GreenPan’s Venice Pro Extra range has a timeless look with a stylish quartz grey aluminium exterior and it uses the latest cookware technology to make it extra durable. Magneto induction technology makes it energy efficient on all heat sources while stainless steel handles are riveted for strength and to make pans oven safe. The Thermolon Infinity Pro ceramic non-stick coating is enhanced with diamonds making it tough enough to handle the demands of cooking and cleaning while trimmed edges help keep pans looking spotless. Venice Pro Extra has been upgraded with a 25% extra cooking surface area compared to previous GreenPan products and it benefits from Magneto 2 induction technology. With the ferromagnetic particles more concentrated in Magneto 2, and with a larger induction compatible area on the base of the pan, this means that the induction performance is now significantly improved. Key features: Highly durable Thermolon Infinity Pro Ceramic Non-Stick enhanced with diamonds Extra tough Hard Anodised exterior Magneto induction technology for efficient performance on all hobs including induction Quick and even heating, heavy gauge construction for reliable cooking results Durable riveted stainless steel handles Oven safe up to 260°C Ceramic cookware – care and use Heat settings – ceramic cookware conducts heat much more efficiently so make sure to turn down the heat. There’s no need to pre-heat. Using the cookware – with the ceramic non-stick coating, metal utensils can be used but plastic, rubber or wooden utensils are recommended to prolong the life of the pan. Use of oils – it’s recommended to use a little bit of oil or butter when using ceramic non-stick. It’s good to note that Extra Virgin Olive Oil and oil sprays carbonise (creating the brown, sticky stains that won’t come off the pan) very quickly when the pan is heated and should be avoided when cooking with ceramic non-stick. Cleaning and storing – dishwasher safe. To preserve the pan, it’s recommended to wash it in warm soapy water. Please allow the cookware to cool completely before washing; leftover fats can carbonise fast. A hot pan plunged in cold water can result in a thermal shock and eventually deform the frying pan. Metal handles Metal pan handles heat up when cooking so be careful when lifting pans and touching handles. Please use an oven glove, mitt or pot holder when handling hot pans.
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