Question #18: Can nonstick cookware be placed in the oven?

Yes, but most nonstick coatings are only oven-safe up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. There are some sol-gel (“ceramic”) nonstick coatings that can withstand higher temperatures. But beware: The handle and fittings on or in the pot, pan and lid must be oven-safe as well. It is best to refer to the individual manufacturer’s “use and care” instructions for oven safety of your product.



 
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Question #18: Can nonstick cookware be placed in the oven?

Yes, but most nonstick coatings are only oven-safe up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. There are some sol-gel (“ceramic”) nonstick coatings that can withstand higher temperatures. But beware: The handle and fittings on or in the pot, pan and lid must be oven-safe as well. It is best to refer to the individual manufacturer’s “use and care” instructions for oven safety of your product.



 
 
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