If you’ve ever wished that your rice, quinoa, or pilaf came out light and fluffy, the Rice Bonnet, or damkoni as it's called in Farsi, is here to help. Based on an age-old Persian device for wicking away steam from the inside of the rice pot, this sturdy double-layered cloth soaks up condensation as grains cook, giving them a texture akin to Indian basmati rice. Just slip the Bonnet around the underside of any conventional size pot lid then cover and cook your grains as usual.
Love Persian rice? Find my rice recipes and many other Iranian dishes in The New Persian Kitchen.
Natural, Red, Navy
The Rice Bonnet measures 12 inches in diameter
55% Sustainable Hemp, 45% Certified Organic Cotton
Hand wash or machine wash in cold or warm water with like colors. Stretch around pot lid and allow to air dry.
Sew For Hope
Our textiles are made by graduates of Sew For Hope, a program of Servant Group International. Your purchase of this handcrafted item helps Sew For Hope graduates, who are skilled seamstresses in Nashville, TN receive much needed employment at a fair rate of pay. Sew For Hope provides professional training, sewing supplies and machines for refugee women in Nashville, TN. This enables graduates to earn an income through sewing jobs and entrepreneurial ventures.