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Sculptured stainless steel cookware
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USING YOUR COOKWARE
Cooking
• All KitchenAid cookware is designed
for use on gas, electric, and induction
cooktop surfaces.
• Use potholders or oven mitts when
handling hot cookware.
• Before use, wash in hot, soapy water,
rinse, and dry.
• Use low to medium heat for best
cooking. Use high heat for cooking such
as boiling, searing, stir-fry, etc.
• Use oil that cooks best with moderate
heat. Temperatures that are too high or
too low cause sticking.
• To minimize sticking when frying,
sautéing, or searing, preheat the pan for
1–2 minutes over low heat before adding
foods.
• For best results when cooking cold items
like potatoes, microwave them first for
a minute or two to keep them from
sticking.
• For best results, use cooking
spray designated as "less-residue."
Recommended oils for flavor include
olive oil, peanut oil, or sesame oil.
• To avoid small white dots or pits from
forming on the stainless steel interior
surface of your cookware, bring liquids
to a boil before adding salt, and then stir
the ingredients well. Pitting does not
interfere with cooking performance but
may diminish the beauty of the stainless
steel surface.
• For best results, place cookware on
a burner close in diameter to the pan
in use. If cooking with gas, do not allow
the flame to go up the sides of the pan.
• Do not leave an empty pan on a hot
burner or allow pan to boil dry. This
may damage the cookware finish.
• Cookware is oven safe up to 500°F.
• Nonstick cookware only: avoid using
sharp-edged and metal utensils that may
scratch or cut the nonstick surface.
• Nonstick cookware only: do not cut
inside the cookware.
• Nonstick cookware only: do not place
under the broiler.
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