Destanee Fournier Frying Pan May 09th, 2017 - 09:03:43
Have you ever ordered French toast in a restaurant and they bring out these delicious looking slices, perfectly cooked and browned just right? You don`t even want to think about the last time you tried this at home and what a disaster it was when you finished scraping them off the surface of your pan. Ever consider what makes the big difference? That restaurant is no doubt using a high quality non stick cooking surface and you can accomplish this same outcome by simply switching to a non stick frying pan. You won`t believe the difference it will make in the pride and the pleasure in your cooking.
You can also pick stainless steel frying pans which have a good appearance but do not conduct much of the heat unless they include a sandwich of aluminium or copper in the base. While cooking you would require paying a lot of attention since the food stuff can also stick and burn. Hence you need to take a lot of care that you do not overdo things.
Anyone that spends a little time cooking for family and/or friends will tell you that it is absolutely vital that you have a good pan to fry with. One of the most recommended pans is the All-Clad 12" fry pan with lid. Those that recommend this particular pan include both professional cooks and normal, everyday people. It doesn`t matter if you are going to be cooking fried tofu or scrambled eggs this pan will get the job done!
A word about non-stick coatings: some are sold as naturally manufactured and "Green", but there have been voices saying they are a bit less efficient, than older versions of the non-stick coating. Generally, if the coat is unscratched, and pan is used according to manufacturer`s instructions, you can, in my opinion, use any non stick coat without compromising your health, but taking environmental factor into consideration- does sometimes mean we make an effort today to assure a brighter tomorrow, even selecting cookware is not always just about efficiency. Make sure to use non metallic spoons with all non-stick coatings, and store carefully so the coat will not scratch, and it will last longer. But remember: a coat, no matter how good, is still an external coat, and not the material itself, and it will eventually, at some point in the future, wear off.