Why Meyer Centennial Nickel Free Stainless-Steel Cookware?
Discard the dullness of black and white, and welcome an incomparable blend of strength, sheen and colour with Centennial's exclusive stainless steel cookware range. Its lustrous hues will bring a touch of vibrancy to your kitchen while its remarkable quality elevates your culinary masterpieces. Crafted with the exceptional strength of stainless steel and boasting a thick aluminium core, this Nickel-Free Stainless Steel cookware range is designed for superior performance. Enjoy great heat conduction and pitting resistance all in one package.
This cookware is designed to function seamlessly with all types of stoves, featuring a smooth and durable surface that makes cooking effortless as well as cleaning easier than ever.
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Centennial Nickel Free Stainless Steel Kadai, 22cm and 26cm
Centennial Nickel Free Stainless Steel Fry pan, 20cm, 22cm, 24cm, 26cm,28cm
The advantages of stainless steel
Stainless steel remains the top choice for professional hospitality and foodservice industries, making it an optimal material for constructing equipment in culinary spaces. Not only does stainless steel excel within hotel establishments or catering sectors, but its versatility extends to all aspects of food processing activities as well. Steel is the ideal material for any food container thanks to its numerous advantages: it's long-lasting and durable, easy to clean, and uncoated. Plus, it doesn't change your food's taste or smell. It also remains a neutral surface that never introduces toxins into your meals - making sure you always eat healthy! This is why it proudly earns its label as a "environment friendly product", which means that all components are recyclable and the material itself contains no toxic coatings.
Stainless steel is renowned for its versatility; not only does it make a great material in cutlery, cookware or medical instruments but also serves as defendable protection against bacteria and mold. Its non-porous surface will remain smooth and stable over time and yes, it is highly corrosion resistant.
Stainless-steel: different grades of stainless steel
The two primary grades of stainless steel utilized for cookware are International Standard 430 (Magnetic) and 18/10 stainless steel, also commonly known as 304. For customers seeking an alternative to Nickel-containing stainless steel, Meyer offers a safe option that prevents nickel leaching into their food. This solution has been preferred by those looking for a reliable and trusted international brand they can trust to keep them healthy. With Meyer's Nickel Free Stainless-Steel selection, consumers now have the choice of avoiding potential health risks associated with other options on the market.
Stainless steel, your best ally in cooking ware
If you're considering stainless steel utensils for your kitchen, make sure to check the thickness. To guarantee an even heat distribution during cooking, opt for a pan or saucepan that has .6mm in thickness - this will ensure optimal results! In addition to checking the thickness of your equipment, take into account its weight as well; heavier items indicate more stainless steel is used and tend to be pricier. When it comes to pots, pans, and saucepans, heavier models tend to be more resistant against deformation and shock while providing a longer lifespan. That being said, Meyer Centennial understands that everyone has different living standards; thus, they have developed cookware that is lightweight yet durable with colours sure to fit your style!
Suitable for multiple cooktops
Meyer Centennial Nickel Free Stainless-Steel range exemplifies the perfect combination of stainless steel, aluminium, and nickel-free stainless steel, creating an encased base that is suitable for all types of stoves - gas, induction, or glass-ceramic. This thick encapsulated base helps to ensure compatibility with a wide variety of cooking surfaces.
Stainless-steel a versatile cookware
No matter if you're cooking something that needs to be seared, grilled, or stewed; creating a sauce or even flipping pancakes - when determining the shape, height, and diameter of your dishware for food preparation purposes; you'll be able to choose exactly what suits your culinary ambitions.
Don't be hesitant to invest in the various cooking items you require, make sure to pick the best equipment for what you want to cook and also determine that it is of an appropriate size so that all your food can fit properly.
Handles are the key
For superior quality stainless steel cookware, it's essential to consider the type of handle or grip included. Phenolic handles and stay cool handles are excellent choices since they remain cool during cooking - preventing burning hands!
Investing in high-quality stainless steel cooking ware may come with a higher price tag than other materials, but this durable and reliable material can last you for decades. Stainless steel is far superior to ordinary non-stick cookware and is suited for any type of culinary experience. With Meyer Centennial's stainless steel that is equipped with an encapsulated base, you are able to cook your meals at high temperatures and then adjust the heat level for stewing or simmering. Furthermore, its stainless-steel material offers easy cleaning, and it is even dishwasher safe!
Why is Meyer Centennial an exquisite range
For some of us, whipping up something delicious and nutritious isn't as easy or appealing as it is for others. If you're one of those who needs a bit more motivation to get in the kitchen and cook for yourself, then Meyer Centennial is for you.
Our customers have expressed that having aesthetically pleasing, vibrant cookware encourages them to be in the kitchen more often - especially given this past year of so much home cooking. Although it would be nice to believe that these exquisite centennial will automatically make you an exceptional chef, the fact remains: you still have to cut up vegetables, season them properly and cook them.
Heat your pan in advance and don't forget to grease it up so that the food doesn't stick.
When you start cooking with a skillet, the first order of business is preheating it. Place your pan on the stovetop over medium or even medium-high heat and watch as your food comes to life! Whether it's meat or vegetables that are searing or sautéing, you'll be sure to have delectably cooked creations in no time. Ready to utilize your pan? Test it with a few water droplets: when the liquid forms into spheres and bounces around on the surface, you'll know that your pan is hot enough! With this simple trick, you can start cooking in no time.
Before adding any oil to the pan, make sure that it is fully heated; otherwise, you risk burning your ingredients. This becomes even more of a concern if you are using an oil with low smoke temperature like olive oil since it might start smoking before you have begun cooking anything! Before you add the oil to the pan, ensure that all of the water has fully evaporated. Otherwise, you risk being burned by hot splashes when adding oil. Oil is essential for preventing sticking but don't overdo it; a thin layer will suffice. Generously coat the bottom of your pan with oil - unless, that is, your recipe explicitly requests a greater quantity. If you used too much oil, wipe it away with a paper towel. We do not recommend using canned spray cooking oils.
After adding the oil, let it warm until you can observe a light swirling pattern. Introducing cold food to an oil that is not at its ideal temperature may lead to your food's sticking, due to the drastic decrease in heat from both the cold ingredients and their contact with cool oil.
When you put food in the pan, it should come alive with a classic sizzle - one of the most fulfilling elements of cooking. If your food is not producing that sound, then chances are your temperature is low and will result in sticking. Therefore, it's best to test a single piece before adding the entire batch for maximum success!
Avoid! Hot Pan and Cold food
Making the mistake of adding cold food to a hot pan can be an amateur chef's worst-case scenario, causing an abrupt decrease in temperature and potential sticking. To ensure your culinary masterpiece is cooked flawlessly and free from disaster, it's best to let your ingredients reach room temperature prior to cooking. — To get the most delicious result from your cooking, ensure that you take out food items from the refrigerator close to when they will be cooked. This simple trick requires a bit of prior preparation yet pays off! The amount of time it takes for food items such as steak or salmon to reach room temperature varies depending on their thickness - steaks require more time than fish and vegetables like broccoli. By remembering this small pre-cooking step, you can enjoy some truly scrumptious dishes!
When you sear, a layer around the meat keeps its juices inside. If you feel like your food is sticking to the pan when examining it with a spatula, do not force it off - this indicates that the perfect crust has been created! Let the food cook longer and then give the pan a shake to see if there's enough room for flipping over without assistance. Bear in mind that each side should only be seared once, so pay attention throughout the process!
Take Care of your Steel Cookware
To ensure your stainless-steel pans last for years to come, proper maintenance is just as important as accurate use in the kitchen. You can guarantee they'll remain in optimal condition by caring for them with care and attention. If you're searching for durable cookware that can survive the dishwasher, stainless steel is your best bet! Unlike others with delicate non-stick coatings, this type of pan will hold up to multiple cycles in the dishwasher without any detriment. With a stainless-steel pan in your kitchen, meal prep becomes effortless and hassle-free! Whether you're a fan of hand-washing dishes or not, stainless steel pans are always ready to be cleaned that way! Just make sure the pan has cooled down before running water over it – this will stop warping and discoloration. To keep your pans looking sparkling clean, use either soapy water or specialized oxalic acid cleaning powders like Pitambari.