The new Hackman All Steel+ cookware range brings a new touch to cooking. The finished design combined with the best materials make cooking enjoyable. All Steel+ is ideal for professional home chefs who appreciate the best tools in the kitchen. All products have the silent and efficient original 5-layer base that is optimised for induction hobs.
The cookware in the All Steel+ product family features the new ceramic Ceratecº coating, which conducts heat extremely well. The excellent heat conducting properties of the coating means that it browns beautifully, guarantees a beautiful frying surface and most importantly-makes your food taste better. The new ceramic Ceratecº coating is also 20 % more non-stick compared to the previous Ceratecº coating.
The All Steel+ cookware range is brought to you by Pentagon Design, a design sector pathfinder in the Nordic countries that has won several awards in major international design competitions.
The company’s founders, Arni Aromaa and Sauli Suomela, were also distinguished with the 2012 Finnish State Prize for Design
Wash the pan with a mild detergent before using it for the first time. Wash the pan immediately after use. Even though you can put All Steel cookware in a dishwasher, washing by hand is always more gentle and prolongs the usable life of surfaces. Possible ingrained dirt can be removed with a washing-up brush and hot water. If necessary, the pan can be soaked in a solution of mild dishwashing powder. Persistent traces can be removed with a solution made by boiling a tablespoon of detergent in 1 litre of water. Rinse carefully afterward.
Begin cooking by heating a small amount of water or butter. The pan is ready when the butter is golden brown or when the water has evaporated. Reduce the temperature as soon as the food starts frying. A Ceratec coating can also withstand metal kitchen utensils, but is not resistant to cutting or sharp edges. Avoid storing food in coated pans.
Wash the casserole with a mild detergent before using it for the first time. Wash the casserole immediately after use. Keep the steel surface bright by drying it after washing. To avoid stains on the inside of the casserole add salt when the water is boiling.
Begin cooking by heating a small amount of water or butter. The casserole is ready when the butter is golden brown or when the water has evaporated. Reduce the temperature as soon as the food starts frying.