Berlinger Haus 28cm Marble Coating Non-Stick Shallow Pot - Aspen Collection
|The all-new Monaco Collection by Berlinger Haus
Great looks, versatility, and durability combine in this Marble Coating Nonstick Shallow Casserole with Soft-Edged Lid.
Whether you’re already a gourmet or ready to become one, this well-crafted Monaco Collection Shallow Casserole is a sleek and stylish pot for any kitchen. The shallow casserole features a TOTAL Nonstick System of raised circles and triple layer, premium quality nonstick for long-lasting food release and easy cleanup. Solid, forged construction provides fast, steady heating, and the soft, comfortable handles are riveted for strength. Brown lean cuts of beef or other protein for a savory shallow casserole with less oil and fat, and monitor the cooking progress through the glass lid.
Boost your kitchen performance and style with this all-new Monaco Collection Nonstick Shallow Casserole with Lid, featuring superior nonstick technology.
Forged aluminum thick wall body material
Ergonomic Soft-touch handle
FULL induction based
Suitable for all types of hobs including an Induction hob (Energy-saving!)
PFOA, LEAD, Cadmium free
Easy to clean (Made from efficiently and hygienically materials!)
Material: forged aluminum with black non-stick coating
Shallow pot with lid Ø28*7,5 cm 3,8L
Color: matt black
Never cook on high flame gas stoves with metallic range cookware. The flame will damage the paintwork.
Never use stainless steel utensils on non-stick cookware, rather opt for plastic/silicone utensils as these won't damage the coating.
If any hot liquids spill over the edge of your metallic cookware, wipe them immediately, as leaving them will damage your coating.
Do not leave food overnight in your cookware as this may cause challenges when eventually cleaning them unless the range is specifically made for cooling and storage.
Although our cookware is dishwasher safe, this does not apply to the lids.
For cleaning, do not use metallic scrubbers, the best method for cleaning is warm soapy water and a soft sponge. For really tough stains you can use baking soda and water.
When storing cookware avoid stacking as this may scratch the surface of the coating (Unless you're using a smart lid)