Waterless cookware is an innovative new spin on classic kitchenware. Waterless cooking has become increasingly popular in recent years. It refers to cooking without the need to add oil or water to your food. The fluids from foods themselves work to cook everything in your pan. Waterless cookware is made from several layers of aluminum and/or copper, and the surface is made from stainless steel. There is also a cast iron core in the center of each piece for maximum heat distribution. Lighter metals release heat too quickly, which causes cooking to be less controlled than with stronger metals.
Many waterless cookware sets are engineered so that they may be stacked on top of one another. This design allows you to cook several different dishes atop one single burner, which saves time in the kitchen and energy in your home. These models typically come equipped with steam-release valves that allow you to seal in condensation for extra moisture while you cook. This unique feature is the fundamental element of waterless cookware that makes it different from other kinds. One disadvantage of waterless cookware is that the steam is dangerously hot, so make sure to point the value away from you as you cook.