Non stick cookware has been the first choice cookware for homemakers, cooks and chefs, ever since the nonstick cookware revolution of 1960s. Non stick cookware has become the default choice of cookware for families and restaurants. The biggest advantage of non stick cookware is that is easy to clean. The food also doesn’t get stuck to the cookware and you can clean the cookware easily with soap and water. They are also dishwasher safe.
Non stick cookware can come with a layer or more of non stick coating. Enamel cookware also is a good choice non stick cookware.
Non stick cookware coming with layers of non stick coating poses the risk of scratching the surface, when stirred with metal spoons and hence the long term use of wooden spoons for stirring in non stick pans. However, dual layer coating prevents such scratching and peeling off of non stick coating. Non stick cookware with multiple layer coating also is now available.
Enamel cast iron cookware is oftentimes regarded as superior to non stick coated cookware. The enamel coating doesn’t easily scratch. Such cookware also ensures even heat distribution to the cooked items. Thus, enamel cast iron cookware has become the best choice for many homemakers and full time cooks.
Nonstick cookware also comes under the brands of Mario Batali cookware, Le Creuset, etc. Non stick cookware is essential addition to any kitchen, where clean, fast and convenient cooking is of primary concern.