Destanee Fournier Frying Pan May 09th, 2017 - 09:00:57
Cooking in your home can cause the whole home to get hot in a hurry. It can cause you to eat out more than you should. There are options which will allow you to cook the dishes that you want to cook without having to heat up the whole home. One of the best tools to do this with is the electric frying pan. Not only will you be able to save your home from getting hot by cooking. You will also save the price associated with buying a new cooktop.
Nowadays there are alternatives to the non-stick pans. These are available in the form of blue steel pans. Blue steel pans are basically untreated mild steel. The best feature is that these are inexpensive and offer you good results so that they have a longer life and can also be used in combination with the metal utensils. They need to be handled with proper care and also require to be seasoned carefully before these are used.
A company called Sunbeam produced an automatic frying pan in 1953 and this cast aluminum, square shaped pan had a built-in element to heat the pan. There were heat controls on the handles. A stainless steel version was launched in 1954. The pans enjoyed some popularity in the 1970s because it could cook everything from roasts to stews and casseroles, as well as basic fried foods.
If you want to roast meat for two people, you will need a medium sized electric frying pan. You will need a three to four pound roast, some chopped carrots and onions and some seasonings. The first thing to do is add a few tablespoons of cooking oil to the electric frying pan. Set the temperature on the pan to 400 degrees F and let the oil warm up. Season your beef with salt, black pepper and any other herbs or spices you want to use. Carefully lower the meat into the electric frying pan and watch out, in case the oil spatters a bit. Brown the meat on every side.