Destanee Fournier Frying Pan May 09th, 2017 - 08:59:54
Considering all the frustration and hard work it takes to clean up those pans after dinner, not to mention the wear and tear on your poor hands, you have probably thought about purchasing a nonstick frying pan. But, how much do they cost? You may not be willing to shell out an entire paycheck on one pan; -- I don`t blame you! Other than price, another thing you should be looking at is quality. Nonstick frying pans are available in a wide range of quality levels. So, let`s investigate further, "Are these pans pricey or cost effective?"
I do have a particular favorite and that is the traditional cast iron frying pan. What I love about my cast iron frying pan is that it gets better with age. I learned that this material will rust if washed too much by ruining an antique one owned by my wife. I simply wipe mine with a paper towel after each use. This classic frying pan is a favorite among seasoned cooks.
Today we have nonstick pans and electric skillets, which are round or square. You can also get electric woks. These pans range from twelve to eighteen inches in diameter. Electric pans are a timesaver and they do not fill your kitchen with smoke. They are easy to use. You just have to plug it in and turn the heat up or down. Most models have a low, medium, and high setting but some of the newer ones also have a "keep warm" setting.
Today, the structure of this pan is incredible, it gradually accumulates and spread heat which guarantees a well cooked meal. In fact, a combination of Aluminum and Teflon makes this amazing model. Traditional ones which were made of cast iron compared to today`s stainless steel pans. We should all be thankful to the technological advancements.