Advice on ceramic pans
- Wash the pan with mild detergent and a soft sponge or brush
- Properly dry the pan afterwards
- Put the pan on the stove with a layer of natural oil
- Let the oil slowly become hot on low heat
- Turn off the heat and allow the oil to cool completely
- Rinse the pan with water
- Dry the pan
- Your ceramic pan is now ready for use
Use of a ceramic pan
A ceramic pan can tolerate high temperatures, but that doesn't mean you have to put your heat source at full capacity. Use up to 75% of your heat source's power and raise it slowly. The ceramic coating distributes the heat quickly and evenly and also maintains it for a long time. Turn your heat source down when your pan is at the right temperature, otherwise the risk of burning is very high. A ceramic pan has a very smooth surface, but we still recommend using a greasy substance like oil or butter to reduce the risk of burning.
Maintenance of a ceramic pan
A ceramic pan lasts the longest if you don't use metal objects in the pan. These affect the ceramic coating. Make sure you clean the pan by hand after use. A dishwasher often uses pretty aggressive cleaning agents that damage the ceramic coating and the handle. Rinse the pan with warm water immediately after baking and use a soft sponge or brush if necessary. Dry the pan with a soft cloth. Is your pan discolored? Boil a water-vinegar mixture in it every now and then, so that it will shine clean again.