Destanee Fournier Frying Pan May 09th, 2017 - 09:01:03
They are part of life in all cultures around the world and have been passed from generations to generations. They`re mostly made of cast iron, tinned copper and aluminum. Just like in the old days, frying pans are used today in cooking basic dishes for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Am sure just like me, you`re all aware of unhealthy properties of food prepared in this manner but they`re incredibly delicious and irresistible.
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.
There are some that believe stainless steel frying pans are far superior to those with non-stick surfaces because they do not trust the non-stick materials. These are chemicals that could cook into your food, and they also tend to flake off after many uses, meaning you are eating bits of that non-stick material that is coming off of your pan. If you use stainless steel, you are using something that has been used safely for generations in cooking. You can feel better about the meals you prepare in these pans. They are harder to clean, but you deserve the best for your body.
The basic pan varieties are made from: Stainless Steel, Cast (Iron or Aluminum), Aluminum (regular or Hard Anodized) and Copper. A good solution when it comes to cookware is the combination between materials- such as the three layer Stainless Steel cookers, where the outer layers are a hard, resistant Stainless Steel yet the middle layer is a heat conducting, efficient, Copper or Aluminum layer.