If you appreciate good food and design, your choice is Rotisser. The design awarded quality range of pots and pans has now been completed with two frying pans equipped with the NOH-technology. Rotisser NOH cookware applies the innovative Non-Overheatable technology primarily designed for use on induction hobs. NOH cookware cannot be overheated on induction, which prolongs the pans usable life and also improves the frying result.
Overheating shortens the usable life of non-stick cookware coatings. The NOH base technology uses induction hob’s magnetism and does not let the pan heat up over 230 °C. This means that the pan’s coating cannot be damaged by overheating and cooking oils cannot catch fire.
The Rotisser cookware range is designed 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.
Always wash new cookware before use and remove all labels and stickers. Even though you can put Rotisser NOH cookware in a dishwasher, washing by hand is always more gentle and prolongs the usable life of non-stick surfaces. The coating can withstand metal kitchen utensils, but is not resistant to cutting or sharp edges.
Begin cooking by heating a small amount of water or butter. The cookware has reached the correct temperature when the water has evaporated or the butter has turned golden brown. The handles of Rotisser cookware may become hot in use, and so potholders are recommended.