Ceramic Cookware Cooking Tips
The cooking surface of these pots and pans are reducing cooking time and used less energy and surprisingly, they can never be damaged. Forget about scratches, ceramic cookware is the most durable one on the market. Besides, they can be used for broiling, for baking in the oven, in the toaster oven, steamer oven, convection oven, microwave oven, on the stove-top and even on the barbecue grill. Ceramic cookware and ceramic utensils are also safe and convenient for serving on the dining table.
2. Cooking on Glass Stove Top – The cooking method is pretty much the same with the previous one, but remember to always set up the heat to the lowest (of course if you’re not boiling, then you can use a high temperature) and not to slide your cookware over the glass stove top because the bottom of the specially designed cookware can damage the glass surface of your stove.
3. Don’t cut your food in the ceramic pan with metal utensils because they are designed with rough and sharp edges which can leave marks on your cookware. Use ceramic utensils for example which can extend the life of your ceramic pans.
4. Don’t throw your ceramic cookware in the washer under cold water if it’s still hot. Allow it to cool down before doing that.
5. Don't overdo the oil/fats - When cooking with your ceramic cookware you don’t have to use too much oil or butter. They are non-stick materials, so all you have to do is use a tiny bit of oil or butter which will lightly cover the cookware’s surface.