Rohais Belrose Frying Pan May 09th, 2017 - 09:21:55
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).
You love to spend time in the kitchen, but you`ve been thinking, "This could be a lot more fun if these pots and pans were easier to clean". Like, just this morning, you put on the scrambled eggs and though they turned out OK, it would have been nice if you could have gotten all of them out of the pan. Then later when you were into the cleanup, you realized life could be a little sweeter if those pans were not such a choir to clean. If any of this sounds familiar, this may be why you are wondering about a non stick version of the All Clad pan. These pans have a great reputation for even heat across the entire surface. You`ve heard about the quality and you know that All Clad is the pan you would prefer. Now the only question is, "Can I buy one of these pans in a non stick version"?
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?"
The other important aspect to consider is the material. Cast iron is popular material, but the fad in cookware industry is stainless steel and aluminum. Stainless steel pans are economical and do not corrode easily. Though, aluminum pans will heat quickly and uniformly, it can react with acidic food - if not covered properly. In the contemporary scenario, teflon is preferred by a large segment of buyers. The non-stick material is affordable and very easy to clean. Still, teflon also does have a drawback. You need to handle it with much care, as scorched surface exhumes toxic fumes.