Meyer Anzen Ceramic Coated Cookware 20cm Wok / Kadai With Lid
Ceramic Kadai presents an effective alternative to ordinary nonstick cookware. With its silicone and oxygen-based ceramic gel, Ceramic Kadai offers a stick-resistant cooking surface, allowing you to cook with minimal oil. By opting for Ceramic Kadai, you can enjoy the benefits of nonstick cooking while prioritizing your health and the environment.
How is Meyer Anzen Ceramic Kadai 20cm Wok better than coated cookware?
If you're looking for a safer alternative to ordinary nonstick kadai, consider using Ceramic Kadai. It has a stick-resistant surface like nonstick kadai, but Ceramic Kadai made from different materials and is more environmentally friendly. Ceramic Kadai offers great performance and is a great choice for those who care about their health and the environment.
Ceramic Kadai has a nonstick cooking surface created by a silicone and oxygen gel. Using this Ceramic Kadai means you can cook with less oil because the food slides off easily. Unlike other cheap nonstick coatings, there is no risk of harmful chemicals being released when heated. Ceramic Kadai is a safe and trustworthy choice for preparing your favorite dishes.
Ceramic Kadai has a non-porous surface that can handle highly acidic foods without absorbing any taste, odor, or stains. This means that your Ceramic Kadai will remain looking new, no matter how many acidic dishes you cook in it. So, whether you're cooking a rich tomato sauce or tangy lemon chicken, your Ceramic Kadai will maintain its pristine appearance and neutral flavor over time.
Ceramic Kadai is just as good in terms of heat distribution and resilience. The thick body construction of Ceramic Kadai enables rapid, consistent, and effective heat transfer. As a result, cooking time is reduced, and energy consumption is minimized, making Ceramic Kadai an environmentally friendly option. Ceramic Kadai can withstand temperatures up to 400-450 degrees Celsius, making it ideal for searing meats and vegetables that require high heat.
The design of Ceramic Kadai is noteworthy, particularly the loop handles on the kadai's sides. These sizable loop handles provide a secure and comfortable grip, giving you complete control over the Ceramic Kadai. You can effortlessly handle and maneuver the Ceramic Kadai whether you're lifting or tossing food.
Ceramic Kadai is lighter in weight compared to cast iron cookware due to the combination of an aluminum base and ceramic coating. This feature makes Ceramic Kadai easier to handle in the kitchen and reduces the strain on your wrists and arms, especially when working with larger pieces of cookware.
Caring for Ceramic Kadai is easy because of the premium finishing, which stops food from sticking to it. This means you can effortlessly clean any residue and save time and effort, while keeping your Ceramic Kadai in great condition for many years.
What are some tips to maintain Ceramic Kadai?
To ensure that your ceramic kadai lasts a long time and continues to perform well, it needs to be handled and cared for gently. Follow these steps to maintain Ceramic Kadai’s condition:
To prevent accidental damage, be careful when handling the ceramic kadai and avoid bumping or dropping it. When storing Ceramic Kadai, make sure to keep it in a safe location where other utensils will not knock Ceramic Kadai over or cause damage.
To get the ceramic kadai ready for its first use, wash it with mild dish soap and warm water. Rinse Ceramic Kadai thoroughly to ensure there isn't any soap residue left and dry it completely before using it.
To ensure that heat is distributed evenly, place the ceramic kadai on a stove burner that matches its size without exceeding the diameter of the base. Also, be careful to avoid sudden temperature changes because even though ceramic can tolerate high heat, Ceramic Kadai may get damaged due to quick temperature changes.
To avoid scratches on the surface of Ceramic Kadai while cooking, it is best to use silicone utensils. Do not use sharp metal utensils as they may damage the Ceramic Kadai coating. It is important to regulate the heat and avoid keeping an empty kadai on high heat for a long time. Prior to cooking, apply oil or cooking spray to prevent food from sticking on Ceramic Kadai.
To clean the ceramic kadai, wait for it to cool down completely. Then, clean it using warm water and mild dish soap. Be careful not to use harsh cleaning agents or abrasive scrubbers as they may cause scratches. In case of stubborn stains, soak the Ceramic Kadai in warm, soapy water. Rinse it thoroughly and dry it completely before storing Ceramic Kadai.