Non-stick French omelet pan with lid | 28 cm | black
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Place casserole only on stovetop burners that can hold its size and weight. The glazed cast iron must be gradually heated and never left empty on burners. The flame beneath the casserole on the stove shouldn't extend past its sides. Be sure to use an oven mitt or silicone when handling the casserole handles as they may be hot. To avoid damaging the glazed surface, use silicone or wooden kitchenware and do not directly cut food in the casserole.
Before using, soak it in water for 12 hours. Thoroughly wash with hot water and soap, rinse off and dry.
When the casserole reaches a certain temperature, reduce the heat: the cast iron thermal conductivity allows heat to last for a long time during cooking, saving energy and allowing to simmer.
Leave the casserole to cool for at least 15 minutes until it reaches room temperature. Then wash with cold water.
Always let the cookware cool before washing it. Do not use overly aggressive and repetitive cleaning treatments or steel wool to get rid of hard to remove residual food. Instead, fill the casserole with hot water, wait until the residue softens and then remove it with a nonabrasive sponge.
Wash with hot water and dish soap using a nonabrasive sponge. These casserole dishes are dishwasher safe thanks to a special enameling technology.
Casserole dish must be thoroughly dried before being put away.