Published at Wednesday, 06 November 2019. cookware. By Hyo-Sonn Jeon.
Clay material and cast iron are the classy traditional option. Clay is absorbent which when saturated with water and heated in the oven, allows steam to evaporate from the pores resulting to an increased flavor in the food. Clay pots are efficient, requiring less fat, less liquid, and less tending. For the cast iron, even without the porcelain coating, it is an excellent material for a cookware. It is generally pre-coated with unsalted fat that is heated to avoid rusting. It conducts heat efficiently and is very affordable. While cast iron takes a while to heat up, its temperature stays consistently hot retaining the heat evenly.
Copper is used for a lot of high end cookware on the market. But most cookware made with copper has a cooking surface made of stainless steel, nickel, or tin. And while cookware made of copper is excellent for heat conductivity, there are some advantages and disadvantages.Because copper is a malleable and ductile metal, it is used in a lot of high end cookware, which is why high end cookware manufacturers prefer it above other materials. And of course, the look of copper is distinct and very attractive, making copper cookware the popular choice of many households.
Stainless cookware can be washed in soapy water easily. To prevent water spots on the pot, rinse the cookware and dry thoroughly. Only use mild cleansers. Stainless cookware with copper bottom can be cleaned in any dish detergent. Ceramic, enameled and glass cookware are simply washed with a mild cleanser, but there are ready-made dish detergents for these materials that you can use. Clay pots should never be washed in a dishwasher, or with any detergent because the porous clay will absorb the odor and taste of the cleaning material. The best thing is to wash the cookware with warm water using brush and bake soda.
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