    The budare or comal is a cast iron plate traditionally used to cook arepas.

    It is the original instrument used by the Comanagotos tribe, in eastern Venezuela, and now continues to be used in Venezuelan homes by lovers of traditions and the authentic flavor of the Venezuelan arepa.

    Unlike classic budares, the arepa corn dough will no longer stick to the surface of our modern budares, thanks to the non-stick materials with which they are coated and which make it more efficient than before.

    Arepa is one of the most traditional dishes of Venezuelan cuisine. Inside its crunchy dough there is room for as many fillings as a person can imagine, that is why those who know how to enjoy this dish prefer its traditional elaboration.

    This historical budare is ideal to use both in vitroceramic, induction, halogen cookers, as well as in gas cookers.

    Erreke has taken as inspiration the classic Venezuelan budare to design this new version available in the European market, offering a solution for people who want to prepare their arepas in the most traditional way; but with the comforts of today.


    Recommendations for the use of budare

    How to clean the Venezuelan budare?

    Hand wash with warm water and a sponge. If there are food remains, you can also heat the budare with a little water over low heat for 3-5 minutes and use a scouring pad or brush to remove any remains that may have stuck. Never wash in a dishwasher.

    How to dry the budare correctly?

    It is very important that the budare is always very dry after use. To achieve this, use a paper or kitchen towel, dry its surface and heat it so that no traces of moisture remain.

    How to preserve the budare?

    Apply a thin layer of oil to the inside surface (cooking area) and remove excess oil with a cloth or kitchen paper before storing the budare.

    How to cure budare?

    So that the food does not stick to the surface of the budare, you can perform the "healing" treatment as we explain below:

    Go through the cleaning process.
    Apply a thin layer of vegetable oil to both sides of the budare.
    Heat the budare in the oven for 60 minutes at 230ºC.

    100% refund if you are not satisfied

    If you are not satisfied with the product within 30 days of the purchase, you will be refunded the entire purchase.

    Extend the life of your budare

     

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