Why Use Ceramic Cookware
They are easy to clean, do not burn, are more durable and environmentally friendly than normal pans, do not contain the toxic non-stick coating of Teflon and with these pans you can cook healthy without oil or butter.
Ceramic pans have better conductivity than normal pans, our advice is to work on only 70% of the power. This way the pan will last longer. A ceramic pan can tolerate more heat than normal pans, but when the pan is up to temperature you do not need to heat it further. Ceramic pans retain their heat for a long time. It is therefore best to turn the fire back slightly to prevent the ceramic layer from being damaged.
Is It Possible To Cook In A Ceramic Pan Without Fat/Oil?
Yes. Ceramic pans contribute to health. A healthy, low-fat, and tasty food nothing stands in the way. The ceramic sealant allows you to prepare fried eggs or fried potatoes without any grease and oil.
In this pan you can of course simply cook with oil or butter, but it is healthier not to. You do not need to use oil or butter in ceramic pans. The ceramic layer is very smooth, which means that vegetables, fish or meat do not stick.
Its Really important to know How To Cook With Ceramic Pans.If you do not use butter, we recommend you first heat the pan (180 degrees) and then fry the meat on both sides for 2 minutes on high heat (note: not too high, the handle may be damaged). After you have done this it is best to reduce the temperature by 50% and then let the meat cook with a glass lid on the pan
How Do I Clean A (Burnt) Ceramic Pan?
The cleaning of ceramic pans is very easy, the smooth layer makes the pan clean in no time. The pans are dishwasher safe, but we recommend that you do not put the pans in the dishwasher. The dishwasher can damage the silicone handles and also make the ceramic surface rough. It is best to wash the pans by hand after cooking.
Do not wait too long with this, the coloring of herbs and meat, for example, can penetrate the white surface. Another handy tip is to cook the pans with vinegar once every six months, this makes the pan as new again. For example, if meat starts to cook, this is a sign to cook the pan with vinegar.
For cleaning, you should only use clear water and a sponge. The ideal would be the sole wipe with a kitchen towel. Left burn food overnight with warm rinse water and cleaned in the morning with a soft sponge.
Cleaning with steel wool and rough cleaning items is better to avoid. These destroy the non-stick effect. Dishwashers are not suitable for the ceramic pan, as the aggressive cleaning agents attack the ceramic coating.
Which Fat/Oil Do I Have To Use With A Ceramic Pan?
You should know How To Cook With Ceramic Pans and which oils is better for cooking for safety and long life for ceramic pan. When roasting in the ceramic pan, use high smoke point oil, such as refined oil. You should avoid using extra virgin olive oil or low smoke oil for frying. For flour, potato and ice cream, margarine is excellent.
The following oils and greases are well suited for the ceramic pan:
- Peanut oil, refined
- Sesame oil, refined
- Soybean oil, refined
- Rapeseed oil, refined
- Sunflower oil, refined
- clarified butter
What Is The "Life Span" Of A Ceramic Pan?
The non-stick effect depends on the quality of your pan and will not last for life. Some ceramic pans lose their impact after only 2 to 3 months, whereas high-quality ones do several years of service.
As explained in the previous section, cleaning and care play a decisive role:
- By hand with soft sponge and water
- Avoid steel wool and aggressive cleaning agents
- Use highly heatable fats/oils
- Cooking utensils made of silicone, wood or plastic. Avoid metallic and pointed objects
Can A Ceramic Pan In The Dishwasher?
No. The aggressive cleaning agents used in the dishwasher destroy the non-stick effect of the ceramic coating of your pan. The cleaning by hand is done quickly, and the life of your pan is thus not shortened.
What Is The Lotus Effect?
The lotus effect is another name for the non-stick effect of the ceramic coating. This prevents burning in the pan and allows the purging of liquid.
Production Of Ceramic Pans
The metal is already in the pan shape. To obtain the smoothest possible metal surface and to improve the non-stick effect. First, the surface is smoothed and finally, the electroplated.
At 260 - 480 degrees Celsius, the ceramic layer is sprayed in a pressure chamber.
The meat must be at room temperature, not frozen. This way the meat will stick to the pan less quickly. We also advise not to use sharp objects in a ceramic pan, such as forks or knives. This can damage these pans and cause them to burn.