Ceramcor Cookware

By July 27, 2015Gift Ideas

Ceramcor Cookware

A “Healthified” Non-Stick Pan???

Non-stick cookware can be very handy when cooking certain things (crepe, omelet, eggs). But most non-stick pans use teflon and other chemicals which we want to avoid.  There are some alternative like seasoned cast iron, stainless pan with lots of oil, etc.  But these still can stick in most cases.

Now there is a new pan that can give you a great non-stick performance without any chemicals.  These pots and pans from Ceramcor are ceramic pans with a glaze that can give you a great non-stick surface for that perfect omelet.  They can be cleaned as you would any other pan. The surface is very hard to scratch or mark up.  The are super durable and heavy duty.  I am sure it will last me a long time.

There is a little learning curve with these pans.  Because they are ceramic they take longer to heat up.  I turn my burner on a low setting for 2 or 3 minutes to warm the pan.  Then I add my oil (coconut, lard, bacon fat, etc.).  I cook the eggs and when I flip the omelet I turn off the heat as it holds heat longer (like a cast iron pan). The omelet just slides right out!

If you are looking for a non-stick pan that will last a lifetime, pick up a Ceramcor pan.

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Ceramcor Cookware

10 Comments

  • Shelli says:

    I just bought 2 ceramic non stick pans at Costco last week. I am learning how to cook with them also. They seem to get much hotter than my old regular non stick pans. I am finding I have to cook over a much lower heat.

  • Robyn says:

    Shelli, Do you really seem to be non stick?

    • lori says:

      My own experience with these pans were not non-stick. They are a good choice for the health benefits, but I have found I can’t use them for everything.

      • Maria Emmerich says:

        You have to be careful with temperature and follow the low heating and pre-heating process. Then they work quite well. 🙂

  • Mary says:

    I have had a variety of Ceramcor pans for years. I love them! But yes, there is definitely a learning curve with eggs. They give specific directions for how to cook eggs on their website.
    They’re also great for baking quiche and all sorts of baked goods and custards. Great cookware!

  • Going to invest in nonstick pans!

  • Wenchypoo says:

    Calphalon’s been around for years, and it’s also non-stick, tough as nails, and teflon-free.

  • nanspace says:

    Does anyone know if this pan will work on an induction stove?

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