STONELINE Stone Cookware is a revolutionary new line of non-stick stone cookware developed in Germany.
It is made with a PFOA-free natural micro stone coating. Stone cookware is 10 times harder than other types of non-stick cookware.
The natural stone coating prevents food from sticking. Stone cookware does not scratch, flake off or crack.
Stoneline Stone Cookware is easy to clean by simply wiping it down with a paper towel.
Most importantly, this stone cookware doesn’t lose it’s non-stick capability over time. It is the best non stick cookware for healthy oil free and fat free cooking.
I was contacted by the manufacturers of STONELINE Cookware to try this new non-stick cookware. When I received the stone cookware set, I was immediately impressed with the sturdy light-weight construction. I noticed the following features that are a benefit for every home cook:
- drip free rims
- stone surface that doesn’t require use of oil
- large ergonomic handles
- unique vent holes in the glass lids to release steam without removing the lid
Let’s get the legal stuff out of the way, so we can get to the fun part. From time to time I receive products from manufacturers to review. For this post, I received the STONELINE Stone Cookware Recipe Master 12 Piece Set to review.
This is an unbiased
Stoneline Stone Cookware review. I do not receive any compensation or commission for these products or their reviews. The views expressed in this post are completely my own.
What is STONELINE Cookware?
Stoneline Stone Cookware starts with a hard aluminum outer shell. Next, a patented reinforced micro-stone coating, invented and patented in Germany over 10 years ago, is applied to the aluminum cookware.
The natural PFOA-Free stone coating consists of microscopic stone particles, that undergoes a sophisticated process. This transforms them into a natural 100% PFOA-free ultra-hard non-stick stone coating.
The micro stone coating provides a natural non stick surface that won’t scratch, and is 10 times harder than the leading natural non stick coatings. Most importantly, no oil or fat is needed to create a nonstick cooking surface.
Just a small amount of water is needed to do the following:
- sweating onions
- cooking meat, chicken or fish
- braise meat
- broiling meat or chicken
- evenly browns meat or chicken to lock in flavors
STONELINE Stone Cookware offers a full product line including:
- Individual cookware pieces
- Full cookware sets
- Baking and roasting sets
- Knives and food prep products
What Comes with the STONELINE Cookware 8 Pc. Non Stick Cookware Set?
- 8-inch frying pan
- 9.5-inch Saute pan
- 1-quart saucepan with Lid
- 2.6-quart cooking pot with Lid
- 4.8-quart roasting pot with Lid
Induction Ready Stainless Steel Bottom
Every piece of STONELINE
Stone Cookware has a stainless steel plate on the bottom, which makes this the best non stick cookware compatible with all the most common types of cooking surfaces.
This includes induction, gas, electric and ceramic. The steel plate on the bottom of this stone cookware helps distribute heat evenly over the cooking surface, to prevent cold or hot spots and your food cooks evenly and perfectly every time.
How Well Does Stoneline Stone Cookware Work?
You can learn more about all the
STONELINE stone cookware here. To test this stone cookware against manufacturer claims, I seasoned the skillet with just a few drops of olive oil as recommended. It made the micro stone coating very slippery.
As part of my review, I made several dishes to see how well they work. I wanted to see if they are truly non-stick, as the manufacturer says. I wanted to see if the cookware works with no oil.
My first dish to test the cookware was to fry an egg, and for the second dish I made taco meat.
This was a good experiment, since I make these dishes often. I added a few drops of water to activate the slippery stone consistency. Next, I let the pan heat up for a few minutes on medium low heat and cracked an egg.
I did not use any additional oil or butter to coat the pan before adding the egg. After letting it set for about a minute or so, I used a silicone spatula very slightly under the egg to release it and turned the pan.
The micro stone coating was so slippery the egg almost slid out of the pan. This is the
best non stick cookware I have used. I flipped the egg and let it cook for another coupe of minutes. The perfectly fried egg made without oil or butter, and slid off the stone cookware pan and on to the plate with the yolk fully intact.
To make taco meat, I started by sweating one medium chopped onion.
I then added and browned 1 pound of ground beef. Between the light weight of the pan and ergonomic handle, I was able to pour off the fat easily and with no spills. I added tomato sauce and some spices.
I put the lid on and let it cook for about 15 minutes. Steam easily escaped through the vent hole on the lid.
I let the meat cook until there was no more red, stirring occasionally and the sauce had a thick consistency. The see-thru lids allow me to easily see the sauce bubbling and steam swirling around in the pot. I could see the heat escaping through the vent hole.
Easy to Clean
To clean the Stoneline Stone Cookware, just a wipe off the pan with a damp paper towel or soapy sponge.
The plan still had the slippery coating. After several uses you my feel the slippery feeling of the stone cookware surface wearing off. Just add a few drops of oil or water at this point and wipe to re-coat the surface.
If you do wash the pan with warm soapy water, let it cool down and re-apply oil or water before using it again.
Can STONELINE Stone Cookware Go in the Dishwasher?
It is not recommended to put stone cookware in the dishwasher. This can damage the stone coating. All you need to do to clean this non-stick stone cookware is to simply hand wash in warm soapy water or wipe with a damp paper towel.
Are the Pans Heavy?
I found the pans to be a bit heavier and sturdier than hard anodized non-stick cookware, but definitely lighter than a cast iron 3 qt pans, dutch oven and 12″ skillet.
Comfortable Ergonomic Handles
STONELINE Cookware skillet and fry pan comes with a comfortable ergonomic handle that is designed to fit your hand perfectly.
You can see how the handle is thicker in the middle where you put your hand. This ensure comfortable use when cooking, or taking the food to the table.
The ergonomic handles fit your hand perfectly. This allows you to grip the pots without injury.
This is important if the pot is bit heavy, especially when making a heart dish like soup, stew or meat to prevent pain or injury to your wrists or hands.
Is STONELINE Cookware Oven Safe?
STONELINE Stone Cookware PFOA-free non-stick pans and pots are oven safe up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit/180 degrees Celsius. The 2 piece XL Roaster and lid/baking dish are oven-safe up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit/218 degrees Celsius.
The handles can get hot when the pans or pots are put in the oven. Use a towel or oven mitt when removing the pan from the oven to prevent burns.
Lids with Vents
The clear and sturdy glass see-through lids have a small vent hole to release steam and heat. You can keep the lid on to prevent splashing while steam is released.
Benefits of Using STONELINE Cookware
- The non-stick coating is natural and 100% PFOA-free. Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), is a potentially toxic chemical that creates a non stick coating on aluminum cookware.
- STONELINE uses a patented micro stone coating, which is naturally nonstick and is 10 times harder than other non-stick coatings to prevent scratching, flaking or cracking.
- Promotes healthy cooking, since you never need oil, fat or butter for cooking.
- The cookware comes with a 12 year warranty, and with proper use and care can last for many years.
- STONELINE Cookware has a stainless steel plate on the bottom. You can use it with gas, electric, induction and ceramic cook tops.
- Cleans up easily with just a wipe with a paper towel or warm soapy water.
12 Year Warranty
STONELINE Stone Cookware comes with a 12 year warranty against defects in workmanship and materials under normal use and care. Stone cookware should last several years with proper care.
Where Can I Buy STONELINE Stone cookware?
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