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Use & Care

Before First Use

Method A: With Onion:

1)       Wipe the pan with wet cloth or paper towel.

2)      Immediately dry the pan completely with a dry cloth.

3)      Apply a thin layer of cooking oil throughout the pan. (Both front and back)

4)       Chop one big onion into small pieces and keep it aside.

5)       Heat the pan in low-medium flame and add enough oil to deep fry the onion.  

6)       Fry the onion till it turns golden brown colour spreading throughout the pan.

7)       Turn off the heat and allow the pan to cool naturally, leaving the onion spread over the pan.

8)       After the pan cools completely discard the onion, now pan it is ready to be used.

Method B: Without Onion:

1)       Wipe the pan with wet cloth or paper towel.

2)       Immediately dry the pan completely with a dry cloth.

3)       Apply a thin layer of cooking oil throughout the pan. (Both front and back).

4)       Heat the pan in low-medium flame until it starts to smoke, immediately turn off the flame.

5)       Allow the pan to cool naturally.

Care after use

1)      After use, allow the pan to cool naturally

2)      Wipe the leftovers in the pan with a dry cloth or paper towel.

3)      Apply thin layer of oil throughout the pan (Both front and back)

4)      Store it in a moisture free area.

It is not recommended to wash the pan after every use. But if required, follow the steps from the “Care after washing” section to wash the pan aptly.

Care after washing

NOTE: Never leave the pan in a wet environment

1)      Wash pan with mild soap and drinking water.

2)      Immediately dry completely using dry cloth and apply thin layer of cooking oil all around the pan. (Both front and back)

3)      Store the pan in a dry place.

Handling Sticky Pan

1)      Warm up the pan and remove from the cook top.

2)      Scrape gently leftovers stuck to the pan.

3)      Perform the steps from “Before First Use” section to get a naturally non-stick pan.

How to Remove Rust

NOTE: After rust removal re-season the pan.

1)      Sprinkle a generous amount of salt on the rust.

2)      Scrub the rust vigorously with half a potato.

3)      Was the pan completely. Repeat if necessary.

4)      Pat dry and apply oil immediately throughout the pan.

How to Re-season

Method A: Using Convection Oven:

1)      Wash pan with mild detergent and pat dry completely.

2)      Apply thin layer of cooking oil all around the pan, both front and back (Remove excess oil with dry cloth).

3)      Place aluminium foil on the bottom of the pan to catch any dripping and set CONVECTION oven temperature to 175-200 Celsius.

4)      Place cookware upside down on the top rack of the oven and bake the cookware for 1 hour.

5)      After 1 hour, turn off the oven and let the cookware cool in the oven. Repeat steps 3 to 5 three times.

6)      Store the cookware in a dry place when cooled.

Method B: Using Gas Stove/Induction:

1)      Wash pan with mild detergent and pat dry completely.

2)      Apply thin layer of cooking oil all around the pan, both front and back (Remove excess oil with dry cloth).

3)      Chop one or two big onion into small pieces and keep it aside.

4)      Heat the pan over cook top till it starts to smoke.

5)      Add enough oil and fry the onion to golden brown colour constantly stirring throughout the pan.

6)      Switch off the heat and allow it to cool naturally leaving the onion spread throughout the pan.

7)      Repeat the steps 3 to 6 for four to five times.