How to look after Cast Iron Cookware,Cooking


Cast Iron Cookware has been a favorite choice for cookware and has been around for over 100 years. Many senior cooks know that the cookware they use is as critical as the ingredients in their recipes. When you are buying new cookware, the most important thing is not their shiny or pretty look, its price, and nor their best matches your kitchen furnishings. You should keep in mind 2 basic things while purchasing cookware. One is how evenly cookware heats and how well it holds the heat. Cast Iron Cookware has both qualities.

Cast Iron Cookware is a very good conductor of heat and diffuses the heat evenly. These cooking pots hold the heat for long period of time. That is why these cooking pots can be used not only on top of the stove as well as in the oven. Every piece of cast iron cookware used for multipurpose and also unbreakable. A good care of these cooking pots make them a precious treasure for next generation.
You can keep your Cast Iron Cookware in top condition and at its best performance level only following these simple steps. Before using for the first time Cast Iron Cooking pots should be protected whether it is a skillet, a pot, dutch oven or other piece. Protecting or seasoning allows oil to soak into the pores of the cast iron and creates a nonstick surface.
In the process of protection Cast Iron Cookware start rubbing it with a stiff brush in hot soapy water. When it is dry, fully coat the inside and out side surfaces with vegetable oil or melted shortening. Later than place Cast Iron Cookware on the middle rack of preheated 350 degree oven. After 30 minutes remove it from the oven, wipe it dry and again place it back in the oven for further 30 minutes. Cast Iron Cooking pots need not to be protected each time it is used if cleaned properly.
To clean Cast Iron Cookware, it is best to fill it with water and bring it to a boil, pour out the boiling water and wipe the cookware dry. Detergent should never be used on Cast Iron Cooking pots as it will remove the seasoning. Likewise, using a scouring pad can also remove the seasoning. If food is stuck to the surface, it can be carefully dislodged with a spoon or table knife. Once Cast Iron Cookware is clean, all surfaces should be rubbed with a coating of oil and stored in a dry cool place.

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