Cookware enamel gives bright, vivid color to cookware and keeps it impeccably clean. Cast iron enamel cookware and steel enamel cookware are the most common applications for cookware enamel.
Cookware enamel, like anodized cookware has a shiny surface, mostly free from scratches. For those people who hate seasoning of cast iron cookware, enamel coated cast iron cookware is the best choice. Your cast iron skillet or wok, when coated with cookware enamel ensures a smooth surface, which facilitates easy cleaning and bright colors.
Le Creuset, Mario Batali and several other cookware manufacturers from the US and Europe have filled our markets with enamel cast iron cookware of various size and designed for various cooking functions.
For those people who think non stick metal has replaced cookware enamel, it will be a surprise to see the number of people looking for cookware enamel choices, time and again.
Almost any type of cookware item made of cast iron or steel can be coated with cookware enamel.
Enamel cookware does require some special handling with care. Among the many suggestions for enamel cookware care, you will get advice like cooling the cookware before cleaning. Enamel cast iron and steel cookware is safe on dishwasher. Pots, woks, skillets, pans, etc all can come with cookware enamel coated on it.
Enamel showing chipping doesn’t mean less safety for your cooking, as the cookware is made of cast iron or food grade steel only. Avoid rapid heating and cooling to avoid chipping.