Looking for the best coloured non-stick cookware in India? Your search ends here! Presenting Merlot- the safest non-stick cookware in India in the shade of merlot. The dark red hue of this cookware is perfect for both your kitchen and cooking. Its beautiful colour will add a touch of liveliness to your space, while the great specs guarantee that your cooking experience is enjoyable! This revolutionary cookware makes for an excellent present that your friends and family members would love to receive.
The USP of this range is its revolutionary diamond-dusted interior with ridged and dimpled ‘Square-Dot’ pattern for smooth food release and resistance against utensil abrasion.
The premium non-stick pots and pans are scratch-resistant. They are easy to wash and clean, so you can maintain the sleek look. This kitchen appliance compliments any modern kitchen.
What does Meyer Merlot Range consist of?
Stylish cookware shouldn't have to compromise on function, which is why the Merlot Cookware Kadai and Frypan are perfect for any kitchen. With a unique and stylish design, this non-stick cookware set will make cooking and dining more enjoyable. Built to last with sturdy construction and pure-grade aluminum. Only high-quality materials were used in its making. The Merlot cookware range is lined with a three-layer diamond dust non-stick coating that is free of harmful acid (PFOA) and heavy metals. This always ensures safety and hygiene for users. The aluminium of the highest quality helps to distribute heat evenly, so your food will be cooked perfectly every time. The handles are designed for a comfortable grip and stay cool to the touch.
Meyer Merlot Range:
1. Kadai (20CM, 24CM, 26CM, 28CM, 30CM)
A wok is a round bottomed cooking utensil with high sides that typically has two side handles or one larger handle. The round bottom of the wok allows heat to be more evenly distributed, so food can cook faster. The short walls make it easy to toss food, like when you're cooking a stir fry. This way, the ingredients can be mixed together and cooked evenly throughout. Excellent for indian deep frying and gravies. E.g- Halwa, Pakode, Kadi, Fried rice, poha, upama, butter chicken, mutton curry etc.
2. Fry Pan (20CM, 24CM, 26CM, 28CM)
Unlike traditional Indian cookware, the bottom of this frying pan is flat and it has a handle. The frying pans come in different sizes, with a flat bottom and slightly curved sides. The depth varies too. There is a handle on the top that projects outward. These were originally used to cook omelettes, chillas, uttapam, but can also be used to sauté small quantities of vegetables/meats. you can fry rice, do scrambled eggs or reheating food.
What can you cook on a non-stick cookware?
Mastering when to use nonstick pans will make your cooking shine. Here's when you should utilize them and when you shouldn't.
Though nonstick pans are excellent for even cooking and easy cleanup, they should only be used for quick-cooking proteins like eggs and fish to produce the best taste.
A nonstick skillet will guarantee beautifully cooked eggs, whether you're making a fluffy omelet or scrambling them. Plus, it'll make flipping a frittata much simpler.
If you want to make the best pancakes, you need a nonstick skillet. These pans will help you cook evenly and produce fluffy, delicious results every time.
Nonstick pans are the ideal cookware for easy fish dishes—like salmon and scallops, which often stick to and make a mess of traditional pans. When using nonstick, be sure to pat the fish dry and preheat the pan for an evenly-cooked, crispy result.
Nonstick skillets are the best type of pan to cook crepes in because they reduce the chance of burning or sticking. As a result, you will end up with a perfect crepe each time that is ready to be filled with fruit, cheese or your accompaniment of choice.
When it comes to cooking gooey, cheesy dishes, nonstick pans are your best friend. With them, you can make perfect grilled cheese sandwiches or quesadillas without any worry that the cheese will stick.