Use oil that cooks best with moderate heat. Temperatures that are too high or too low cause sticking.
To avoid possible sticking problems, use
To minimize sticking when frying, sauting, or searing, preheat the pan for
12 minutes over low heat before adding
For best results when cooking cold items like potatoes, microwave them first for a minute or two to keep them from
For best results, use cooking spray designated as less-residue.
Recommended oils for flavor include olive oil, peanut oil, or sesame oil.
If planning to fry items that are wet, dry them first if possible.
For best results, place cookware on a burner close in diameter to the pan in use. If cooking with gas, do not allow the flame to go up the sides of the pan.
Do not leave an empty pan on a hot burner or allow pan to boil dry. This may damage the cookware finish.
Cookware is oven safe up to 500F.
Nonstick cookware only: avoid using sharp-edged and metal utensils that may scratch or cut the nonstick surface.
Nonstick cookware only: do not cut inside the cookware.
Nonstick cookware only: do not place under the broiler.
USING YOUR COOKWARE
Using the Glass Lid (if included)
Do not use glass lids that have cracks or scratches. If your lid is cracked or has deep scratches, breakage can occur spontaneously. Damage from ordinary wear and tear such as scratching is not covered under products limited warranty.
Please contact the Customer eXperience
Center to order a new lid.