Spiceberry Home Large Korean Cooking Stone Bowl, 1-Quart

Last updated: April 13, 2023

Although this Korean cooking stone bowl is traditionally used to make dishes like Korean rice bibimbap or Yemeni lamb saltah, it can also be used to make rice and a wide variety of casseroles. The rustic wood base protects the surface of your table, while also adding a bit of style. Users will appreciate the matching stone lid that keeps food covered until you're ready to eat.

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Key Takeaway: Elegant is the best word to describe this Korean cooking stone bowl, as it is made out of an attractive granite.

In our analysis of 9 expert reviews, the Spiceberry Home Large Korean Cooking Stone Bowl, 1-Quart placed 16th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Granite Stone Dolsot / Haradha Bowls by Spiceberry Home with lid and rustic wood trivet base. This bowl is commonly used for either Korean Rice Bibimbap or Yemeni Lamb Saltah, a traditional stew topped with fenugreek. You can also use it to prepare all types of casseroles and more. Dolsot Bibimbap (dolsot meaning “stone pot”), is served in a very hot stone bowl with rice, vegetables, meat dishes and often a raw egg yolk, which cooks as the ingredients are mixed tableside. The bowl is so hot that anything that touches it sizzles for minutes. Before the rice is placed in the bowl, the bottom of the bowl is coated with sesame oil, making the layer of the rice touching the bowl golden brown and crisp. These are individual size bowls, about 9 pounds each (including the lid), 8 Inches (20cm) across on top x 5 tall outside dimension to the top of the lid. 1 liter capacity to the brim. Important Note: Keep in mind that these rustic bowls are made of natural stone. Any small irregularities or variations in colors should be considered normal, and are not defects. Sandpaper can be used to clean up any details as desired. Easy to clean with salt and water. We usually preheat the empty bowls in a 450-deg oven then place on the gas stovetop burner to finish. Electric stovetop burners are not recommended. If a gas flame is not available, you can heat in the oven and work quickly for good, if not quite as crunchy, results.

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