These days it seems everyone is concerned about cooking healthier food — and that means no toxins. The starting point for healthy cooking is selecting fresh ingredents and selecting the right cookware. When you choose organic food you should also be choosing ceramic pots. It’s widely considered to be the safest and most environmentally friendly option.
Ceramic cookware works great for any recipe. By using ceramic cookware, you can feel good about the choice you are making. You can get a durable, hearty product that will not scratch and has a 50-year warranty. You can find ceramic cookware that are exquisite examples of artisanship, and many are show pieces as well as functional cooking vessels. The Morrocon Tagine is a great example.
Whether you have been cooking with ceramic cookware for years, or you just bought your first ceramic sauce pot or bakeware, here are some essential tips on how to use it, how to take care of it, and cooks’ tricks that can help you get the most out of your ceramic cookware.
Preserve the coating: always nest your non-stick pans carefully. Never place any metal pan covers with thin, sharp edges inside your pans.
Use Low to medium heat: ceramics distributes heat more effectively, causing some foods to cook more quickly.
Cool then Clean your cookware: hand-wash it in warm soapy water, rinse and then dry with a soft towel.