1.if you need a cover you can order our 28cm ceramic frying pan cover ,and you just need to spend 10$ to get a product which is valued 13$.if you need please tell us we adjust the cover price for you .
2.This product only has one color :green.It is ceramic inside Coating Aluminum.
The Benefits of Cooking With Ceramic Cookware
The majority of us have seen the attractive displays of ceramic cookware in kitchenware stores or catalogs. Possibly you have considered
the benefits of ceramic cookware and whether it is worth the substantial price tag. Be sure to check out the Circulon Elite 10-piece Nonstick
Hard-Anodized Cookware Set.
The attractive appearance of ceramic cookware can?t be ignored. This cookware boasts a high-gloss finish which makes it ideal for serving or
simply displaying. There lurks a startling level of strength underneath that pretty face, though. Unlike copper, the ceramic surface does not
corrode and needs no polishing. Unlike cast iron, this cookware doesn?t call for seasoning to perform well. In the implausible occasion that food
becomes dried on the ceramic surface and can?t merely rinse off, scouring powder can be employed without scarring the high-gloss coating.
Knowledgable cooks would not recommend this kind of cleansing on cast iron pots or products with nonstick coating. A nice comparable model
to check out is the Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick & Stainless 10 Piece Cookware Set.
Ceramic cookware is probably the most versatile cookware in stores. This touch, glazed material is made to put up with direct heat from a stove
burner, and can easily tolerate the heat from home or commercial-grade ovens. For that matter, ceramic cookware can survive the type of heat
which melts steel. Unlike cast iron or other metallic pots and pans, ceramic cookware can also be warmed in the microwave. Seeing as ceramic
materials retain heat very well, these casseroles will be effective serving pieces, seeing that they can keep your food hot considerably longer than
your typical serving containers can.
When dinner is finished, you might store leftover food in your ceramic cookware, in both the refrigerator and freezer. If you have no extra food,
your ceramic pieces will happily put up with being scrubbed in a dishwasher when you relax. Additionally, when cooking with a ceramic pan, you
could use any serving utensil you please, including iron.
If you are uneasy about trace metals leeching into your food resulting from the heating process, then ceramic will be a reasonably good choice
for you. While quite a few metallic types of pots could give off measurable amounts of zinc, cadmium and bits of other potentially unhealthy chemicals,
ceramic pots are normally considered the least reactive of cooking surfaces. Of course, remember that kitchenware marketed in the United States
must adhere to some rather strict consumer safety guidelines. Consequently, you won?t be sickened directly by any pots or pans preimarily purchased
here. However, if you wish to be cautious, ceramic cookware will be the safest available