Designed and made in Birmingham using pressed-steel, just like the original 1970s bowls which gave birth to this iconic dish. Our bowls represent an unlikely marriage; a marriage between the industry, wit and charm of England's second city to the spiced heat, courage and innovative flair of it's Pakistani immigrants.
Our bowls have been designed for professional Balti kitchens, to last a lifetime of Balti cooking, but are equally at home being used on a gas hob, electric stove top, induction hob, aga and even the BBQ!
The Birmingham steel pressed Balti bowls are sent in a box, with a hand stamped authentic Balti recipe and care guide for your bowl and gift tag. A perfect gift for any curry lover.
- Made in Birmingham
- Hand finished
- Cook a real balti at home
- Designed to last for life
- British craftmanship at its best
- Use on gas, electric, aga, induction and BBQ
- It is estimated that one Balti contains 25 times the amount of Iron as a single pint of Guinness!
- An authentic Balti curry typically contains half the fat of an average curry.
Read more about our specially commissioned research into the unique health and culinary properties of an authentic balti cooked in one of our bowls.
STEEL FLAME AND SPICE
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 .
Dimensions 215mm x 63mm
+ Our Balti spice pot is an authentic blend of traditional Balti spices including Fenugreek leaves, Cumin, Paprika and ground coriander and is specially created for us by award winning spice experts Spice Kitchen. Spice Kitchen hand roast and grind their spices before expertly blending.
+ Spice Kitchens' Great Taste Award Winning ‘Garam Masala’ – used to make all Balti dishes.
+ Signed copy of ‘Going for a Balti’ The Story of Birmingham’s signature dish.