- 4 cooking pots
- 4 glass lids
- Sizes 16cm, 18cm, 20cm and 22cm.
- Specially designed bottom for better heat efficiency
- Backlite handles for fire resistance
- Non-stick Coating
- Easy to use and maintain
Pots 4 Sets Non-Stick
A cookware set is usually a set of cooking vessels or food preparation vessels that can be found in the kitchen, and which are typically made from materials that do not melt easily. Among the types of utensils are frying pans, saucepans, pressure cookers, chip pans, roasting pans, etc., which are intended for use on stovetops or range cooktops and can be used on stove tops. The majority of connoisseurs recommend that it is best to avoid using aluminum-coated nonstick utensils, for the simple reason that these materials dent easily and cause uneven cooking when used with nonstick utensils. Furthermore, if the stove heats unevenly, such utensils develop hot spots causing certain areas to burn.
Traditionally in many cultures across the world, unglazed pottery or earthenware was used in cooking daily food. The use of these materials is still prevalent. Given its natural makeup, earthenware is the ideal cookware, as food prepared in these vessels retains its natural flavor. Each type of cookware affects the flavor of the food prepared in it. For this reason, one needs variety in cooking utensils to achieve optimal results. There are a variety of utensils available in the markets, such as cast-iron utensils, stainless-steel vessels, glass utensils, aluminum and Teflon-coated nonstick pans etc.
Food prepared in a variety of cookware tastes different. For instance, meat tastes delicious when cooked for a long period of time in a cast-iron pot, but loses its scrumptious flavor when prepared in stainless-steel vessels. No cooking pan has as many uses as the cast-iron skillet. Truly there is no replacing this champion. Master-chefs across the world deem it as the most valuable and resourceful tool in the kitchen as it is indispensable for quality cooking. Cast iron skillets cook and bake faster than other utensils, typically ten to fifteen minutes faster.