BRING CREATIVITY TO A BOIL

BRING CREATIVITY TO A BOIL

Brew, steep, and boil in style with the KitchenAid Enamel-on-Steel Whistling Teakettle. The 2-quart teakettle is ready for any stovetop, including induction, and is made from durable lightweight steel for quick boils. The display-worthy teakettle features a durable porcelain-enamel finish inside and out. The stainless steel lid locks in heat and features a whistling knob to alert when water is ready for use.

Brew, steep, and boil in style with the KitchenAid Enamel-on-Steel Whistling Teakettle. The 2-quart teakettle is ready for any stovetop, including induction, and is made from durable lightweight steel for quick boils. The display-worthy teakettle features a durable porcelain-enamel finish inside and out. The stainless steel lid locks in heat and features a whistling knob to alert when water is ready for use.

Snug-fitting lid

Stainless steel lid fits snug to lock in heat

Induction capable

Works on all stovetops

Endless Possiblities

Versatile to explore creativity

Cohesive, modern kitchen

Featured in display-worthy color finishes

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PREPPING

Fill the kettle no higher than the maximum fill level: below the bottom of the spout.

Ensure the lid is securely sealed on the teakettle – you should hear a loud click. Match the kettle to the correct burner size.

 

BOILING

Heat the teakettle on medium-to-medium high heat.

Turn the burner off once the teakettle whistles and let rest for one minute. If you notice the kettle does not whistle or sounds quieter than normal, your teakettle may be overfilled, or you may not have the lid on securely.

To avoid damages, don’t leave a teakettle unattended or allow to boil dry.

SERVING

The teakettle can get very hot during boiling – ALWAYS use a potholder when handling.

Avoid touching lid during and immediately after boiling, as steam can escape from the base of the knob where the whistle is located.

CLEANING

This teakettle should be washed by hand.

Empty the teakettle frequently and wash with warm, soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly. To avoid scratching, do not use harsh abrasives or steel wool.

 

PREPPING

Fill the kettle no higher than the maximum fill level: below the bottom of the spout.

Ensure the lid is securely sealed on the teakettle – you should hear a loud click. Match the kettle to the correct burner size.

 

BOILING

Heat the teakettle on medium-to-medium high heat. Turn the burner off once the teakettle whistles and let rest for one minute. If you notice the kettle does not whistle or sounds quieter than normal, your teakettle may be overfilled, or you may not have the lid on securely.

SERVING

The teakettle can get very hot during boiling – ALWAYS use a potholder when handling.

Avoid touching lid during and immediately after boiling, as steam can escape from the base of the knob where the whistle is located.

CLEANING

This teakettle should be washed by hand.

Empty the teakettle frequently and wash with warm, soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly. To avoid scratching, do not use harsh abrasives or steel wool.