Cleaning and Maintenance of Your Ceramic Cookware
Because you want to get rid of the food particles that got stuck on them. For instance, if there is some leftover food particles on your ceramic pan, the next time you cook something with it will only add up to the problem. The foods that you’re currently cooking will stick on the previous and further aggravate the issue.
Each manufacturer of ceramic cookware and utensils has different cleaning and maintenance instructions. That’s why you need to read them before doing so. The newest and modern ceramic cookware is designed with a very smooth surface which provides cleaning with ease. You can clean these with any cleaning method you use for your regular cookware. Anything from washing them by hand to putting them in the dishwasher is convenient, safe and practical. But, like I said, the cleaning method depends on the brand.
Some other ceramic coated cookware and utensils require only washing by hand. A general rule for each one of them is to cool down before cleaning. Soak them in hot water before cleaning, then clean them with soapy water, soft sponge, and thoroughly remove any food residues. Also, before storing the ceramic cookware don’t forget to dry it well.
If you are an experienced cook you are familiar with stuck burnt food on the surface of your pans and pots. The same goes for ceramics, so how do you get it off without causing any damage to the surface? Simply fill your cookware with water, put the water to boil and add some baking soda when it starts boiling. Leave it for few more minutes and then gently and smoothly go over the leftovers with your wooden spoon. Finally, rinse and wash when it cools down and you’re good to go. It sounds simple, right? Well, it actually is.
I hope my tips can help you, because after all that’s all I want – to share my experience with you and welcome you to the ceramic cookware family!