Kakomi Ceramic Donabe, 2.6QT
Put the “do” in donabe.
The clay pot known as a donabe has been a staple of Japanese kitchens for centuries, used to make everything from perfect rice to steamed vegetables to kombu-laced hot pots. Bring this ceramic one from the stovetop right to the table (it’s too beautiful not to!) and open the lid tableside for a dramatic presentation. Mining for inspiration on what to make? We’ve got a whole cookbook on what to make in your new pot.
Safe for gas cooktops, induction burners, microwaves, and ovens. Dishwasher safe.
Photography by Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
10.2" in diameter x 4.7" H, holds 2.6 quarts
Care & Notes
For use with gas cooktops only. Safe for use in microwave. Dishwasher safe.
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