- Enamel ensures the safety of its materials. Guarantees no chemical reactions with foods.
- Enamel is colorful, long lasting enamel on steel and guaranteed not to fade.
- Enamel is scratch proof, oven friendly, hygienic, and easy to clean.
- Enamel is ideal for all stove tops, including magnetic induction as well as for freezer, oven and dishwasher safe.
How To Use Enamel Cookware:
- Clean before first use.
- Ideal for all cooktops.
- Our cookware / kettle heats very quickly.
- To prevent sticking when using omelette or sauté pan, add a small amount of spray oil, margarine, or butter to a cold pan. Heat on low to medium temperature for 1-2 minutes before adding food. Using oil bottle requires a greater amount. Make sure to reduce heat if fats/oils smoke. Cooking with high heat causes food to stick which will produce a food film residue on the enamel surface.
How To Clean Enamel Cookware
- Dishwasher safe
- After being used, allow hot pot / pan to cool naturally before running cold water. Use lemon juice to remove any interior discoloration as result of repeated usage. Only use soap and water with sponge or soft cloth to clean your pot/pan. Do not use steel wool scouring pads, oven cleaners or strong abrasive cleaners on any surface of your cookware. Wipe interior and exterior dry, do not put pan /pot upside down.
- Choose the right & proper size of pot/pan to suit the heat source for saving energy.
- Do not put empty pot/pan/kettle on flame.
- Using high heat may cause food sticking on the pot.
- Heat the pot slowly, starting with a medium to low heat, once the pot is hot reduce to low heat during the cooking period.