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Dogado Cookware Set with Detachable Handle User Guide

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Dogado Cookware Set with Detachable Handle User Guide

dogado is a Korean cookware brand renowned for its healthy ceramic non-stick cookware, which is free of PFOA and PTFE. The cookware itself can be used as a serving plate on the dining table. The set includes a pot, a saucepan, and a frypan with a detachable handle. Two glass lids are included.

Please read the entire user guide before use.

Refrigerator, dishwasher, and oven

  • Food can be placed inside and covered with a lid, then placed into the refrigerator.┬á
  • Both the cookware and lid are dishwasher safe and fridge safe, but not freezer safe.
  • Pots, saucepans, and frypans can be used in the oven at 220 degrees.
  • Lid and handle are not oven-safe.

High Heat Damage

  • Ceramic nonstick cookware can easily be damaged by high temperatures, for example, while deep-frying or using steam. Use with medium heat only.
  • Heat level, Please note that the heat levels shown below are for general reference only. Every cooktop is different. The following ranges apply if 10 is the maximum.
    • Low heat: the heat level is 1-2.
    • Medium low heat: the heat level is 3-4.
    • Medium heat: the heat level is 5.
    • Medium high heat: the heat level is 7-8.
    • High heat: the heat level is 9-10.

Hob compatibility

  • The cookware set can be used on gas, ceramic, electric, and induction cooktops.
  • The detachable handle must be removed when cooking. The handle may be damaged by flame and direct heat.

Detachable handle

  • Detachable handle┬áis not designed for cooking, so avoid using┬áit while cooking.
  • The handle's base will turn yellow when heated. This indicates that you should not continue to cook with the handle.
  • On the handle, there is a safety design. Please ensure that you hold the middle part of the handle as shown in the following image. If you held the handle tip, you could not hold the cookware firmly.
  • Whenever the handle becomes unstable, stop using it and replace it.
Dogado 6-Piece Ceramic Nonstick Induction Pan & Pot Set with Detachable Handle

Dos and don'ts for all nonstick cookware

To get the best out of your nonstick cookware, follow these simple steps.

Use a soft cloth or sponge

When cleaning your cookware, a soft cloth or sponge is the best tool for the job. Wet the cookware first. Then use a mild detergent and a soft cloth to wipe away any food debris and grease.

Some nonstick cookware have excellent nonstick properties. As shown in the image, users often do not clean cookware thoroughly, which results in oil remaining on the surface. This commonly happens with ceramic and nobel coatings. Use a soft sponge to clean the surface.

Never use harsh chemicals

Ammonia, bleach, and other harsh chemicals may damage or discolour your cookware.

 Do not cook over high heat 

Do not cook over high heat - My Cookware
Exposure to high heat will deteriorate the surface over time. Please cook over low and medium heat. The image above shows a normal frypan. When cooking with a Dogado cookware set, remove the detachable handle.

Radiant heat on the side should be avoided. Especially if you are using a gas cooktop, the flame should not go beyond the cookbase. It will burn the handle.

If food becomes burnt and is stuck to the frying pan, let the pan cool down. Use a soft cloth or a clean sponge and wash the pan with a mild detergent.

Do not use a dirty pan

Food or oil residue will create a sticky buildup. Cookware should be thoroughly cleaned and dried after each use.

Use a soft cloth or a clean sponge and wash the pan with a mild detergent.

Do not use sharp or abrasive objects

This applies to both cooking and cleaning. Using sharp objects like knives or metal spatulas to stir or remove food from the pan can scratch and damage the coating on the pan. Similar damage can occur from using abrasive items like steel wool for cleaning.

Use wooden spoons or silicone spatulas for stirring food. Clean your pan with a soft dishrag or non-metallic sponge or brush.

Season your pan to protect it (optional)

Follow these simple steps:
  • Rinse and completely dry the pan.
  • Use a paper towel to rub about a teaspoon of oil around the inside of the pan
  • (Recommended) Re-season the pan by rubbing it with a small amount of oil each time before using it.

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