Enamelware has been the unsung hero of the kitchen for over a century, and for good reason. With its timeless durability, versatility, and practicality, it's no wonder why so many home chefs and outdoor enthusiasts continue to swear by it.
The secret to making the most of your enamelware? Proper care! With just a few simple tips, you can keep your enamelware looking as good as new for a lifetime of cooking adventures. Read on to find out how.
First things first, for a long-lasting relationship with your enamelware, you have to remember to be kind to it. This means using the smooth side of any cleaning sponge, and avoiding wire brushes, scourers or any material that can scratch the surface. We recommend using soft sponges/cloths or rubber utensils while cleaning and serving food.
Microwaves Are Not Your Friends
Unfortunately, no matter how much we lovely our trusty old microwave, they are not good for the health of our enamelware. Just how you can’t put a knife in a toaster, you most definitely cannot put your enamelware in a microwave. Doing so could seriously damage your microwave and in the worst case, start a fire.
Suitable for Food & Drinks
Enamelware is free from harmful chemicals and does not react with acids found in foods, so it is 100% food safe to use. Now all you need to do is find a delicious recipe!
Enamelware is made from heavy duty steel and can withstand the high temperatures of an open flame, stove/induction top and oven. So whether you're heading outdoors for a camping trip or cooking up a feast at home, our enamelware is your go-to for whatever the menu has to offer.
Hot tip: make sure to use oven mitts, or other heat protectant gloves when removing your enamelware from the heat as it can get extremely hot.
Huge win! When you are done creating your masterpiece in the kitchen, simply chuck your enamelware in the dishwasher and let the machine take it from there. How good is that!
The benefits of using enamelware in the kitchen don’t stop once the feast is over. Did you know that you can use your enamelware for food storage, even in the freezer? Yep that’s right! Next time you make a few too many quiches, store them in the fridge or freezer without any worry.