Stockpot 1.5L 16cm

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Stockpot 1.5L 16cm - Gewürzhaus
Stockpot 1.5L 16cm
Stockpot 1.5L 16cm
Colour: Natural Blue Light

Keep cooking easy with the Riess Classic Casserole Pot. The Casserole Pot is ideal for sauces, but can also be used for searing and braising meats.

Thanks to the iron core, the heat is conducted quickly and is then retained. This ensures sustainable, energy-efficient cooking. Simply slide the pot into the oven to keep warm using the enamel handles (with potholders, of course!), or use on your induction or gas stove.

As enamel retains heat for longer period of time, you'll be able to keep your dish warm. The non-porous, smooth, glass surface guarantees perfect hygiene, as it's flavour-neutral, prevents bacteria growth and is easy to clean.

  • Easy cleaning
  • Scratch resistant
  • Capacity: 1.5L
  • Universal hotplate suitability: induction, glass ceramic, electric and gas stove, and roasting
  • Enamel prevents bacteria growth and resistant to fruit acid
  • Suitable for people with nickel allergies
  • Made from enamel crockery with flange or stainless pouring rim
Since 1922, Riess has specialised in manufacturing the highest quality enamelware in Austria. Riess is odour neutral, nickel free and suitable for all cooking surfaces including induction. The unique firing process of the enamel gives the pieces their scratch, cut-resistant and easy to clean surface.

Care instructions

  • Never place the heated enamel cookware in cold water. Cracks can occur due to the temperature shock, therefore always leave the cookware to cool down a bit before cleaning it.
  • Dishwasher cleaning
  • Remove food residues and rinse with warm water before placing the pan in the dishwasher on delicate cycle.

Manual cleaning

  • After cooking, remove food from the pan and fill the cookware with water whilst still warm. This way, the softened food residues can be removed effortlessly.
  • Burnt food residues can be cleaned by briefly boiling some water in the pan along with dishwashing soap, then gently scrub with the smooth side of a cleaning sponge or soft brush.
  • Avoid using cleaning products that are too hard, such as wire brushes, steel wool, scouring agents containing sand, and cleaning sponges with ceramic particles as they can scratch the enamel surface.
  • The cookware is still safe to use even if the surface is scratched. Darker marks caused by stainless steel cutlery can be removed effortlessly with a mild scouring cream.

Correct storage

  • Dry the enamel cookware well before storing it away. Marks caused by hard water can be removed with vinegar water.
  • Never heat enamel pans without contents (water, oil, butter) and make sure that the liquid never completely evaporates. This can lead to overheating and damage to your pan. 
  • When cooking on induction, please note that the temperature rises faster than with other heating options.
  • The highest recommended temperature for cooking and frying is 220 °C.
  • Cook with less heat than usual, as enamel conducts heat quickly into bottom and sides. 
  • Always use a dry cloth to grab handles and lids. The core becomes hot quickly because it is made of iron. This makes it safe for oven use.
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