How to Clean Ceramic Pans – Tips From Experts
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The ceramic pans are increasingly popular among customers, who increasingly demand more products resistant, environmentally friendly and clean . The number of people who decide to buy ceramic frying pans is increasing since, in addition to being one of the best non-stick materials , they are much easier to clean. Today at TopCarelab we explain how to clean ceramic frying pans to maintain their non-stick properties for as long as possible.
How to use ceramic pans correctly
As you may already know, ceramic is a material that quickly heats up and transmits the temperature to the entire cooking surface very homogeneously. To properly clean ceramic pans, the first step is to be especially careful with their use while cooking. The most important thing is to be careful with the cooking temperature because it is "easy" for it to reach too high a temperature and pass the food to us. It is also recommended not to use too much oil for cooking as they do not need it.
How to wash ceramic pans
At first glance it may seem that ceramic pans are more delicate to clean, but nothing of that. Once the skillet has cooled, you can now clean it with warm water, a little soap dishwasher and a soft sponge. It is recommended to use little soap as little will be enough to make the stains jump. Also, too much can be detrimental to ceramic surfaces.
Wash the ceramic pan with baking soda
First we will need to remove the food remains, which may have been left after cooking, without scratching. The next thing will be to sprinkle bicarbonate on the surface of our ceramic frying pan, influencing, in quantity, on those food that have been stuck. Moisten with a little water to create a paste and let it sit for a few minutes. Then we rinse with water. Finally we rinse again, this time with warm water and a little soap, rubbing gently with a soft, non-aluminum scouring pad.
Wash ceramic pans with glued oil
In this case, the first step is the same as the previous one: remove the remaining food remains. Then, pour a cup of vinegar for four of water, on the surface of our ceramic frying pan, and put it to heat over low heat until it begins to boil. Then we remove and let it cool.
Once the pan is completely cold, we put it under the water tap and clean the bottom with a spatula and a special scouring pad for this type of surface, non-abrasive. This way we will make the remains of the burned oil in our ceramic frying pan disappear. You can use kitchen dishwasher to wash your ceramic pan safely and carefully.
Kyocera Nonstick Ceramic Pans
In our store you can find pans of the Kyocera brand, made with very resistant materials and suitable for daily use. Kyocera is a leading brand and benchmark in the use of ceramic materials in its pans. The skillet body features a stainless steel aluminum alloy and an innovative high performance ceramic coating. These high-quality materials make it possible for food to not stick, as it usually happens with other types of pans.
On the other hand, these Kyocera ceramic frying pans distribute the heat evenly throughout the pan, so we can get the most out of the entire pan. As you can see in the images, they have a very careful design and the handle is perfectly finished and has an ergonomic design in stainless steel. These pans stand out for being very light, so they are perfect for you if you like to move the pan a lot while cooking.
Today ceramic frying pans are a great purchase option and highlight their non-stick and ecological qualities . In addition, we want to highlight that they are neither expensive nor dangerous for health. On the other hand, over time they could lose their non-stick power, so it is important to follow all precautions and advice. At TopCarelab you can find different sizes of Kyocera ceramic pans , with all the quality guarantees.