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The induction pan - a highlight in the good kitchenToday, nothing works in the home or in the catering industry without a solid induction pan. Whether it's a frying pan for induction or a grill pan for induction - you'll find what you're looking for with us. Discover your functional induction pan directly with us and secure the attractive advantages of this extraordinary tool. Which dish will you “conjure up” first in your induction pan?
Without an induction pan, the kitchen stays coldAn induction frying pan attracts the “good taste” almost magnetically. And you can take that literally in this context. With an induction pan from the Berndes online store, the magnetic properties of the pan base play a central role. One of the special things about an induction hob is that it does not bring itself up to temperature. Rather, changing magnetic fields generate the heat directly in the induction frying pan. A high-quality induction grill pan is usually made of solid iron. Pans made of aluminum, copper or stainless steel, on the other hand, are equipped with a special, ferromagnetic base so that they can function and be used on induction hobs.
Save energy with the induction frying panNo matter whether you want to use your induction pan for frying, braising or grilling - your favorite dishes will be prepared much faster and you will save energy at the same time. A frying pan for induction or a grill pan for induction is hardly missing in modern households or in the catering sector today, because an induction pan offers a lot of advantages. Because the induction pan does not heat itself, the risk of you getting burned is reduced. This aspect is also advantageous when there are small children nearby.
How to care for your induction frying or grill panAn induction frying pan or induction grill pan requires no more care than regular pots and pans. The following 4 cleaning and care tips from the Berndes experts ensure that you will enjoy your induction grill pan for a long time:
- If possible, wipe your induction frying pan with a dry kitchen towel after use. To do this, let the pan cool down first.
- If necessary, stubborn incrustations can be removed in the dishwasher. Nevertheless, experience shows that regular manual cleaning is much more thorough and gentle on materials.
- When washing in the hand sink, use a soft sponge or brush and a mild dishwashing detergent. This means that grease, limescale etc. can be removed almost by themselves in just a few simple steps.
- Make sure that the bottom of the pot in particular is really clean. However, this is exactly where the most stubborn residue remains after frying or grilling. In order to ensure uniform temperature control of the pan base, the ferromagnetic base must be permanently free of residues or contamination. Aggressive cleaners and steel wool are nevertheless taboo. Instead, use a classic cup brush with firm and soft bristles.