Cast iron cookware
To ensure that you enjoy your product for a long time, please observe the following important instructions for use and care.
Cast iron cookware has a long tradition and also meets the demands of the modern kitchen. The material offers optimum heat storage capacity for even cooking results and enables low-energy and low-fat cooking and frying. The cookware is also ideal for serving, as the material stores the heat generated during cooking and thus keeps the food warm.
The cookware made of enamelled cast iron is suitable for all types of cookers: Electric and gas hobs, glass ceramic and induction hobs.
In addition, the products can also be used in the oven or on the grill. Only heat the cookware gradually to the desired temperature - especially on induction hobs. Heating too quickly not only leads to poorer cooking results, but also to discolouration and possible damage to the product surface.
Once the required temperature has been reached, you can reduce the heat input. This saves energy and the food is cooked gently.
Thanks to the robust enamel layer, standard kitchen utensils can be used. However, we recommend avoiding objects with sharp edges and not tapping the cooking utensils on the edge of the pot or pan.
Caution: During use, the cookware as well as handles and lid knobs can become hot. Therefore, always use a pot holder, oven gloves or similar and always place the still hot cookware on a protected surface. With regular use, the screws of the lid knobs and pan handles can become loose. Please make sure that these are always retightened.
TIP: Thanks to the excellent heat storage properties, you will achieve the best cooking results at low and medium temperature levels. This preserves the flavour as well as the heat-sensitive vitamins and you save a lot of energy when cooking.
CULINARIS - SINCE 1997