WARNING: BURN/SCALD HAZARD. High cooking temperatures
and longer cooking times may cause handles to get hot. Always use
a dry oven glove or cloth when handling hot pans during and after
WARNING: FIRE HAZARD. Do not leave pots and pans unattended
while cooking. Never let a pot or pan boil dry.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD . Protective separator clips
between lid and pan are small parts and hazardous to children.
Discard immediately when unpacking your cookware.
CAUTION: Birds are sensitive to cooking fumes and burned food
fumes. These fumes can be caused from overheating your cookware
or from burning food and can be hazardous or fatal to birds. Never
keep pet birds in your kitchen.
BEFORE FIRST USE
Read all instructions carefully. Wash cookware in hot, soapy water,
then rinse and dry thoroughly.
USE ON THE HOB
Safe for use on gas, electric, electric coil, halogen, induction
and ceramic hobs.
Be sure to use an appropriately sized burner for the pan you are
cooking with and never allow the handle to extend over the burner.
If cooking on a gas range, do not allow the ﬂame to rise along the
outside of the pan, as this may lead to discolouration and cause the
handle to get hot. Avoid sliding cookware on the hob, as this can lead
to scratching on the surface.
Preheat the pan for 2 to 3 minutes using the heat setting you intend
to use when cooking. To determine if the pan is hot enough for
cooking, simply add a few drops of water. If you hear a sizzle, the pan
is ready for use. DO NOT rush the preheating process by using high
heat. We recommend using lower temperatures when you ﬁrst begin
using your cookware to avoid overcooking and burning until you
become familiar with how your pan cooks.
• Use high heat for boiling liquids and searing. Never leave an empty
pan on high for more than 3 minutes as this can damage the pan
and lead to sticking.
• Use medium-high heat for sautéing, frying, stir-frying and making
• Use medium heat for reducing liquids and making pancakes and
• Use low heat to warm foods, simmer ingredients or prepare delicate
OVEN & GRILL USE
Ninja® cookware and lids are oven and grill safe to 260°C.
If using cookware in an oven at temperatures between 200°C
and 260°C, do not leave lids in oven for longer than 30 minutes.
Allow lids to cool before immersing in water.
Our exclusively designed stainless steel handles are comfortable to
hold and securely attached with double rivets, so they won’t become
loose over time. Please note, high cooking temperatures and long
cook times can cause handles to get hot. Always use a dry oven glove
or cloth when handling hot pans during and after cooking.
Metal utensils including spatulas, spoons, whisks and tongs are safe
for use with your Ninja® ZEROSTICK® cookware. Never use sharp
instruments such as knives or forks or appliances such as electric
mixers to cut, chop or whip foods in any non-stick pan. Such use will
damage the non-stick ﬁnish and
void the guarantee.
CLEANING & CARE
Remove all packaging and wash cookware before ﬁrst use. Allow
cookware to cool completely before washing. Never immerse a hot
pan in cold water, as this may lead to irreparable warping. Always
clean cookware thoroughly after use, as grease build-up over time
can lead to food sticking.
If you notice grease or discolouring on the stainless steel handles or
stainless steel induction base, clean thoroughly with bicarbonate of
soda and white vinegar and then wipe with a sponge or soft cloth.
Use automatic dishwashing detergent without bleach or citrus
additives. Prolonged, regular dishwashing may eventually mark or
discolour your cookware. If regularly washed in the dishwasher, some
darkening of the exterior of the base may occur—this is normal and
will not aect cooking performance.
Use mild washing-up liquid. Abrasive pads and sponges should only
be used if they are approved for use on non-stick cookware. DO NOT
use harsh cleaners or abrasive pads for non-stick cookware as they
can damage cookware.