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    Default Electric fry pan

    I bought a $30 electric frypan from K-mart and used it heaps, it was so great for stewy type stuff and stirfires. I have now upgraded to a breville thermo frypan with more even heat and I am still using it a lot. It's so good for browning meat. Anyone else re-discovered the electric frypan?

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    I use one almost every night! Have always had one, they are just so easy to cook with.

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    Yes we use our electric fry-pan a fair bit too. I tend to cook our meat on it or if I don't have enough room on the stove I'll use that as well.


 

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