How To Season A Ceramic Pan II


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Seasoning a ceramic pan is a process that helps create a non-stick surface and enhance its performance. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to season a ceramic pan:

how to season a ceramic pan

Clean the Pan

Start by thoroughly cleaning the ceramic pan with warm, soapy water to remove any dust, dirt, or residues.

Dry the Pan

Towel dry the pan or allow it to air dry completely to ensure there’s no moisture left on the surface.

Apply a Thin Layer of Oil

Use a high smoke point oil such as vegetable oil, canola oil, or flaxseed oil.

Apply a thin, even layer of oil to the entire cooking surface of the pan, both inside and outside.

Spread the Oil

Use a paper towel to spread the oil evenly across the surface of the pan, ensuring all areas are coated.

Preheat the Oven

Preheat your oven to the recommended temperature indicated by the manufacturer or, usually, around 300-350°F (150-175°C).

Place the Pan in the Oven

Put the oiled ceramic pan upside down on the oven rack or a baking sheet to catch any drips.

Bake the Pan

Bake the pan in the preheated oven for about 1-2 hours. This process allows the oil to bond with the ceramic surface, creating a non-stick layer.

Cool and Repeat

Allow the pan to cool completely in the oven before removing it.

Repeat the oil application and baking process 2-3 times, allowing the pan to cool in between each round.

Check the Seasoning

After the final seasoning, inspect the pan to ensure the non-stick layer has formed and the surface appears smooth.

Store the Pan

Store your seasoned ceramic pan in a dry place, preferably hanging or with a paper towel placed between pans to avoid scratching the surface.


After each use, wash the pan gently with a soft sponge and mild dish soap.

Avoid using metal utensils that could scratch the surface, as this can compromise the non-stick properties.


If you notice the non-stick properties diminishing over time, repeat the seasoning process to restore the surface.

By following these steps, you can effectively season your ceramic pan, creating a non-stick surface that enhances cooking and makes cleaning easier.

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