Paderno World Cuisine Blue Carbon Steel Crepe PanSteel is at the core of many cookware lines. It is comparable to solid cast-iron due to its raw finish but is lighter, unbreakable and won't chip,and will not retain odors. An alloy of iron and carbon, it is hard, durable and warp-resistant, and is impervious to metal objects, such as knives,forks and spatulas. Steel pans comply with demanding professional requirements, such as long pre-heating times, high-heat levels and intensiveuse, and are thermal shock-resistant and compatible with all heat sources, including induction. Commonly called "carbon steel", they come withdifferent finishes including silver if intensely polished, or a blue or black finish from a heat treatment process which protects temporarily againstoxidation. The Paderno World Cuisine 9 1/2-inch crepe pan is constructed of high-quality, polished carbon steel and is cooktop-, oven- and broi-ler-safe. The thickness of the steel, 1/8", allows for longer pre-heating which results in a hotter surface that quickly cooks and singes crepes.After an initial seasoning and continued use, the carbon steel pan will lose its initial sheen, but acquires a natural non-stick surface that won'tchip, scratch or peel off. To maintain the finish and avoid oxidation, wash the pan in hot water, then wipe dry with a paper towel. It may thenbe oiled and stored in a dry place. Most chef dry their steel pans by putting them in a low temperature oven for a few minutes.Paderno World CuisineFounded in 1925 under the name of "Alluminio Paderno" and specialised in the production of aluminium pots and pans for the household,today Paderno is a leading international brand in the manufacture and sale of professional cookware and kitchen items for the restaurantand hospitality industry.
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