Bialetti Pro Ceramic Non Stick Cookware Review

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Bialetti Pro Ceramic Non Stick Cookware Review
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As commonly mentioned in similar Bialetti cookware reviews, the brand, Bialetti, started in Italy with its famous 1933 Moka Express coffee-maker. The company has since expanded and has become widely known for its high quality, simplistic, functional, and stylish designs in cookware. This Bialetti set is part of their non stick range featuring ceramic nonstick interior and a hard anodized construction.

The Bialetti Cookware Ceramic Pro design

The great feature of this Bialetti ceramic cookware set is its hard-anodized aluminum exterior, which will give it durability. The manufacturer’s claim that it’s twice as tough as stainless steel, in fact. 

The benefit of the aluminum base layer is that it conducts and distributes heat quickly and evenly. 

The gray cooking surface is ceramic and nonstick, meaning less oil used in cooking (= fewer calories). Being ceramic, the nonstick layer on the Biatelli pots and pans is PFOA and PTFE free. 

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The design of the Bialetti Ceramic Pro cookware

Bialetti pans had their origins in Italy and the Italian heritage is evident in this set’s stylish design.

The Bialetti Ceramic Pro cookware is best for…

The beauty of the Bialetti pots and pans is their fast heating and versatility of stove to oven use since they are oven-safe to 400°F – higher than most ceramic nonstick cookware. The handles are stainless steel giving them better heat resistance than phenolic resin types (Bakelite) that are used on most others. 

Thick base

The bases of the Bialetti pans are made of heavy gauge forged aluminum, which ensures excellent heat distribution.

Sturdy handles

The handles are cast stainless steel, making them oven safe, while handles are riveted.

Exterior finish

The exterior is heavy-gauge hard anodized aluminum, which gives the outside of these Bialetti pots and pans long-term toughness.

Clear view lids

The set contains tempered glass lids with vents. The lids have U-shaped stainless steel handles.

Oven safe

The pots and pans and their lids are oven safe up to 400 ºF.

Other features and specifications:

This Bialetti cookware is suitable for conventional stovetops, including electric, gas, ceramic, and glass.

This set is well priced and comes with a guarantee that covers the product from manufacturing defects for 10 years from the date of purchase. The cookware heats up quickly and evenly.

Oven safe to 400°F. Easy to clean. Durable. Scratch resistant. Tempered glass lids with vents. No PFAS, PFOA.

Its hard anodized construction makes its exterior twice as hard as stainless steel.

Handles are made of stainless steel – making them durable but also hot to touch. It’s always best to use pot holders when moving pots and pans from stove top to bench or sink or removing lids during or immediately after cooking.

When frying, a little oil or butter is always needed for best results when using this cookware, so not completely fat-free cooking though you will use a considerable less amount of oil than conventional frypans.

In need of a Bialetti frying pan? This set has three to choose from including a deep saute pan.

The 10-pce set contains:

  • 8-inch sauté pan
  • 10-inch sauté pan
  • 1.5-quart sauce pan + lid
  • 3-quart sauce pan + lid
  • 3-quart deep saute + lid
  • 6-quart dutch oven + lid

Other specs:

  • Comes in Bialetti Granito Gray
  • Dimensions: 8.5 × 25.3 × 8.5 in
  • Carton weight: 20.9 lbs
  • Warranty: 10-year limited

Care and cleaning

How to care for your Bialetti ceramic cookware?

Always cook on moderate heat. Never use metal utensils. Use only plastic, wood or silicone tools. Avoid scouring the surface and pay attention to the area around rivets. Use only non-scratch sponges.

As with all ceramic cookware, I recommend hand washing, especially since the ceramic surface makes cleaning simple and so effortless.  Just running water into them or simply wipe with a paper towel will give these pans a quick clean. DO NOT use abrasive cleaners or this will damage the surface and lessen the life of the product.

Take care in cleaning around the riveted areas (where grime can build up) so as not to compromise the cooking surface.

Burning foods may stain the surface. For resistant stains, heating some white vinegar and then cleaning may help.

Always store with care. Avoid stacking, which may harm the inner nonstick coating during storage. Pan separators can help.

Pros
✅ Well priced
✅ No PFAS, PFOA
✅ 10 year guarantee
✅ Fast and even heating
✅ Oven safe to 400°F
✅ Durable exterior, twice as hard as stainless steel
Cons
✋ Handles can get hot to touch – need to use pot holders
✋ The pans will always require a smidgeon of butter or oil, so not entirely fat-free
✋ Riveted areas can attract build-up of food – take care with cleaning

Summary:

The Bialetti Ceramic Pro 10-pce is a well-priced family cookware set with 3 pans, 2 pots, and a dutch oven. It is perfect for preparing family meals as well as for dinner parties and entertaining guests. It has a durable anodized exterior. This Bialetti cookware set is safe to use in the oven and on all stovetops (except induction) up to 400 ºF. It is so versatile. Pots can go straight from the stove to the oven when you are preparing meals. A stylish and functional set if you don’t mind that Granito Gray look!

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Other Bialetti kitchen products

You may like the Bialetti frying pan that’s part of the Bialetti Granito Cookware range with silicone handle and a granite-stone cooking surface that is PFOA free and metal utensil safe.
Click here to check out the reviews and the latest price of the Granito Xtra .

Or, you might like the Bialetti Coffee Expresso pots.
Check out the reviews and the latest price of the Coffee Expresso pots.

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Still unsure which set to buy? Check out my ceramic cookware buying guide!

Also, see my guide on the sharpest knives for the kitchen and how to sharpen them here. Also, check out ‘what is the best ceramic frying pan?’ here.


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