How Do I Prepare Cast Aluminum Cookware?
Please read about our guidlines and tips to use our cookware for long time and safe! Clean & care instructions for sakuchi cookware
- Wash new cast aluminum cookware with 2 cups vinegar and warm soapy water before using for the first time. The last traces of oil production will be eliminated during this process. Then thoroughly rinse and towel dry.
- Before using cast aluminum cookware, coat it with 1 tablespoon (5 mL) vegetable oil. Wipe the inside with a soft cloth to remove the grease. If the food adheres to the surface while cooking, repeat this conditioning phase every two months.
- Nonstick spray on nonstick surfaces can lead to unseen buildup. These sprays can cause food to adhere to surfaces by damaging the non-stick release system. As far as possible, avoid using non-stick sprays.
Our thick cast aluminum construction smoothly distributes heat, allowing for even cooking at all heat settings, and effortlessly transfers between the oven and stovetop, offering you even more versatility with just one pan. Even the stickiest foods will lose their grip on our PFOA-free nonstick coating, allowing you to cook with less oil.
• To remove stuck-on food, soak cookware in warm, soapy water and scrub gently with a plastic cleaning pad.
• Scouring pads and harsh cleaners should be avoided since they will scratch any nonstick coating.
• Wipe away water spots or minor stains with vinegar or lemon juice, then thoroughly rinse and dry with a soft cloth. Dishwasher use will reduce the nonstick coating's releasing characteristics over time. So, to ensure that your favorite pan lasts as long as possible, hand wash your nonstick cast aluminum cookware.
WHAT UTENSILS SHOULD I USE WITH CAST ALUMINUM COOKWARE?
Our cast aluminum cookware's non-stick coating is extremely durable, and metal utensils should have no effect on it. On nonstick surfaces, however, it is always advisable to use wood, plastic, or silicone utensils wherever possible.
Can Cast Aluminum Pans Go In The Oven?
Yes! Our all products are over safe at 300°F and under normal stovetop cooking situations, cast aluminum handles and knobs are designed to keep cool. However, prolonged use of the stovetop or oven may cause the handles to get heated. When working with hot pans or covers, always sure you utilize pot handles or holders.