Stack Cooking with iCook Cookware

Stack cooking is a convenient feature of iCook Cookware.
You can prepare more foods at one time by stacking a small
pan on top of a larger one. Just follow these simple steps:

1. Always have the larger pan on the bottom. Use the
appropriate size Dome Lid to cover the bottom utensil.

2. The bottom pan should contain foods with more weight
and volume, or those requiring longer cooking times, such
as meat, poultry, or stews.

3. The top pan should be used for foods with less weight
and volume, or those requiring a shorter cooking time:
fruit or fresh or frozen vegetables; sauces or puddings;
melting butter or chocolate; reheating foods; or keeping
cooked foods warm.

4. Place lower pan (covered with the Dome Lid) on medium
heat until the VITALOK™ seal forms, then reduce heat to low.
(If you are cooking meat, preheat the pan and brown meat
on all sides on medium, then cover and reduce to low after
the VITALOK seal forms.)

5. Before stacking your smaller pan on top of the larger one,
heat it on another burner until the VITALOK seal forms. (The
VITALOK seal isn’t necessary if you’re melting or reheating
food, or keeping food warm.)

6. When the VITALOK seal forms in the smaller pan, remove it
from the burner and place it on top of the larger pan.

Stack Cooking with iCook Cookware





Stack cooking pan combinations:

• 2-quart Saucepan and Lid
• Junior Dome Lid
• 3-quart Sauté Pan

• 3-quart Saucepan and Lid
• Senior Dome Lid
• 8-quart Dutch Oven

• 3-quart Saucepan and Lid
• Senior Dome Lid
• 3-quart Sauté Pan