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User Manual for Teppanyaki Griddle Thermador TEPPAN1016
Before using the teppanyaki for the first time
- Before using the teppanyaki for the first time, clean it with warm water and a little washing-up liquid and then rinse it.
Tips for using your teppanyaki
- Use your teppanyaki only for cooking food.
- Do not leave acidic foods such as tomatoes (or tomato sauce), mayonnaise, lemons, vinegar or brine on your teppanyaki for more than 6 hours. Highly acidic food may cause unwanted discoloration.
- Do not use sharp metal utensils on the appliance as these may scratch it. Scratches and other damage will not impair the flavor or quality of the food you are cooking or frying, however.
- Never leave the teppanyaki on the heat source without any food on it, as this may cause the teppanyaki to warp. Pour oil onto the teppanyaki before heating it up.
- You can use your teppanyaki without issue in the oven or combi-steam oven at temperatures of up to F (220°C). At temperatures exceeding 430°F
- C), the stainless steel may take on a blue or brown hue, or even begin to oxidize in places.
- Changes in hue and oxidation are not covered by the warranty.
- Always use a pot holder or oven gloves to touch the handles, as these become hot.
- Always allow the hot teppanyaki to cool down after use.
Cleaning and care
- Never use metal scourers, bleach or abrasive cleaning products to clean the appliance.
- To gently clean your appliance, we recommend using warm water and a little washing-up liquid and a dishcloth.
- To remove stubborn patches, soak the teppanyaki in warm water with washing-up liquid. Leave it to soak overnight if necessary. Then clean off the residue with a soft brush, sponge or cloth.
- To remove patches of limescale or traces of minerals, clean your cookware in white vinegar to 5 tablespoons). Then rinse it in warm water with washing-up liquid. (As an alternative, you could use a little lemon juice instead of vinegar – a few drops are generally sufficient.)
- Under exceptional circumstances, such as stubborn dirt, burnt-on grease and other hard-to-remove traces of food, very carefully place ice cubes onto the teppanyaki while it is still hot, and use a spatula, brush or soft sponge to clean off the food remnants.
- Alternatively, you could use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaning product. With normal use, unwanted marks and discoloration are unlikely. If this does happen, however, it will not affect the food or the cooking results.
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