Using Non Stick Cooking Sprays On Nonstick Product
Modified on: Sat, Aug 22, 2020 at 11:07 AM
Why can't cooking sprays be used on non stick product?
You should avoid the use of aerosol nonstick cooking sprays on nonstick product. An invisible buildup will impair the nonstick release system causing food to stick in the product.
If you prefer to keep the use of cooking oil to a minimum, you can dab your favorite oil on a paper towel and carefully wipe the interior of your pan before cooking. Heavy vegetable oils may leave a residue that can affect nonstick performance.
We would suggest using a manual misting and spray bottle if the ease of a spray oil is desired. Reusable oil spray and mister bottles provide an aerosol-free alternative without the chemical propellants a traditional nonstick cooking spray can leave behind.
The use of aerosol cooking sprays is not recommended for use on non-stick cookware as cooking sprays burns at lower temperatures and will damage the non-stick coating of your product. If you want to use cooking sprays for flavor, spray the food before putting in the pan. Butter, margarine, peanut oil, coconut oil and olive oil are some alternate choices for flavor and will also assist in browning your foods. Please note that the use of cooking sprays on your non-stick coating will void your product warranty.
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