In this blog, we will tell you about two of the most beloved cookware ranges and will help you decide which one you should choose; cast iron or stain steel.
Cast Iron Cookware
Is Cast iron good or bad?
This is one question everyone seems to be asking now as the cookware range that was loved by our grandmothers and mothers is making a comeback to the Indian kitchen. The popularity declined when non-stick cookware took over the market but as health concerns grew about Teflon, cast iron came back with a bang.
Are cast iron cookware healthy?
Well absolutely. There are so many things to love about this range:
Versatile - Use it on the stove, oven or the grill, cast iron will work absolutely great.
Durable – No one can doubt the superior strength of cast iron. It lasts forever if you treat it with minimal care.
Heat capacity and retention – Cast iron is known to withstand searing heat and retain it too for a longer time.
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Stainless Steel Cookware
Cast iron or stainless steel is a question that can confuse a lot of you as both the ranges are great in their own way. Stainless steel skillet is known for its classic shine, versatile usage, chic profile as well as stellar heat conduction and unbeatable durability.
The various features of stainless-steel cookware include:
Heat conduction - A multi clad, high-quality stainless-steel range like Select or Trivantage is known for its superior heat conduction.
Durability – Just like cast iron, stainless steel is also extremely durable and you do not have to worry about scratches, rust or chipping.
Versatile – Stainless Steel is non-reactive which means you can cook absolutely anything in it like acidic foods such as tomato sauce or wine.
Easy Maintenance – Stainless steel does not require special maintenance.