The cooking of food is always between 170º C and 230º C. Beyond 250º C the food starts to be carbonised and should no longer be consumed. A blue smoke appears when oil and butter overheat. This is a sign that the fat has burnt and that it can no longer be used.
These risks are avoided with the https://cookwareobsession.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/cookware-obsession-chilli-con-carne-0001-1.jpginduc® system but only when it is used on the induction cookers. Even at full power it is the pan that regulates the temperature. Until about 220 degrees a product equipped with the https://cookwareobsession.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/cookware-obsession-chilli-con-carne-0001-1.jpginduc® heats normally as all the other pans. Above this temperature the power of the inductors progressively diminished and stabilises between 245º C and 250º C.
When, for example, one puts cold or raw food in the pan, such as a piece of meat or some pancake dough, the pan re-cools and the power of the inductor automatically augments without the intervention of the user. And even if one forgets a pan during its time on the induction plate it does not over heat. For the https://cookwareobsession.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/cookware-obsession-chilli-con-carne-0001-1.jpginduc® products with a non-stick coating this means the coating remains intact, since the temperature is blocked at 250 degrees.
– It is recommended that the https://cookwareobsession.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/cookware-obsession-chilli-con-carne-0001-1.jpginduc® pans with a non-sick coating should not be used on any other heat sources than induction. It will heat as a normal pan but the https://cookwareobsession.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/cookware-obsession-chilli-con-carne-0001-1.jpginduc® function will not function because of the consequence of a risk of overheating and deterioration of the non-stick coating. The Prohttps://cookwareobsession.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/cookware-obsession-chilli-con-carne-0001-1.jpg pans without the non-stick coating do not have this risk.
– Never use sharp objects in a pan with a non-stick coating. That would shorten the lifespan of your https://cookwareobsession.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/cookware-obsession-chilli-con-carne-0001-1.jpgInduc product. Today exist a number of synthetic material products which do not risk damaging the non-stick coating.
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