Use & Care
· Do not store food inside cooker after use.
· Clean and dry the cooker after each use. Warm soapy water is recommended for cleaning.
· Do not wash in a dishwasher.
· Ensure the cover of the locking valve is not damaged and it fits well. If there is damage, replace the cover before using the cooker again.
· Release and clean the pressure regulator completely. The steam discharging tube and the anti-clogging nut should not be filled or blocked by any substances, such as food residue.
· When installing the pressure regulator, make sure it is installed in the correct position.
· After each use, the safety valve should be examined to ensure it is clean, cleaning with hot water if required.
· After each use the silicone gasket should be cleaned thoroughly with warm water and installed back in the lid after washing.
· Do not use steel wool, abrasive scouring powders or liquids.
· The gasket will last longer if you place the lid upside down on top of the Pressure Cooker body after it has been washed.
· Depending on how often you use your Pressure Cooker, you should replace the rubber gasket and the O-ring for the safety valve every 1-2 years. In case of damage (tears or cracks, deformation on the edges or hardening), these parts should be replaced immediately. Failure to do so may affect proper functioning and safety.
· Take care not to scratch the non-stick with bones or hard utensils.
Cupcake Decorating Toolbox (2200)
Muffin Pan (12-Cup)
· Muffin Pan is dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer and oven safe
· Wash your Muffin Pan in warm, soapy water.
· -40°C to 230°C temperature range.
· Do NOT place over naked flame.
· Do NOT cut on Silicone Bakeware.
· Wash in warm soapy water.
· Not suitable for dishwasher, microwave or oven.como advanced™
Please note that all como advanced™ cookware (excluding the Chef’s Grill and Chef’s Griddle) are suitable for use on an induction cooker.
Before you use:
Wash your new como advanced™ cookware in hot, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft tea-towel or cloth.
Your como advanced™ cookware is oven safe to 250°C. We recommend to use silicone tools.
To avoid overheating:
Wherever possible, pre-heat your cookware to the desired cooking temperature prior to adding ingredients.
Always use the appropriate sized burner, when using gas flame should not exceed the base of the pan..
Avoid using high heat settings and can damage the non-stick coating on your pan.
Choose low to medium heat settings and apply your vented lid to maintain cooking temperatures.
To maintain the non-stick surface use only silicone or nylon utensils and tools. Avoid spray oils as they often leave a gummy residue which makes cleaning difficult.
It is recommended that you wash your como advanced™ cookware after every use and while it is still warm using hot, soapy water and a microfiber cloth. If required, leave your como advanced™ cookware to soak for 30 minutes and wipe with a non-abrasive pad and a combination of water and bicarbonate of soda.
Please note our products do not contain PFOA, nor is PFOA used in the manufacturing process.
como advanced™ Glass Lids
The glass lid is heat resistant up to 180°C. It may be placed in the dishwasher for cleaning.
Professional knives need professional care.
Wash and dry your knife immediately after each use.
Hand wash only – do NOT place in dishwasher
Polish with a soft cloth.
Store in a protective cover.
Do NOT use a sawing action unless using a serrated knife.
Do NOT use for prying, separating or cutting semi-frozen foods.
Keep out of reach of children.
Each knife should only be used for the purpose it was designed for, please refer below for details.
Cook’s Knife (20cm blade)
The blade is wide at the heel and tapers to a point. The heavier weight and razor-sharp edge make for effortless chopping of meat, vegetables and large items such as watermelon. The Cook’s Knife is also good for carving.
Fusion Knife (18cm blade)
The ultimate food preparation knife. With a thin and very sharp blade, it’s a cross between a traditional Asian cleaver and a Western cook’s knife. Use for cutting starchy vegetables such as potatoes and pumpkin, as well as chopping onions and herbs.
Fusion Wave (13cm blade)
Smaller than the Fusion, this is a very versatile knife. The dimples on the blade reduce friction to make slicing easier, and help stop food from sticking to the blade. Good for chopping cucumber, chives and small shallots or fruit such as apples, oranges and mangoes.
Bread Knife (22cm blade)
Super-sharp serrations and a longer blade than other bread knives to slice through any type and thickness of bread, or cut a cake in half to fill. Not recommended for cutting meat, fruit or vegetables. This type of knife does not require sharpening.
Utility Knife (15cm blade)
A slicing and trimming knife for those who prefer a serrated blade. Ideal for tomatoes or cutting French bread into thin slices for croutes. This type of knife does not require sharpening. Not recommended for use with pumpkin and other large firmer items
Paring Knife (9.5cm blade)
For fiddly jobs. Best for cutting fruit, peeling and segmenting oranges, hulling strawberries or peeling garlic cloves. Not recommended for cutting. Especially vegetables such pumpkin, potatoes, carrots and other large firm items.
These clever kitchen shears can cut chicken bones, open bottles and jars, and snip herbs. The serrated blade does not require sharpening.
Maintenance and cleaning:
To maintain the blade (non-serrated knives only), sharpen regularly with an approved knife sharpener and wipe blade clean with a soft, damp cloth immediately after sharpening.
To clean the Knife Block & glass; simply wipe with a clean damp cloth. Dry with a soft cloth. Do NOT place any part of Knife Block in dishwasher.
Silicone Bakeware products are dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer and oven safe within the temperature range and allow for easy removal of baked goods and easy clean-up.
Before you use:
Wash your Silicone Bakeware in warm, soapy water before first use.
Use only within the -40°C to 230°C temperature range.
High sugar, high egg and fine flour batters often require cooking spray or flouring to ensure a perfect result.
For best results allow your baking to cool completely in the Silicone Bakeware pan before turning.
Do NOT place over naked flame.
Do NOT cut on Silicone Bakeware.
Wash after every use in warm, soapy water or place in top rack of dishwasher.
Silicone Spring Form Pan
The Spring Form Pan can be used in the 7L Pressure Cooker on the Rack/Basket at Level 1 and 2 pressure, and at maximum 180 degrees Celsius in ovens, and in microwave and freezer.
Before you use:Wash your Silicone Spring Form Pan in warm, soapy water before first use.
Use:1. To open, slide plastic clip upwards until it slips off silicone sides altogether, peel silicone away from cake carefully.
2. Glass base can be used to transfer cake or to serve (once cooled completely).
Cleaning:Wash after every use in warm, soapy water or place in top rack of dishwasher. For best cleaning, remove plastic clip, and wash silicone sides and glass base separately.
Cooking:Perfect for use in the 7L Pressure Cooker, and in the oven.
- High sugar, high egg and fine flour batters and delicate items require light greasing of the base and sides to ensure a perfect result.
- Handle hot Pan carefully, do not lift only by holding silicone sides - use Rack/Basket to lift out of Pressure Cooker or if using in oven, lift off baking tray from under glass base with suitable heat protection for your hands.
- Do not place hot Pan on cold surface. Use cooling racks.
- Do not place over naked flame.
- Do not use from freezer directly to oven/microwave - allow Pan & glass base to come to room temperature before heating.
- Do not cut into silicone -remove silicone sides before cutting cake.
- Do not drop glass base.
- Do not use if glass base is chipped or cracked or if silicone is split or damaged.
The Ultimate Aussie BBQ Saviour
Before you use:
Wash in warm, soapy water before first use.
Safe to 230°C.
Always use medium heat setting.
Do NOT place over open or naked flame.
Do NOT place directly over heating element.
Wash after every use in warm, soapy water.
Can be placed on the top shelf of the dishwasher.
Silicone Utensils, Pot Holders, Silicone Egg Rings and Poachers, Trivets, Mixing Bowls, Silicone Measuring Cups, Silicone Measuring Spoons, and Silicone Roasting Rack.
These items can be placed on the top shelf of the dishwasher only.
Silicone Pot Holders, Silicone Egg Rings and Poachers, Trivets and Mixing Bowls.
Silicone Bakeware can only be used between -40°C/-40°F and 230°C/446°F. Cutting on Silicone Bakeware will damage it. It cannot be used over a naked flame. Silicone Bakeware may discolour with use. This does not affect its performance.
The potato masher can be placed on the top shelf of the dishwasher only.
Cooling Racks (set of 2)
To clean Cooling Racks wipe with a clean damp cloth and dry well.
Knives (Set of 4)
Wash and dry your knives immediately after use. Avoid dishwasher use and polish with a soft cloth.
Do not place the Grater in the dishwasher. Beware of sharp blades when in use and wash in warm soapy water.
Measurable temperature range from 0°C (minimum) to 300°C (maximum).
Only the metal lead and temperature probe should be exposed to heat. The Digital Timer/Thermometer is not heat-proof, and should be protected, like any other electronic item, from heat and water.
Use only recommended battery type (1 x AAA). If the Digital Timer/Thermometer continues to beep when the Stop button is pressed, it’s time to replace the battery.
To use as a clock:
Press Clock/Timer button.
Press once; clock time will be displayed.
Press again; timer will be displayed.
To change the time on the clock:
Press and hold Clock/Timer button for 3 seconds; time will flash.
Press HR and MIN buttons to change the time.
Press Clock/Timer button again to register new time.
To use as a timer:
Press Clock/Timer to display countdown.
Press and hold HR and MIN buttons together to clear previous times.
Press HR or MIN to set the timer.
Press Start; timer will flash on screen and countdown will begin.
When alarm sounds press Start/Stop.
When you are away from the room the timer will continue to count to show how long since the timer rang.
To set the temperature sensor:
Press the single black button on the back of the timer to “on”.
Insert the power probe into the socket on the left side of the timer.
Press the Up and Down buttons until desired cooked temperature is displayed.
Press Alert On/Off button; display will show a bell in the top right hand corner.
Alarm will sound when the food has reached the required temperature.
(Remember that the probe will be very hot when removed from the oven).
Clean probe and secure with probe protector.
Press black button on back of timer to “off” to conserve battery life.
Remove probe from the Digital Timer / Thermometer when cleaning. Clean probe with warm, soapy water. Do not place in dishwasher.
Weigh in increments of 1g up to a maximum of 5kg.
Easy-to-use conversion table.
Gram or Ounce display.
Use only for intended purpose.
Wipe surfaces with a damp cloth.
To remove smudges and fingerprints, polish with a lint-free cloth.
Do NOT immerse in water.
Acacia Chopping Board
· Wipe with warm soapy water before first use. Hand-wash with hot, soapy water. Dry thoroughly.
· Do not soak or submerge board in water.
· Occasionally rub with linseed oil to keep wood from drying out. To santise, wash with a solution of one part vinegar to five parts water.
· Remove odours by rubbing the board with table salt and half a lemon. Sit for 2-3 minutes then wipe clean with a damp cloth. Remove excess moisture with a clean paper towel and stand the board on the end to air dry.
· Store in a dry area away from extreme temperatures.
· Not suitable for dishwasher or microwave use.