Porcelain cookware is here to stay in the store’s catalog. Customers are increasingly looking for products that meet their demand for clean materials, free of any coatings and any suspicious components. Although we always insist that the cookware we have available meet the highest quality requirements in their manufacture, using porcelain cookware has become very popular.
Porcelain is a great temperature transmitting material. It goes into heat very easily and transmits it powerfully to the cooking surface. Using porcelain cookware requires special care regarding the cooking temperature since we run the risk of going over the heat source and therefore missing the preparation.
These materials, of which many rumors circulating on the internet about whether or not they can be harmful to health, are both free in the manufacture of porcelain cookware. This is because it is unnecessary to incorporate any additional material to the pan’s body, but it is a coating made of different grain porcelain. In this way, the coating and the body complement each other in a single piece and give us all the non-stick power as if we were working with a conventional frying pan.
If we are going to use porcelain cookware with an aluminum body, we must know that this is a frying pan whose nature is light and delicate. If, on the contrary, as is the case with Fissler porcelain cookware, the body is made of stainless steel, the durability will be much greater. Using porcelain frying cookware makes us decide whether we prefer a very careful frying pan or a sturdy frying pan that is a true all-rounder in our kitchen.
Porcelain, part of clay, which fired at high temperatures results in a solid material. From its preparation in and cooked in powerful industrial ovens, no type of external element at the level of chemical agents or compounds intervenes in its manufacture. But it is only that the heat and the very high firing temperatures of the porcelain interact in the best way to achieve its fusion and modeling. This technique, which has its roots in the same traditional porcelain tradition, has required a lot of research and development from powerful international brands. All brands have patented their way of making this type of frying pan, which guarantees that all the R&D of the brand has been applied to the making of this product.
Porcelain cookware was known in the past for being typical white cookware of very low quality. This type of model has always been characterized by its poor performance and very low durability. They had become popular for their low price and for being the classic use-and-throw model. Fortunately, the interest of large multinational companies in the specialization of porcelain material has resulted in a complete renovation in this segment, specifically focused on people whose interest is to use porcelain frying cookware with the best performance and good manufacturing quality.
The body of the pan is the soul of it. It is in charge not only of shaping it but also of housing the distinctive properties of each product to be durable and distribute heat evenly over its entire surface.
Kyocera is a great multinational in the world of porcelain components. Based in Japan, they serve porcelain products from the most diverse industrial areas. They have now also entered the world of cooking with their industry-leading porcelain knives and non-stick porcelain frying cookware. The porcelain cookware Kyocera. They are made from an aluminum model. On this body, the porcelain coating is applied without any need to use any chemical component. This non-stick coating naturally attaches to metal creating a unique, unified piece. To complement, both the handle and the heat diffusing base are made of stainless steel. The base features small holes designed to withstand high temperatures and absorb heat throughout the base, ensuring uniform cooking.
They are extremely light cookware, perhaps the lightest we have in our catalog, so if you are to move the pan a lot when you are cooking, you will not have problems working with them and you will also be able to use them in the oven.
Fissler brings us its frying pan with a non-stick coating of extreme hardness, capable of adapting to any type of cooking. Fissler has patented this non-sticky formula to make it practically durable in use and over time. Although we always advise using non-metallic utensils to avoid damaging the surface, the brand ensures that with this model, it can even be cut on the frying pan itself without damaging the non-stick coating.
Unlike the Kyocera frying pan, using Fissler porcelain frying cookware uses a robust frying pan with a body made entirely of stainless steel and with the characteristic ergonomic handle of Fissler. This handle has a safety stop before reaching the pan’s body, which ensures that you will never burn due to carelessness. Manufactured with multilayer technology, stainless steel is combined inside with a thin aluminum foil, which will guarantee the correct absorption and distribution of heat.
Fissler is so sure of the quality of this frying pan that he presents it as a frying pan capable of withstanding long cooking sessions above the fires without losing any property in its cooking. You can prepare with them all kinds of dishes, including those that require a long time cooking without worrying about your frying pan wearing out.
The key is in its design. The Fissler non-stick is made of the hardest porcelain that can be manufactured, together with the stainless steel body, to make it truly a “tank” ready for any battle. The union of the non-stick with the steel is carried out without any chemical agents, but this fusion occurs naturally at elevated temperatures.
The great non-stick capacity will allow you to use this cookware with a minimum amount of oil. It is not recommended not to use any oil unless we work with foods that release a lot of juices. Even in a minimal amount, the oil will create a layer of protection between the pan and the food that will considerably lengthen its useful life. We also recommend that once you have finished the preparation, remove it from the heat source. This point is important since they continue to absorb heat and discoloration may occur on the surface. This is the right way to use Kyocera porcelain cookware, so they last for years in your kitchen.