The Forno line includes a series of cast-aluminum cooking tools, with high-thickness bottoms up to 8mm and fully lined with Platinun Plus Chemours, a guarantee of nonstickness even at high temperatures.
Multipurpose Optima Forno
110,00 € – 135,00 €
Multipurpose Jolly made of nonstick, high-thickness Die-cast Aluminum. 6 mm thick.
|Diameter||Capacity in liters||Height|
|Ø 20||2,25 l||11 cm|
|Ø 24||3,5 l||11 cm|
Product made totally in Italy with Italian materials
SOME MORE INFORMATION
Nickel amount below the quantification limit
100% recycled and recyclable aluminum
High-quality die-cast aluminum
TO GET STARTED
First, remove all labels on the product, after which take a paper towel lightly soaked in cooking oil and wipe it all over the nonstick.
At this point you can place the product on the stovetop and begin to preheat it; after about 4 minutes your Risolì will already be hot and ready to use.
COOKING WITH REAL MADE IN ITALY
It means always making sure that the words Made in Italy are engraved on the product and not “pasted” with a simple label is synonymous with the guarantee of the supply chain.
The Multipurpose Jolly was born with dual function. The base can be used as a traditional saucepot, and the lid instead creates an oven effect; it can also be used separately to cook fried eggs, for example.
Do not overheat the vacuum product too much, a 5-minute preheating will be sufficient.
As with all PREMIUM products if we want them to last a lifetime we recommend not abusing their strength: better to use wooden, plastic or silicone kitchen utensils instead of steel, and better not to store acidic foods such as tomatoes for a long time inside because they may corrode.
After use, clean your Risolì with a mild detergent under lukewarm water (we recommend our GreenClean detergent) after which immediately dry it carefully with a clean cloth. You can also use the dishwasher but on a gentle cycle and possibly with nonaggressive detergents (we do not recommend tablets). Remember that the dishwasher may blacken the aluminum bottom by oxidation.