Ceramic Frying Pans Non-Stick Induction Friendly Ceramic Fry Frying Pan Lime Green Purple Red 24cm (Lime Green)

May 31, 2014 - Comment

One of the first things that you may notice about ceramic cookware is its attractive appearance. It distributes heat evenly throughout the cooking surface. As a result, you do not have to worry about foods burning in some spots while other areas remain uncooked. The ceramic cookware is similar to cast-iron pots and pans in

One of the first things that you may notice about ceramic cookware is its
attractive appearance. It distributes heat evenly throughout the cooking surface. As a result, you do not have to worry about foods burning in some spots while other areas remain uncooked. The ceramic cookware is similar to cast-iron pots and pans in terms of heat distribution, but unlike cast iron, ceramic cookware does not need to be seasoned after every use. This cookware is made from molten glass powder and finished with a porcelain glaze, the cookware can be used at very high temperatures.

Ceramic cookware is one of the most durable types of cookware available.
Its surface is not susceptible to corroding and does not require any polishing or seasoning.

The enameled finish typically prevents food from sticking to the surface, so you can
usually simply wipe away any residue. If food does become baked onto the surface, use scouring powder to scrub it off without worrying about scratching the cookware’s hard coating.

Cast iron and other cookware that features a quick-release coating cannot be
cleaned in this way because their cooking surfaces would be damaged by the powder.

Product Features

  • The enameled finish typically prevents food from sticking to the surface,
  • Colours: Red Lime Green Purple
  • One of the first things that you may notice about ceramic cookware is its attractive appearance. It distributes heat evenly throughout the cooking surface. As a result, you do not have to worry about foods burning in some spots while other areas remain uncooked. The ceramic cookware is similar to cast-iron pots and pans in terms of heat distribution, but unlike cast iron, ceramic cookware does not need to be seasoned after every use. This cookware is made from molten glass powder and finished with a porcelain glaze, the cookware can be used at very high temperatures.
  • Ceramic cookware is one of the most durable types of cookware available. Its surface is not susceptible to corroding and does not require any polishing or seasoning. The enameled finish typically prevents food from sticking to the surface, so you can usually simply wipe away any residue. If food does become baked onto the surface, use scouring powder to scrub it off without worrying about scratching the cookware’s hard coating. Cast iron and other cookware that features a quick-release coating cannot be cleaned in this way because their cooking surfaces would be damaged by the powder

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