Premium Mari steel casserole with a blanching basket. Casserole 10 litres, blanching basket 7 l. The pot is suitable for all hob types. The lid is dishwasher safe. 10-year warranty.
Mari Casseroles are made of high-quality stainless steel. Steam holes in the lid. The products have a three-ply base that can be used on all hob types, also in the oven. Scale on the inside the casserole with half-litre intervals. The lid is dishwasher safe. Mari steel casseroles and sauce pans designed by Ulla Ingman are timeless classics; they have been in production since the 1970s. Blanching Basket, stainless steel. Makes e.g. blanching, draining and rinsing mushrooms easier. Can also be used for boiling vegetables and crayfish, for example.
Designed and made in Finland. We give a 10-year guarantee for Mari steel casseroles and sauce pans.
Volume: 10 L
Top diameter 28 cm
Base diameter 25 cm
Blanching Basket volume: 7 L
Freight weight: 2.694 kg
Do not boil the pot dry; it can damage the bottom. Turn off the cooking zone first and let the pot cool down on the stove before lifting it if it has boiled dry. A damaged or loose hot bottom can cause dangerous situations.
Shining steel surfaces are not fond of coarse brushes, abrasive powder, abrasive sponges or steel wool.
Greyish white spots and stains, limestone deposits
Limestone and other minerals in water can, if they precipitate, form a grey coating or light stains on the bottom that cannot be removed with cleaners. Clean the bottom by soaking vinegar/water mixture (1–2 dl vinegar/1 l water) in the pot overnight. Wash and dry the pot after the treatment.
Small white spots in the bottom of the pot
White specks appear in a pot if salt is added before boiling. They can also be cleaned using diluted vinegar. Salt should not be added before the water is boiling. Do not store salty foods for long periods in the steel pot because salt causes pits in steel.
Colours of the rainbow
Colours of the rainbow on steel are due to sudden temperature changes. The phenomenon is completely harmless and disappears by itself over time. If you wish, you can treat the pot with a vinegar solution.
Food stuck hard
Food getting stuck hard is usually due to overtly high stove heat. Soak the pot or cook a cleaner solution with one tablespoon alkaline cleaning powder and 1 l water in it.