Kuoko ceramic trays are a kitchen staple. They are perfect for any type of preparation since the retention and energy efficiency of the ceramic distributes the heat better at the base, making the ingredients cook better, evenly and to the perfect point.

Ceramic trays and cake pans

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All our ceramic utensils are worked with great care and in a 100% handmade way. That is why not all of our products will be identical or exact with each other. There may be small differences in shape or color, but this does not affect the quality of the product or its operation in a toxic- free kitchen at all. It is simply the result of betting on a traditional and exclusive production.

What makes ceramic cookware healthy?

When we cook in conventional pots and pans, we often unknowingly add microplastics, heavy metals and other toxins to our food.

Cocottes, saucepans and other kitchen utensils, made only with natural ceramics, are the

healthiest and most efficient option when preparing food. The ceramic of our utensils is composed entirely of natural raw materials. Due to the fact that the material is subjected to high temperatures, it is very resistant and, therefore, it does not react with food or migrate heavy metals such as cadmium or lead, or chemicals that are harmful to health such as PFOA, PTFE, and other substances. . You will notice it in the taste and in your well-being.

On which heat sources can I use Kuoko ceramic trays and grills?

You can use Kuoko ceramic trays and grills on absolutely any type of heat source with the exception of the induction hob. From any type of oven (classic, steam, convection, or even wood ovens!), microwave, gas cooker, induction cooker or directly on grill or electric or charcoal barbecues.

We love using it directly on our barbecue in summer, you avoid burning or charring food and you save a lot of time when cleaning.

In addition to all the heat sources, the versatility of our toxic-free ceramic grill pans and pans is limitless. You can put them in the fridge to store the food you haven’t finished, on the serving table, or even in the freezer! Of course, be careful with sudden temperature changes and do not put a tray or grill from the freezer directly on the fire without letting it warm.

What can I cook on a baking tray?

We have a tendency to underestimate a good baking tray, and have it as a secondary tool in the kitchen, but once you get the hang of it, it quickly becomes your favorite kitchen utensil.

From cookies, baked vegetables in all their formats, crackers, chickpeas and other baked legumes, which would be the first tray recipes that would come to mind to all of you, to focaccias, pizzas, cannelloni or pasta gratin, fish and chicken , brownie-type cakes or flat cakes, stuffed aubergines in tomato sauce, and wherever your imagination takes you.

The recipes that can be made in a baking tray are endless, especially if it has a bit of a wall that allows you to play with liquids.