Cutting with a metal knife or utensil
Cutting desserts, meatloaf or other meats in the pan with metal knife or utensils can pierce the coating leaving your pans unsightly, causing foods to stick to stick and rust to form. Use rubber or silicone spatulas to portion and serve from your cookware or bakeware.
Cleaning pans in a dishwasher
Dishwasher detergents are usually to harsh for most & best nonstick cookware and bakeware, and will enentually causing the finish to wear off. Bakeware that has scratches in it may not dry completely and cold cause rust. Hand wash your nonstick implements and dry completely before storing.
cooking on high heat
Most nonstick cookware is made for low and medium heat cooking. Too high heat can wear down or blister the finish as well as cause pans to warp. To maintain your pan and increase its lifespan, follow the manufacturer’s instructions regarding cooking heat.
Storing Foods in your nonstick pans
Foods should never be stored in the pans but should be removed and pans should be cleaned carefully and dried before storing.
Cutting pizza with a cutter
If you cut your pizza right in the nonstick pizza pan it will mar the finish. Always slide your pizza out unto a wooden cutting board, and apply the pizza cutter to portion servings.
Using your bread pans for meats or high acid foods
Nonstick bread pans provide for easy removal of fresh baked bread. Using these same pans for meatloaf or other foods will wear off the finish quicker, as some foods reduce the lifetime of your pans, making them harder to clean and more chance for rust. Keep bread pans just for bread, and designate another pan for other foods.
Features of a nonstick cookware
It has a nonstick feature which may eliminate sticking food on pans especially when cooking eggs.
It is not affected by continuous flexing, vibration or impulse pressures and can withstand hot and cold alternate temperature.
They use much oil, nonstick pans are absolutely the best option for you if you do a lot of cooking and want to prepare your meals in a healthy environment.
Nonstick cooking is made from aluminum, a lightweight metal that makes it easy to flip, turn and transform you dishes into culinary masterpieces.
Nonstick kitchen sets are coated with layers of polytetraflouroethylene or PTFE to prevent food form sticking.
Nonstick cookware is wonderful for everyday use. Professionals may be averse to using them as they consider that certain foods that need browning do not brown. By and large, for a number of recipes they wonderfully easy to cook in. Considered durable some kind of nonstick cookware may be destroyed by high temperatures as the coating does not hold up well to high heat. Grab one now and enjoy an oil free nonstick cooking today.