Balti Bowl

Designed and manufactured in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. Using pressed-steel, just like the original 1970s bowls which gave birth to this iconic dish. Our bowls have been designed for professional balti kitchens, to last a lifetime of balti cooking, but are equally at home on a gas hob, electric stove top, induction or aga.

The Birmingham steel pressed balti bowls come stylishly presented in a box with care guide, authentic Balti recipe and gift tag. The perfect gift for any curry lover.

Price £19.99 + £3.50 P&P

Care and specification
Dimensions 215mm x 63mm
Material Carbon Pressed Steel

Care for your bowl:

These bowls are manufactured from pressed steel as with all authentic baltis which, as a component derived from iron, some discolouration is natural and cooking over a hot flame will eventually lead to the black patina beloved by Balti enthusiasts. Needless to say, these Balti bowls are best used on a natural gas flame to maximise the patina effect . Click here for care instructions.

Balti History

Balti is the biggest culinary development on the UK curry scene since Chicken Tikka Masala became a curry staple. A method of one pot cooking, Balti was the brainchild of a Birmingham restauranteur over 40 years ago, who wanted to attract more customers beyond those from the local Pakistani community. Using a combination of spices, cooked in vegetable oil rather than ghee, Balti is a fast cooking method where the dish is both cooked and served up in the specially designed Balti pan.

Check out my Balti recipe here

Price £19.99 + £3.50 P&P




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