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Cookcell Hybrid Stainless Steel Plus Non Stick Woks & Frypans

Cookcell Hybrid Stainless Steel Plus Non Stick Woks & Frypans

 

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Cookcell uses a honeycomb stainless steel structure to protect its non-stick layer and allows use of metal utensils.

Hybrid refers to a combination of stainless steel and a non-stick layer in a frypan or wok. The stainless steel is made with a honeycomb design, and the non-stick layer fills the inside of the honeycomb holes. That is why when we scratch the wok with a metal utensil, the non-stick layer remains intact.

Benefits

  • Scratch-resistant 
  • Durable nonstick
  • Even heat conductivity
  • Dishwashable
  • Oven safe up to 260°C
  • Compatible with all cooktops: gas, electric, ceramic and induction

    Tips:

    Preheating and use of oil is important because there is a thick layer of stainless steel to protect the non-stick layer. Please cook on medium heat all times. Add some oil first, and then preheat the wok for 30-60 seconds, or until you feel the surface is reasonably hot enough for cooking.

    The non-stick layer could be damaged by high heat similar to other non-stick cookware. Proper heating and maintenance are needed for continued good performance.

    • Once the pan has been preheated, cooking on low to medium heat is recommended.
    • Do not cook on high heat as it will damage the non-stick layers.
    • Use of oil is recommended.
    • Click here for complete user guide.

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