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Rohais Belrose Frying Pan May 09th, 2017 - 09:18:55
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.
Most pans do not have a lid, if one is important for you- consider buying a sauté pan that will have a lid but, will probably be a bit wider and deeper than a frying pan. A glass lid is comfortable for looking in on the food, but it limits the temperature resistance of the pan (in case you would like to place it in an oven), as do handle materials such as wood or Bakelite. If putting the pan in the oven is something you do often when cooking, consider a frying pan that has a lid and handle from the same materials as the body (easily found in Stainless Steel, which offers the ability to place in an oven as hat as you like for as long as you like).
As electricity became more widely available, the electric frying pan still did not really become a popular kitchen appliance because it was easier to cook with a conventional frying pan on the stove than locate your electric frying pan at the back of the cupboard and find somewhere to plug it in.
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.