Prevent oil and dust build-up
on your cookware
It has been said that behind every
great meal is a cook that whipped us scrumptious dishes in reliable, quality
stainless cookware. Every ingredient tossed or stirred in this so-called "alloy
of iron" gets to be enjoyed with so much gusto by those who are patient
enough to see the delicious results.
For every good dish that receives a thumbs-up verdict, cookware is not far behind.
If stainless steel cookware reigns supreme in your kitchen, it is best to know
the proper care to maximize its functionality. Here's how you can prevent such
delicate ware from oil and dust build-up.
cook.. When using your stainless
steel cookware for the first time, make sure to wash it off with warm water
and soap using a clean sponge. This should prevent spotting on the surface and
will keep it sparkling.
clear. When removing stuck food
your cookware, pour warm water on any stainless steel surface, let sit for a
few minutes before gently scrubbing away food scraps.
salt. When cooking a feast for the family, make sure to bring
water to a boil first before adding salt. This will help prevent small white
dots from forming on the surface. It will also enable the cookware to sparkle
when polished with a clean cloth.
loving care. When caring for stainless steel ware, it pays to
be mild and non-abrasive when cleaning them. Avoid steel wool or rough sponges
when clearing away stuck-on food scraps. Also, leaving cookware under high temperature
will also make them vulnerable to rust, corrosion and discoloration.
Make your stainless steel cookware
last longer. Stainless steel ware are durable because they are non-porous, scratch-proof
and have easy to clean surfaces. It is also the brand preferred by top restaurateurs,
caterers and budget-conscious homemakers. Certified by the National Sanitation
Foundation (one of the world's most respected certification providers related
to public health safety), its stainless steel products are of excellent quality,
safe lead-free and non-toxic.