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Hawkins Futura Round Bottom Nonstick Kadhai, Deep Fry Pan, 2.5 Ltr with SS lid (Black) CODE:NK25S

Hawkins Futura Round Bottom Nonstick Kadhai, Deep Fry Pan, 2.5 Ltr with SS lid (Black) CODE:NK25S

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Deep-Fry Pan (Round Bottom KADHAI) 2.5 Litre CODE:NK25S

with stainless steel lid

Nonstick

All but one of the Futura Nonstick Deep-Fry Pans have a round bottom and two short handles. The exception is then 2 litre Deep-Fry Pan (Stir-Fry Pan) with a flat bottom and a single long handle. The round bottom pans are also eminently suitable for stir-frying. The Breakfast Pan (Appachatty) with 0.9 litre capacity, round bottom and two rosewood handles, is ideal for the quick cooking of a variety of Indian and Western breakfast dishes.

Diameter (cm): 26
Thickness (mm): 3.25
Carton dimensions (WxDxH): 355 x 267 x 118 mm
Product weight in carton: 1.65 kg
Net Quantity: 1 U With SS Lid

 

  • PFOA Free Non-stick coating locked into tough Hard Anodised Aluminum - lasts longer.
  • The Pan is ideal for sautéing and stir-frying foods using minimal quantities of oil. It can also be used for deep-frying and for cooking gravies, curries and sauces.
  • It is offered with elegant, comfortable plastic handles which are permanently. riveted to the Pan. The handles are carefully designed to provide greater comfort and safety, particularly when handling heavy loads or hot oil.
  • The Pan has a round bottom for greater convenience during stir-frying.
  • Suitable for use on domestic gas.

Nonstick specifications:

  • Always use in low flame to keep the product long lasting.
  • Do not use hard scratchy materials for washing.
  • Use wooden spoon/spatula only.
  • Warranty apply only if there is any manufacturing defect.
  • Warranty ceases if condtions not followed for using.
  • Read instruction manual to know the complete detail.
MANUFACTURED BY - SEE LIST BELOW
1. BALAJI INDUSTRIES
    PLOT NO. 246, NEAR
    SHREEJI ICE FACTORY
    NOTIFIED ROAD, GIDC
    ANKLESHWAR 393 002
    GUJARAT
2. BALAJI METAL
    PLOT NO. C1/B/217
    NEAR G-DALABHAI
    TRANSPORT,
    GIDC ESTATE
    ANKLESHWAR 393 002
    GUJARAT
3. UJALA FABRICATORS PVT. LTD.
    BLDG. NO. 2/75, PANJABI
    COLONY, KOLIWADA
    SION, MUMBAI 400 022
    MAHARASHTRA
4. VIRAL COOKWARE
    PLOT NO. W-54(F)
    ADD. AMBERNATH MIDC
    AMBERNATH (EAST)
    DIST. THANE 421 506
    MAHARASHTRA
5. VIRAL ENTERPRISE PVT. LTD.
    PLOT NO. E-59
    ADD. AMBERNATH MIDC
    AMBERNATH (EAST)
    DIST. THANE 421 506
    MAHARASHTRA


MARKETED BY
HAWKINS COOKERS LIMITED
F 101, CUFFE PARADE
MUMBAI 400 005, INDIA.
  
Made in India
CONSUMERS: ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? CONTACT:
HAWKINS SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
UDYOG MANDIR 2, MAHIM,
MUMBAI 400 016.
TEL: (022) 24 440 807
conserve@hawkinscookers.com
www.hawkinscookers.com

     

    Disclaimer:
    Despite our attempts to provide you with the most accurate information possible, the actual packaging, ingredients, size, capacity and colour of the product may sometimes vary. Please read the label, directions and warnings carefully before use.

    Warranty not applicable on Breakable parts and normal wear & tear. Read Instruction manual before using the products for further details. Contact authorized service center for service. Retain warranty Card to avail the warranty. Contact customer support for service.

    Legal Disclaimer: Warranty will be provided by the manufacturer/Importer through nearest Authorised Service Centre.

     

    Care & Cleaning

    Hard Anodised & Nonstick Cookware: How to Clean

    Wash After Every Use

    Taking care to protect your hand from the hot pan with sufficient paper napkin or cloth, wipe off residual oil with a paper napkin or muslin cloth from hot pan immediately after cooking. Doing so makes cleaning very much easier

    Always wash all surfaces of pan and lid thoroughly after every use in hot water with a mild soap or detergent and a dishcloth or sponge. Do not wash pan in a dishwasher. Let pan cool before immersing in water. For stubborn spots on the nonstick surface, soak pan in hot water (cold water after cooking eggs or milk) for about 10 minutes and rub with a non-abrasive plastic scrubber - never use steel wool, coarse or metallic scouring pads or abrasive detergents. When cleaning the pan ensure that the nonstick coating is not gouged or rubbed against any hard or sharp surface. While cleaning, keep a folded kitchen cloth or a piece of any other soft material such as rubber or sponge underneath the pan to avoid damaging the pan. Dry thoroughly with a soft clean cloth

    Stainless steel lid and glass lid may be washed in a dishwasher but this can dull the finish. Wash wooden spatula (included with Nonstick cookware) in hot water with a mild soap or detergent, rinse and dry immediately - do not soak.

    Metallic marks - most often from gas stove pan supports - may appear on the hard anodised base. To remove metallic marks from base: apply a kitchen cleanser, such as 'Vim', to the marks and rub with an abrasive kitchen scrubber, such as 'Scotch-Brite' or fine steel wool.

    Avoid "Baked-On" Food/Stains:

    If pan is not cleaned thoroughly, a thin layer of food or grease may remain. When the pan is heated next, this food/grease becomes "baked-on" and very difficult to remove. "Baked-on" food and the stains from "baked-on" food may be impossible to remove without damaging the pan.

    If you get "baked-on" food/stains, you may try the following methods (knowing that the pan surface may get damaged).

    For Hard Anodised Cookware

    Make a thick paste of a cleaning powder such as 'Vim' and apply it to the "baked-on" food/stain. Wait 5 to 10 minutes. Scour with steel wool using a circular motion. Wash

    For Nonstick Cookware

    On the Hard Anodised (exterior surface): Make a thick paste of a cleaning powder such as 'Vim' and apply it to the "baked-on" food/stain. Wait 5 to 10 minutes. Scour with steel wool using a circular motion. Wash.

    On the Nonstick (interior surface): Make a thick paste of a cleaning powder such as 'Vim' and apply it to the "baked-on" food/stain. Wait 5 to 10 minutes. Scour with a plastic scrubber using a circular motion.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Futura Hard Anodised                    Futura Nonstick

    How to Use Futura Hard Anodised Cookware

    Before First Use
    Remove sticker/label. Remove any adhesive that may be left by the sticker with baby or vegetable oil. Wash in hot water with soap or a mild detergent; rinse in clear water and dry. Do not wash in a dishwasher.

    Suitable Heat Sources
    Futura Hard Anodised Cookware can be used on domestic gas, electric, kerosene or halogen stoves. Do not use pan on a coal fire or any source that cannot be regulated. Ensure that the stove surface in contact with the pan is free of grease and dirt.

    Regulate Heat
    Futura Hard Anodised Cookware conduct heat evenly and efficiently so high heat is rarely necessary. When preheating pan on high heat, do not lose track of time so that it becomes too hot. To achieve good results, regulate the heat used with the pan.

    Time and heat settings in our Recipes refer to the large burner of an efficient domestic gas stove. You may have to adjust these times and settings to suit your stove. For best cooking results, adjust the heat so that cooking times are the same as those given in our recipes. You will be helped in making these adjustments by the steps and indications given in our various recipes.

    All frying requires the correct oil temperature for good results. Excessive heat may cause sticking and burning of food and wastes fuel. Insufficient heat may also cause sticking.

    While cooking in the Hard Anodised 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.

    To minimize sticking of liquid batter (such as dosa, uttapam, poora, pancakes):
    before heating pan, rub ¼ tsp/1.3 ml vegetable oil using a clean cotton cloth or paper napkin on the inside base of pan. Heat pan on medium-high heat till oil just begins to smoke. Reduce heat to medium. This is the point to pour batter into pan. Heating pan to the correct temperature is critical: if pan is heated beyond the point when oil just begins to smoke, pan will be too hot and batter will be difficult to spread; if pan is not hot enough (before oil just begins to smoke) batter will spread but dosa will stick. For cooking subsequent dosa do not add oil in pan before pouring batter.

    All foods should be at room temperature before beginning to cook. Eggs require controlled heat or they may become tough. Except for omelettes, eggs should be cooked on low to medium heat.

    Avoid Scratching, Damage
    Do not cut or chop on pan with a knife or other sharp instrument such as the edge of a metal spatula. Do not drop pan or bang it with hard or sharp objects. Plastic handles and knobs and glass lids can break under a sharp or forceful blow – handle with care. Do not bang pan on pan supports. Do not drag pan across the pan supports – lift it. Do not put pan with plastic handle or lid with plastic knob in a hot oven or under a broiler as it may get damaged.

    How to Use Futura Nonstick Cookware

    Before Use
    Remove sticker/label. Remove any adhesive with baby or vegetable oil. Before using pan for the first time, wash in hot water with a mild soap or detergent, rinse in clear water and dry. Do not wash in a dishwasher.

    Before putting your pan on the heat, assemble and prepare all ingredients and keep spatula, utensils, serving plate etc. ready in the cooking area. If you are looking for things once the pan is on the heat, it can overheat quickly and destroy the nonstick coating.

    Seasoning
    It is not necessary to season the pan. If, however, you plan to cook food which tends to stick such as fried eggs without any oil or butter for the first use or before you have cooked with oil on the pan, seasoning will assist release of the food. To season: rub 1 tsp/5 ml vegetable oil over the clean nonstick surface using a paper napkin or clean cotton cloth. Wipe off oil with a paper napkin or clean cotton cloth. Wash and dry pan.

    All foods should be at room temperature before beginning to cook. Eggs require controlled heat or they may become tough. Except for omelettes, eggs should be cooked on low to medium heat.

    Suitable Heat Sources
    High temperatures will shorten the life of the nonstick and may destroy it. Use pan only on domestic gas, electric or halogen stoves in which the temperature can be regulated to low and medium heat. Use a burner to suit the size of your pan – gas flames should not spread beyond the pan. Do not use high heat. Use low to medium heat.

    Limit Preheating of Pan
    Some foods/recipes require preheating of the pan. Foods such as dosa, French toast, paratha, phulka and uttapam require the pan to be at a certain temperature before you cook the first batch.

    When preheating a cold empty pan (with or without oil) before beginning to cook, it is critical that THE HEAT IS NO MORE THAN MEDIUM and the time is strictly limited to no more than that stated for your pan in the Instruction Manual that was supplied with your pan.

    The actual time required for preheating for best cooking results may be less, depending on the food being cooked and your burner. Overheating can occur quickly if pan is left on the heat without food so NEVER keep pan empty on the heat once it is hot.

    The nonstick coating of the pan retards browning somewhat in certain foods. For browner results, try cooking slightly longer. Do not use high heat.

    Avoid high temperature for best cooking results, conserving fuel and preserving the life of the nonstick coating.

    Avoid Overheating: Check Your Burner
    If food is smoking or burning, reduce heat. Using medium or lower heat and limiting the time the empty pan is heating are the basic techniques to avoid overheating. The pan can overheat even on medium heat if the burner is providing excessive heat. To check if your burner can overheat even on medium heat please read and follow instructions under “How to Use” in the Instruction Manual that was supplied with your pan.

    Avoid Scratching, Damage, Breakage
    Use wooden, heat-resistant nylon, plastic or rubber spatula/utensils. Metal utensils will scratch and reduce the life of the nonstick coating. Do not cut or scrape with metal objects or knives. If using a metal spatula, try to keep spatula parallel to pan to avoid digging into the coating. Try to touch the food and minimize contact with the coating. Do not leave plastic, nylon or rubber utensils on pan while it is hot.

    Do not hit pan or bang its rim. Do not bang pan down on pan supports. Lift pan from the pan supports – do not drag it across the pan supports. When storing pan ensure that the nonstick coating is not gouged or rubbed against any hard or sharp surface. Do not stack other utensils on the coating without protecting it. Plastic handles are liable to break under a sharp or forceful blow.

    After use, faint scratches or marks may appear on the nonstick coating. These are marks of normal wear and tear and do not affect the performance of the coating. Even if some of the coating is scraped off, the pan is still safe to use. The coating is non-toxic and inert; if accidentally and unknowingly ingested, it passes through the body harmlessly.

    Care & Cleaning

    Hard Anodised & Nonstick Cookware: How to Clean

    Wash After Every Use

    Taking care to protect your hand from the hot pan with sufficient paper napkin or cloth, wipe off residual oil with a paper napkin or muslin cloth from hot pan immediately after cooking. Doing so makes cleaning very much easier

    Always wash all surfaces of pan and lid thoroughly after every use in hot water with a mild soap or detergent and a dishcloth or sponge. Do not wash pan in a dishwasher. Let pan cool before immersing in water. For stubborn spots on the nonstick surface, soak pan in hot water (cold water after cooking eggs or milk) for about 10 minutes and rub with a non-abrasive plastic scrubber - never use steel wool, coarse or metallic scouring pads or abrasive detergents. When cleaning the pan ensure that the nonstick coating is not gouged or rubbed against any hard or sharp surface. While cleaning, keep a folded kitchen cloth or a piece of any other soft material such as rubber or sponge underneath the pan to avoid damaging the pan. Dry thoroughly with a soft clean cloth

    Stainless steel lid and glass lid may be washed in a dishwasher but this can dull the finish. Wash wooden spatula (included with Nonstick cookware) in hot water with a mild soap or detergent, rinse and dry immediately - do not soak.

    Metallic marks - most often from gas stove pan supports - may appear on the hard anodised base. To remove metallic marks from base: apply a kitchen cleanser, such as 'Vim', to the marks and rub with an abrasive kitchen scrubber, such as 'Scotch-Brite' or fine steel wool.

    Avoid "Baked-On" Food/Stains:

    If pan is not cleaned thoroughly, a thin layer of food or grease may remain. When the pan is heated next, this food/grease becomes "baked-on" and very difficult to remove. "Baked-on" food and the stains from "baked-on" food may be impossible to remove without damaging the pan.

    If you get "baked-on" food/stains, you may try the following methods (knowing that the pan surface may get damaged).

    For Hard Anodised Cookware

    Make a thick paste of a cleaning powder such as 'Vim' and apply it to the "baked-on" food/stain. Wait 5 to 10 minutes. Scour with steel wool using a circular motion. Wash

    For Nonstick Cookware

    On the Hard Anodised (exterior surface): Make a thick paste of a cleaning powder such as 'Vim' and apply it to the "baked-on" food/stain. Wait 5 to 10 minutes. Scour with steel wool using a circular motion. Wash.

    On the Nonstick (interior surface): Make a thick paste of a cleaning powder such as 'Vim' and apply it to the "baked-on" food/stain. Wait 5 to 10 minutes. Scour with a plastic scrubber using a circular motion.

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