User Enmale Cookware Guide

1.What is enamel coating cookware?
Enamel coating is one of antirust coating. After polishing and burnishing, cookware will be coated with 3 layers enamel coating. Every layer with high temperature baking to insure the coating completely blends with the cookware.
Usually we have black and white colors for inner coating. And outer colors will have more choices. Common colors are black, red, orange, blue, green, pink, gray……

2. Cooking with Enameled Cast Iron Cookware
Wash and dry cookware before first use.
Enameled Cast Iron can be used on gas, electric, ceramic and induction cook tops, and are oven safe to 500 °F. Do not use in microwave ovens.
Do not heat an empty dutch oven or covered casserole. Add water or oil when heating.
For added longevity, pre-heat and cool your cookware gradually.
Use wooden, silicon or nylon utensils. Metal can scratch the porcelain.
Use oven mitts to protect hands from hot cookware and knobs. Protect countertops/tables by placing hot cookware on trivets or heavy cloths.

3.How to remove residue from enameled cast iron
If debris is caked onto the walls of your enameled cast iron pot or pan, there are a couple of other cleaning methods:
Fill your vessel with water about halfway, then boil on the stovetop to loosen up stuck food
Use a wooden spoon or similar utensil (avoid using metal) to scrape off dried foods
To remove tough stains, mix up a solution of 1/3 bleach and 2/3 water, pour into the pot and let soak

4.Caring for Enameled Cast Iron Cookware
Allow cookware to cool before washing.
Although dishwasher safe, hand washing with warm soapy water and a nylon Scrub Brush is recommended.
If necessary, use nylon pads or scrapers to remove food residue; metal pads or utensils will scratch or chip porcelain.
Always dry cookware thoroughly before storing in a cool, dry place.

Post time: Dec-15-2021