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Williams Sonoma Ceramic Nonstick Cookware
Williams Sonoma ceramic nonstick cookware is designed to make cooking a breeze. With carefully engineered, commercial-quality coating that's made for exceptional performance every time, these pots and pans are ideal for meats, seafood, chicken, eggs, pasta and everything in between. These pans require little or no oil and allow you to fry, brown, sear and cook effortlessly - and cleanup is a snap.
What to Look for in Nonstick Cookware
When you shop for nonstick cookware, these are the features to look for:
- Ceramic surfaces that promote healthy cooking by requiring less oil
- PFOA-free ceramic coating that's scratch- and stain-resistant
- Aluminum core that conducts heat quickly and evenly, giving you precision temperature control
- Stainless steel induction base that prevents warping
- Vented, tempered glass lids that circulate heat and moisture
Individual Nonstick Pots and Pans
Build your own set of nonstick pots and pans by choosing individual pieces. The basics necessary in most kitchens include:
- Fry pans. Choose your diameter - the most common are 8, 10 and 12 inches - and pick the fry pan that's right for your needs. Nonstick frying pans are made for meats, seafood, chicken and eggs.
- Saucepans. Nonstick saucepans are measured by how many liquid quarts they hold, so standard sizes are 1.5-, 2- and 3-quart. Perfect for simmering sauces and gravies, cooking grains or veggies, or quickly dishing up freshly made pasta, nonstick saucepans have a variety of uses in the kitchen.
- Dutch ovens. Designed for braises, pot roasts, casseroles, soups, stews and chili, a nonstick Dutch oven is a must-have in a well-equipped kitchen. These pots are exceptionally roomy inside, giving you the freedom to cook a wide range of dishes.
- Crepe pans. Nonstick pancake and crepe pans are perfect for whipping up a quick batch on a Sunday morning.
Nonstick Cookware Sets
When you're stocking your kitchen from scratch, it makes sense to spring for a complete nonstick cookware set. You can opt for a frying pan set or a full collection of pots and pans that includes pieces like:
- 8-inch and 10-inch fry pans
- 1.5-quart saucepan with a lid
- 3-quart saucepan with a lid
- 4-quart sauté pan with a lid
- 5-quart Dutch oven with a lid
How to Care for Williams Sonoma Nonstick Cookware
Caring for your Williams Sonoma nonstick cookware is easy when you know what to do. Use these tips to ensure your pots and pans perform at their best for years to come:
- Always hand-wash your cookware. Most dishwashing detergents are too harsh for nonstick coatings.
- Use only safe utensils. Don't use anything with a sharp or rough edge, which can damage the coating.
- Cook with oil, margarine or butter when possible. It makes the coating's job easier.
- Turn on low to moderate heat, but avoid high heats. A good rule of thumb is that if butter is burning, the heat may be too high for your nonstick pan.
- Don't use nonstick pans for food storage - use proper food storage containers.
- Store your nonstick pans properly. If you're nesting them in a cupboard, put a paper or cloth napkin between them.
Williams Sonoma ceramic nonstick cookware is the ideal solution when you're exploring and expanding your culinary skills. Easy to clean and easy to care for, these pots and pans are made to last - and they're designed to enhance your dishes by ensuring even cooking temperatures on nonstick surfaces.