Are you one of many who loves to make and bake with Enameled Cookware? It’s a much healthier way to cook compared to copper, non-stick and steel, given the leaching of chemicals.
As you can see from the Infographic from Consiglio’s below, one of the major benefits of cooking with cast iron is that it is chemical free. This is a very attractive option for many.
It’s a great excuse to buy some Enamel Cookware. We have a Dutch Oven that we love. It takes your cooking to a whole new level! You will never cook any other way.
Some of the other benefits are you use less oil in your cooking so you save on calories, you can also bake in your cast iron skillet as the even heat distribution delivers a perfect crust and no sticking! Overall, they are easier to clean and they stand the test of time. In the end, their durability will save you money.
Purchasing Cookware is a big investment and there are some things that you will want to keep in mind. This Infographic outlines 10 of the best. Did you know that some metals react with food. This results in metal being released into your food.
Check that your cookware is non-reactive. Stainless Steel, Enamel, and Ceramics are the best choices. Avoid Aluminium and Copper. The same can be said of non-stick pans. Many contain toxic particles and gasses that have been associated with health issues. It’s far better to season stainless steel. Learn how here
In the Infographic above you can see the comparison between Raw Cast Iron and Enamelled Cast Iron. Either is great choices. You might like to use a combination of both.
This infographic from Kitchen Professor outlines 10 exceptional reasons that you should make the change to cast iron including the fact that it retains heat superbly, it uses less oil and you can even serve your meal from your skillet to table. You can also make bread in it.
Now, back to your Enamel Pots. We hunted high and low for the best homemade solutions and the consensus seemed resoundingly in favor of Magic Erasers and Baking Soda. Yes, you heard right!
You will need to wash your Dutch Oven or Enamel Cookpot as normal with a sponge and dish soap. You only want the burnt on bits of food and stubborn stains to clean.
Make sure you soak the Eraser in water first before you start scrubbing. Your solution should be equal proportions of water and baking soda. Country Cleaver has all the information on their website and they say that it really works.
How To Clean Enamel Video
Alaska Granny has some foolproof methods of cleaning Enamel. Her video has been very popular and we highly recommend that you view. Click Play above ^