Class and convenience all in one? We’re talking about the Minneapolis collection of course! Built with stainless steel bodies with thick, encapsulated bases for consistent cooking results, this collection is also induction compatible for use on all hobs. Stay-cool handles give you a comfortable, secure grip. Coated with GreenPan's newest grade of Thermolon ceramic non-stick, Infinity, this new technology is enhanced with diamonds to give your coating extreme durability for intense daily use. It’s so durable, it’s metal utensil safe! Complete with drip free edges for less mess, Minneapolis brings fun back to cooking.
*Thermolon ceramic non-stick: perfect frying results using less oil + easy cleaning
*Extra thick forged base for even heat distribution and stability on the hob
*Ceramic non-stick exterior: durable and easy to clean
*Induction base for fast and consistent heating on all hobs
*Stainless Steel Handle: Durable riveted stainless steel handle
*Glass Lids for easy food monitoring
*Limited Lifetime Warranty
1. HEAT SETTINGS Maybe the most important thing to remember about your ceramic cookware is that it conducts heat much more efficiently than traditional cookware, thanks to the ceramic non-stick layer. This allows you to achieve the same crispy frying results with lower heat! No need to pre-heat either.
2. USE OF OILS We always recommend using a little bit of oil or butter when using your GreenPans. It's good to note that Extra Virgin Olive Oil and oil sprays carbonise very quickly when the pan is heated and should be avoided when cooking with ceramic non-stick. p.s. no need to season your pan!
3. USING THE COOKWARE It might seem silly to say, but it is important to remember not to leave an empty pan on a hot burner. To help your pan live a long and healthy life, please avoid using metal utensils or cutting food in your pan. Doing this can create small cuts in the coating where food and oils can get stuck and carbonise. Wooden, silicone or nylon utensils are all great to use with your GreenPan.
4. CLEANING AND STORING Allow your cookware to cool completely before washing to avoid thermal shock. Clean with warm soapy water and a soft sponge to make sure the interior is spotless before storing. When storing, we recommend that you place a protective sheet in-between your pots and pans to minimise wear and tear