Care & Use

Purchased, or thinking about purchasing, some of our Stoven products and looking at the best way to take care of them? Here's a breakdown of our care and use instructions, with our tips for maintaining your Stoven kitchenware and cookware items in perfect condition.

Stoven Bakeware - Care & Use

Includes; Stoven Non-Stick Roasting Set (STOVROAST), Stoven Non-Stick Baking Tray Set (STOVBAKE), Stoven Non-Stick Bakeware Set (STOVSET), Stoven Non-Stick 35cm Roaster (STOV11054), Stoven Non-Stick 40cm Roaster (STOV11055), Stoven Non-Stick Small Baking Tray (STOV11050), Stoven Non-Stick Medium Baking Tray (STOV11051), Stoven Non-Stick Large Baking Tray (STOV11052), Stoven Non-Stick 34cm Brownie Pan (STOV11053), Stoven Non-Stick 20cm Loose Base Sandwich Tin (STOV11057), Stoven Non-Stick 12 Cup Muffin Pan (STOV11056)

Lifetime Guarantee

This product is guaranteed against faulty workmanship or materials providing the instructions are followed. This guarantee does not include damage caused by overheating, customer abuse, commercial use, damage caused by use for a purpose for which it was not intended or general wear and tear. The guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.

Retailer: Harts of Stur, Station Road, Sturminster Newton, Dorset, DT10 1BD


Stoven Soft Touch Induction Cookware - Care & Use

Before First Use

During Use

After Use

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Lifetime Guarantee

This product is guaranteed against faulty workmanship or materials providing the instructions are followed. This guarantee does not include damage caused by overheating, customer abuse, commercial use, damage caused by use for a purpose for which it was not intended or general wear and tear. The guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.

Retailer: Harts of Stur, Station Road, Sturminster Newton, Dorset, DT10 1BD


Stoven Carbon Steel Woks - Seasoning

SEASONING INSTRUCTIONS - PREPARING YOUR WOK FOR FIRST TIME USE

1. Your wok is covered in a lacquer coating to prevent rusting during transportation. It is very important that you remove the coating from the OUTSIDE as well as the inside of your wok THOROUGHLY before you begin seasoning your wok. If it is not removed, the coating will prevent the seasoning process from working correctly. Wash the wok vigorously, inside and out, in very hot water, using a small amount of liquid detergent and a scouring pad. Rinse and dry the wok thoroughly. If the lacquer is still present on the wok the surface will feel very smooth. When the lacquer is removed the surface should feel rough.

2. Place the wok on a high heat and, using the handle to hold it, keep moving the wok over the heat, turning it and tilting it up to the rim and back, until the metal turns a blueish-yellow colour.

3. Remove the wok from the heat and turn the heat down to a medium-low setting.

4. Pour about 1½ tsp vegetable oil into the wok and spread it so that the whole inside surface of the wok is covered in a thin film of oil. You should wear protective gloves and spread the oil using a heat-proof basting brush or a paper towel held in kitchen tongs or chopsticks, as the hot oil will soak through the paper.

5. Return the wok to the heat, on a medium-low setting for about 10 minutes.

6. Wipe off the oil with another paper towel, again holding the paper towel with tongs or chopsticks. A black residue will come off on the paper.

7. Repeat steps 4 to 6 until no black residue comes off the paper (about 3 times).Then allow the wok to cool.


Stoven Hard Anodised 5 Piece Cookware Set - Care & Use

Care and use instructions for Stoven Hard Anodised 5 Piece Cookware Set (STOV11593) can be viewed/downloaded in pdf form here.