(Pots / Woks / Pans / Comales / Grills)
USE & SPECIAL CARES: NAKED IRON / CAST IRON. SUITABLE FOR STOVE, OVEN AND DIRECT FIRE. NOT SUITABLE FOR MICROWAVE OR DISHWASHER. REQUIRES INITIAL PREPARATION
FIRST USE: PREPARATION AND SEASONING. 1. Firmly wash with hot water and soap the utensil inside and outside using brush or sponge to remove oil protective coat. Small clear and dark spots will appear on the surface. It is not necessary to obtain a uniform result. Dry it under the stove until all the humidity is evaporated. Let it cool and apply with a paper towel an abundant vegetable lard layer so that it uniformly covers the entire surface. 2. Preheat the oven at 350º c. Place the utensil boca down in the oven for 3 hours. Use a layer of aluminum paper on the base of the oven to avoid dirt. 3. Leave cooling outdoor for 1 hour. Clean all surface with a paper towel. Apply a new fine and uniform coating of vegetable lard.
TO COOK FOR THE FIRST TIME IT IS RECOMMENDED TO PREPARE ANY FOOD WITH HIGH FAT CONTENT LIKE BACON OR FRIED CHICKEN. THE PROCESS OF SEASONING IS WHAT ALLOWS THE DURATION OF THE UTENSIL AND GUARANTEES THE QUALITY OF THE FOODS THAT ARE PREPARED. WITH FREQUENT AND REPEATED USE, THE SURFACE WILL BE MADE MORE SOFT AND THE COLOR OF THE TOOL WILL BE EACH TIME MORE BLACK AND BRIGHT. IN CASE OF APPEARANCE OF SPOTS OR RUST, IT IS NECESSARY TO REPEAT THE SEASONING. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO REPEAT THIS SEASONING PROCESS ONCE A YEAR.
MAINTENANCE: CARE, WASHING AND STORAGE. For wash use only hot water and brush. Avoid using soap to care for the seasoning layer. Food remains that can be added to the surface can be dissolved by placing the utensil on the stove again with a little water. If you do not achieve satisfactory result, repeat the process using water, abundant salt and a metal spatula to facilitate removal. Finally wash with hot water and brush. Never cool water directly, can cause permanent damage or fractures on the surface. Dry under fire into the stove the remains of moisture to prevent rust act on the surface. Never leave the utensil to dry outdoors. Before storing, apply a fine layer of vegetable oil throughout the surface using a paper towel.
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