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Use I fry in it. Had taken it to use as a kadhai with high sides which is necessary for safety while frying and flat surface allows more number to be fried at once. One cup of oil was sufficient to fry 20 small koftas, 8 in one time. First time I washed with hot water after unboxing then towel dry it then put on stove on low heat to dry it completely. Then hovered my hand over it, if I feel medium heat put 4-5 drops of vegetable oil in it. With clean cotton cloth rubbed it all over. Then from different side rubbed to remove all the excess oil, put the gas on medium to high and let it there for 15-20 mins let all the oil smoke. After 7 min reduce heat to medium. And it will turn more black. After it cooled down stored it in dry place. I also made upma it in, sauted veg in it. I'm happy. The only downside is you can't cook Indian onion tomatoes Masala coz it will react with iron and give bad metallic taste. For that I bought sthal stainless kadhai that is Also very good
Wash After cooking remove food Used scotch bright BRUSH not steel one to scrub and food sticking to it. Add. HOT water. Don't boil water in it, add hot water and scrub. As it is non stick all food will come off. Rinse. Towel dry Dry on stove Rub few drops of oil not more than that to avoid greasy mess
DEAR SIRS! AFTER HAVING USED IT FOR THE FIRST TIME I NOTICED THE BACK OF THE LEAD WHEN I WAS CLEANING IT SOME VERY UNUSUAL KIND BROWN THICK PASTE IS IT NORMAL? EVEN WHEN IS DRY IT LEAVES THAT BROWN STAIN. PLEASE CAN SOME BODY TELL ME IF IT IS NORMAL? IT DID COST OVER £90.00 POUNDS.ALL I WANT IS AN ANSWER TO THAT EFFECT.