Non-stick Use & Care
For best results when sautéing or searing, preheat cookware before adding food, but do not preheat an empty cookware:
- Before you begin cooking, add a small amount of cooking oil (Note: aerosol non-stick sprays are not recommended and may create a sticky residue which is difficult to clean if not washed promptly or overheated). Preheat for 1−2 minutes on medium heat. Add food and adjust the heat setting as needed.
- Always use low or medium heat when cooking food. This helps preserve the nonstick surface.
Before using all cookware for the 1st time, wash it thoroughly with hot soapy water to ensure it is clean. Dry completely before storing.
Do not use abrasive cleansers like steel wool, cleansers with chlorine bleach, or oven cleaning solutions as they may permanently damage the cookware.
To help reduce scratches on interior coatings, place paper, cloth towels, or cookware protectors between cookware when storing.
|Cookware is oven-safe to 500°F (260°C). Glass lid is oven-safe to 500°F (260°C).
|Never place this product under the broiler. The nonstick coating will be severely damaged.
|Microwave and outdoor grill
|Not microwave or outdoor grill-safe.
|Non-stick sprays and oils
|Do not use non-stick sprays on the cookware as they cause an invisible build up and impair the nonstick coating
performance. Do not overheat oil, butter, or shortening. This will create a sticky residue that will aect the release of the nonstick and result in a reduced life of the coating.
|Nylon, wooden, and plastic tools are recommended to maintain beauty of the stainless steel. Metal whisks and non-sharp metal utensils can be used, but may scratch the surface. In time, stainless will show wear from normal use.