Hard anodized aluminum cookware is widely utilized. Hard anodized cookware keeps the beneficial effects of aluminum while being food safe. Hard-anodized aluminum cookware is durable and protects the surface from abrasion from kitchen utensils like spatulas or forks.
Cast iron is commonly seasoned to prevent rusting, but hard-anodized cookware can also be seasoned. Hard-anodized cookware won’t rust, but it can corrode over time, and seasoning can help. Read today’s kitchen tip to learn how to season hard anodized cookware quickly.
Hard-anodized cookware has an aluminum base. To use metal utensils with some hard anodized cookware, wood, plastic, and silicon are recommended. Read today’s cooking blog to learn more about how to care for your cookware correctly.