CARE OF YOUR CERAMIC COOKWARE
Ceramic coatings are safe, non-metallic film layers used on hard materials to make them healthy and resistant to scratching. Ceramic-coated cookware serves as a safe non-stick alternative to traditional cookware. Many consumers prefer ceramic coatings to PTFE coatings (known to have toxins and carcinogens).
We suggest you wash it by hand before you use it the first time, and every time thereafter. Use warm soapy water and dry with a paper towel to remove any ceramic particles or dust after you unwrap the packaging. It is not necessary to season ceramic coated cookware.
Use only silicone or wooden utensils in ceramic nonstick pans!
Always use wooden, silicone, plastic or nylon spoons and spatulas to cook with or serve from your ceramic cookware. Do not cut food in the pan. Metal utensils may cut or abrade scratch and leave marks on your cookware, causing it to flake or lose its non stick properties. Using safe utensils helps extend the life of your ceramic cookware. It is also helpful to use a small amount of oil in the pan each time you use it, but avoid extra virgin olive oil--it cannot withstand high heat--and also cooking sprays, as it may lead to a sticky buildup.
You can use your ceramic pan cookware in the oven, stovetop, broiler, steamer oven, toaster oven, convection oven, and even microwave. You can use in the freezer and it is safe, convenient, and attractive for serving food. We have many attractive and stylish casserole dishes to choose from! Always read your instructions before you use it to make sure it is suitable for different cooking equipment.
Use low to medium heat. Ceramic pans hold their heat well and there is no need to turn it up. Never, ever boil dry! Do not immerse a hot pan in water--wait until it cools down.
Do not drop it. It can crack, warp, or bend the ceramic coating and become vulnerable to staining or loss of non stick properties.
It is easy to clean. Usually you can just wipe it out or use a sponge, a little water, and a little dish soap. Do not immerse in water to clean. The care of your ceramic cookware is important Proper care will prevent tiny ceramic particle loss that leads to staining and loss of non stick property.
There is a recommended treatment to revitalize your pan every 6 months if you feel the need. Wash and dry you cookware, and use a soft towel or paper towel to lightly rub a small amount (one tablespoon) of cooking oil (grape seed, canola, or peanut) onto the cooking surface. If your cookware is oven-safe, you can either use the oven or stove top to heat it up. Heat on the stove top at medium heat or preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit, and heat the cookware for about 3 minutes.
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