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About Nabsteel

Nab Steel Company was launched in Mazandaran Province, Iran in 1983 by taking benefit from Solingen Machinery and Technology (Germany). Upon starting up, Nab Steel Factory’s mission has been qualitative and quantitative development of spoon and fork production. Therefore, the company purchased the relevant machines from Switzerland to update the mold making sector.

The art of Nab Steel is to convert pure steel into a beautiful product with suitable ergonomic design. Modernity and originality are two enduring and indispensable elements in our products design which, along with our adherence to and emphasize on the principles of “Lean Production Theory”, resulted in our position as The First Iranian Lean Brand in World Class reflect creditability and prestige for Iranians

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 Nab Attributes

We believe quality products and services constitute our business cornerstone to achieve customer satisfaction. Therefore, we are honored that our customers remind Nab Steel with certain attributes expressing originality, modernity, and prestige our Nab products.

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Unique appearance, high quality and creditability as the results of more than three decades of activity granted high prestige and influence to Nab Steel products.
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Manifestation of beauty and modernity in Nab Steel spoons and forks has made it an ideal choice for modern Iranian families.
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Originality is a basis for other Nab Steel values. Protecting brand originality has always been under focus of our company directors.

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How to set a table – the right way

5 March, 2022|Blog|

Table Setting

How to set a table used to be common knowledge, but in today’s fast and busy world, knowing how to set a table properly has become somewhat of a party trick. If you’ve been tasked with hosting an informal dinner party no worries, NabSteel has got you covered. Don’t let the copious amounts of cutlery, glassware and crockery confuse you, knowing how to set a table is easier than you might think!

Simply start with the basics and add to it from there:

  1. Utensils are placed in order of use
  2. Forks go to the left and knives go to the right of the plate
  3. Spoons go above
  4. Only set the table with utensils that will be used

What you’ll need for each person:

  • Cutlery – knives, forks and spoons
  • Crockery -plates, cups, saucers and bowls
  • Glassware – wines, Champagne, water etc.
  • Napkins
  • Tablecloths
  • Center pieces and decoration

So those are the basic rules, what follows is a more detailed guide on what goes where.


  • The plates should sit in the center of the place setting
  • The plate, napkin and cutlery should be places 1-2 inches away from the edge of the table
  • Forks are set to the left of the plate with prongs facing up and placed in order of use outside in.
  • The napkin should be placed to the left or underneath the fork alternatively it can be placed on the plate.
  • Knives are placed to right with the sharp blade facing the plate.
  • Soup spoons go to the right of the knives
  • Dessert forks and spoons should be placed above the plate with the fork tip pointing right and the spoon left.
  • Cheese knives should be brought out with the cheese course (if you’re having one)
  • Glassware should be set above and to the right of the dinner plate, in order of water glass, red wine, white wine from left to right.
  • Side plates go to the left.


For comfort you should try and leave 30cm between guests.

Only one plate must be on the table when guests arrive in your dining room. However, if you are serving a soup or an appetiser, place the soup plate or the dish for the starter onto the plate meant for the main course.

The butter dish should be placed to the left above the main plate, with a small plate and a small individual knife

Here’s an image that will help you picture how it should look.

The tablecloth

Finally before spreading the tablecloth, it’s a good idea to lay a fleece over the table so that if there is an accident your table underneath will be protected from stains. The fleece will also soften the noise of plates as you lay them on the table, the clink of glasses and it will even prevent wrinkles appearing on your tablecloth.

Tip: the tablecloth should be at least a foot below the top of the table. But be aware, if it can naturally fall lower, it should not fall to less than 6 inches above the ground, such as to avoid inconveniencing the feet of the guests.

These are the main rules that will allow you set a table without making any mistakes! But it is good to know that a table will not be impressive without the quality and beautiful services of a stainless steel cutlery. Do not miss visiting this special showcase.

Florence spoon and fork service

Palermo spoon and fork service

Imperial spoon and fork service

Venice spoon and fork service

Berlin spoon and fork service

Varian spoon and fork service

How to make cheesecake without oven

28 February, 2022|Blog|


It may seem unbelievable, but the history of the cake thing goes back four thousand years. The first traces of cake have been found on an island called Samos in the eastern Aegean. In ancient times, it was used as a cake or sweet in the wedding of nobles.

Properties of cheesecake

Cheese has a high nutritional value. It is rich in calcium, phosphorus protein and vitamins A and D. Cheese is easier to digest than milk. Milk can be a substitute for milk, especially for people who are allergic to lactose. The gelatin in this dessert moderates the fat and cholesterol of cream and butter to some extent. It also contains amino acids and helps to regenerate cells.

Complete instructions for refrigerated cheesecake things without the need for an oven

This is truly the most perfect and easy no-bake cheesecake. By following this no-bake cheesecake recipe, you’ll be gifted with a smooth and creamy dessert that sets up beautifully in the refrigerator. Unlike regular cheesecake, no-bake cheesecake isn’t overly heavy. It’s lightly sweet and perfectly refreshing! it’s a fantastic dessert when the weather’s warm or when your oven is crowded. Or when you don’t feel like baking.

No-bake cheesecake is a lot easier than baked cheesecake. Without eggs and baking, there is virtually ZERO room for error. Traditional cheesecake runs the risk of over-beating the eggs, over-baking, under-baking, and cheesecake cracking. And if you’re using a cheesecake water bath, which I always recommend, your springform pan could leak. With no-bake cheesecake, we’re essentially cutting every single complicated step!

Ingredients for making cheesecake without oven:

  • Cocoa or vanilla pie biscuits in a 200 g package
  • 200 g cream cheese
  • 200 grams of cream
  • Butter 150 grams
  • 100 grams of sugar
  • Gelatin powder one tablespoon
  • Vanilla a teaspoon

How to prepare a cheesecake without oven:

  1. First, prepare a 20 cm round mold. Cover the inside of the mold with cellophane or a freezer bag.
  2. Crush the biscuits and preferably grind them.
  3. Mix the crushed biscuits with the butter that has already reached room temperature. You will get a relatively soft dough.
  4. Spread this dough on the bottom of the mold and press it completely with a glass or palm and flatten it. So that it does not crack on the material. Place the mold in the refrigerator or freezer.
  5. Now it’s time to prepare a mixture of cream cheese with sugar and vanilla. Mix the three together and then add the cream.
  6. Mix jelly powder or gelatin with 4 tablespoons of cold water and then put it on steam until it is completely open and smooth.
  7. Add the prepared gelatin to the cheese mixture and beat with a mixer for 30 seconds until it is completely smooth and even.
  8. Take the rug out of the freezer or refrigerator and pour the prepared mixture on it. Put the mold back in the freezer.
  9. This is an extremely delicious ice cream cake ready to serve after three hours. After this time, take the cake out of the mold with the cellophane and carefully separate the cellophane and place it in the desired container. You can decorate the cake with a variety of fresh fruits.

If you are interested in baking easy and attractive desserts, do not miss the following recipes:

How to make Swiss pudding

How to prepare Italian dessert


27 February, 2022|Blog|

Stainless steel spoon and fork service is one of the most important kitchen equipment. This service has a complementary and coordinating role of other catering and serving utensils. Due to the fact that the spoon and fork service is one of those accessories that has been used for many years and today the price has increased, you should be very careful when buying it.

The importance of buying a spoon and fork service:

In general, we use spoons and forks for all meals, as well as for entertaining guests. We often prefer to provide simple or fancy services with normal quality for daily consumption and on hand so that we do not incur much cost. But most families often prefer to use a set of spoons, forks and knives at parties or tables for parties of more than 12 people or more to have a unique reception. Therefore, he must purchase a complete spoon and fork service.

Tips for buying spoon and fork service

This flatware buying guide will help you learn common terms related to commercial flatware so that you can make an educated decision and choose the right flatware best suited to your establishment. It’s important to know the differences between the various styles because, with all the different types of flatware available on the market, the decision-making process can become extremely overwhelming! Follow us to get acquainted with the tips for buying a spoon and fork service.

Important points of buying a spoon and fork service

Set your price range and quantity:

Determining how many settings you need and how much you want to spend is the first step to buying flatware.


Stainless steel flatware is available in four qualities:

  • 13/0
  • 18/0
  • 18/8
  • 18/10

These designations refer to the percentages of chromium and nickel in the stainless steel alloy. Chromium is used in stainless steel to provide durability as well as resist

stainless steel cutlery labelled as 18/10 has 18% chromium content and 10% nickel content. Alternatively, 18/0 graded flatware has 18% chromium content with zero nickel content 18/8 Contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel 0/13Contains 13% chromium and 0% nickel.

Most dinner and dessert knives are made with 13/0 stainless steel. This steel is ideal for blade forging to produce a sharp cutting surface, while still maintaining rust- and corrosion-resistance properties.

grades have their own advantages but to decide which one is best for your restaurant, you need to weigh up the facts regarding each:

18/10 and 18/8 graded cutlery

  • Rust resistant
  • High durability
  • Bright and glistening lustre finish
  • Greater cost

It should be noted that in the manufacture of all services of pure stainless steel spoons and forks such as Florence, Varian, Imperial, Berlin, Venice, Palermo and even the child model, 10/18 stainless steel has been used.

18/0 graded cutlery

  • Lower cost alternative
  • Can become stained
  • Softer shine


Take the magnet with you! Stainless steel does not absorb magnets in the presence of nickel. If you stick to a magnet, know that the service you are buying is not very good.

Balance and weight:

The perfect flatware should have a comfortable and balanced feel when held. The heavier the cutlery the more expensive it will seem and the more durable it should be. The formal style flatware is typically larger and heavier than average pieces and therefore more expensive hence mainly used in high priced fine dining restaurants. If you want a more economical choice then medium weighted items will be more affordable – although a little flimsier than heavy weight alternatives.

Match wisely:

It is recommended to lay any potential flatware choices out with your existing dinnerware in order to make sure that they are a perfect match before making any purchases. Some cutlery may seem like the ideal choice when viewing the pieces singularly, but once they are teamed with your dinnerware you may find that the styles are contrasting and contradictory to each other.

Shapes and number of packages:

Spoon and fork services are usually divided into bulk and console suitcases according to the type of packaging

Items in the spoon and fork service

Types of spoons that include:

  • spoon
  • soup spoon
  • Spoon of syrup
  • Teaspoon or coffee

Types of forks that include:

  • Dining fork
  • Salad fork
  • Dessert fork
  • Cypress fork

Types of knives that include:

  • Dining knife
  • Special knife for cutting butter and cheese
  • Cypress knife
  • Stick knife

Food service tools that include:

  • Spoon for soup and stew
  • Large spoon to pull food
  • Spatula for rice
  • Large fork for pulling food
  • Knife for cutting the cake and removing it
  • Spoon with round head for serving ice cream
  • Special ice pliers
  • Salad tongs
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