May 01, 2020
May 01, 2020
Nonstick Pots and Pans
If there is one cooking utensil that should not be there in your kitchen, it’s Teflon, a plastic coating that makes pots and pans nonstick. Nonstick products are very tempting and most homes have them—they’re inexpensive and easy to clean. But the health threats they pose outweigh any time or effort they may save you in the kitchen.
Another very commonly used utensil is Aluminum, which is cheap and looks very appealing when you cook or serve. However Aluminium heats very quickly and easily reacts with acidic vegetables and foods, so it is advisable to avoid cooking in such utensils, as healthy cooking wares are a must-have.
Listed below are the right choice of Healthy and safe cookware that you should stock up on-
1. Enamel Cookware
Enamel coated cookware is a kitchen- and earth-friendly material that can withstand extreme temperatures.
Benefits of enamel cast iron cookware:
2. Stainless Steel Cooking Utensils
It’s a time-tested, durable, and non-toxic material that can withstand use (and even abuse) on the cooktop, in the oven, on the table, or for storage in the fridge or pantry. Benefits of Stainless steel cookware-
3. Cast Iron
Pots and pans made of cast iron are heirloom-worthy kitchenware that can be used on the cooktop and, if necessary, transferred into the oven. Uncoated cast iron cookware requires careful “seasoning” with oil to ensure that food doesn’t stick to the surface.
Cast Iron Pan Benefits-
4. Glass for Baking and Reheating
Baking, serving, and storing your food in a glass is the perfect way to add safe sparkle to your kitchen.
Benefits of glass cookware-
5. Earthen Pots
Food prepared in clay cookware (handi) is more nutritious and tastes a lot better. Being porous, the clay pot absorbs moisture and circulates it back, thus helping fish and meat retain its moisture and juiciness. And is the best cooking utensils for health.
Benefits of earthen cookware-