Partner Steel Lasagna Pan 18″ x 12″ Anodized Aluminum

$188.00

Partner Steel Lasagna Pan 18″ x 12″

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Description

Dimensions:

Length of top = 18.5 inches
Width of top = 12.5 inches
Length of bottom = 16 inches
Width of bottom =  9.75 inches
Height = 3 inches

Made of Anodized Aluminum

Quarter-inch food grade aluminum that forms these durable hard anodized with a tough coating that makes cleanup easier and promotes even heating. They are rectangular and  sloped sides with welded handles on the ends. These heat rapidly and clean up easily; anodized surface means that a steel spatula won’t scrape off the finish.  The Lasagna Pan has higher sides that allows double duty as both griddle and pot!

What is Anodized Aluminum?? It’s essentially a way of hardening a soft aluminum surface electro-chemically so it becomes twice as hard as stainless steel and has an oxidized layer that is nonstick, scratch resistant, and non-reactive to food. Hard-anodized aluminum cookware is easy to clean, non-toxic, and requires little or no oil.  The electro-chemical process that hardens aluminum is called hard anodization. Anodized cookware products are 30 percent harder than stainless steel, and therefore they are one of the most durable pieces of cookware you can purchase. Anodized products have a very long life span and will never peel, chip or corrode. They also resist abrasions, common in other types of cookware products. The anodization process also produces a non-porous smooth finish that helps prevent food and grease from sticking to the surface. Anodized cookwares are more commonly called hard-anodized cookwares.

How do you clean anodized aluminum?
Squeeze one or two drops of mild dish-washing detergent into a cup of water. Apply the soapy water to an abrasive sponge and scrub the aluminum vigorously. Anodized aluminum requires an abrasive touch with a gentle cleaning solution, as many harsh cleaning products will react with the aluminum.  Do not clean your anodized cookware in the dishwasher.
How do you cook hard anodized cookware?
While cooking in the Hard Anodized pans heat pan for some time before adding oil; add oil and heat briefly; add food. When cooking in batches, for subsequent batches, food can be added immediately after adding oil.

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