Healthy, non-fat cooking like on a natural hot stone
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Yes. You do not need to use any fats or oils when cooking with StoneDine. It is the best steak or fish pan ever as it sears and seals and sears juices in, rather than “boiling” food in its own juices [like many of the competitors!]. Restaurant quality steaks at home, every time.
You can use it on induction, gas, electric and ceramic cooktops.
Not if you don’t want to, only use if desired for flavour. It’s a much healthier way to cook, and lots of owners tell us they now prefer the flavour of oil-free cooking!
No. because StoneDine is so easy to clean, we recommend hand washing or simply wiping with a paper towel for best care of your cookware.
Yes, up to 180C/356F, but only for short periods [for example, to "finish off" a frittata under the grill]. Make sure handles are covered with tinfoil, shiny side out.
Use plastic, wood or similar for best care of Original StoneDine cookware. For StoneCote surfaces, you may use metal utensils to flip, slide or stir the food. Never cut food in the interior of any pan as this could damage the surface and void your warranty.
Hand wash only, or simply wipe with a sponge or paper towel. StoneDine is not dishwasher safe. For StoneCote surfaces, steel wool can be used for a serious clean.
Condition your pan before first use – clean thoroughly with soapy water and a soft sponge or cloth and dry thoroughly. Then simply use a paper towel or cloth to wipe 2 or 3 drops of cooking oil around the interior surface of the cookware. Wipe off any excess oil and your cookware is now ready to use. Conditioning regularly is recommended, especially after a serious clean.
NOTE: Only add food to an empty pan if the heat it at "medium" or lower. Once food has "sealed", turn control to desired cooking temperature. Adding food to an empty pan on "high" can damage the non-stick coating.
StoneDine guarantees the cookware to be free from defects in workmanship and materials under recommended, private use and service for of 12 years.