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    Default Recommend me a fry pan please!

    I’m in need of new fry pan. I’m having no luck with them over the past few years. We have one we don’t mind. I’ve tried a few different brand and just hate them! Worst one in recent years was a scan pan one. Everything would stick!

    I’m willing to pay what I have to for something that works.

    So please let me know your favourite ones and I can look into them

    We have gas cooking at the moment if that helps!

    Thanks x

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    Nonstick - Swiss Diamond
    Stainless steel - All Clad

    Check out Peter’s of Kensington for good prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    Nonstick - Swiss Diamond
    Stainless steel - All Clad

    Check out Peter’s of Kensington for good prices.
    Thanks!!

    Oh I have heard of Peters of Kensington thanks!

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    CTX range by scanpan are very good across all types of stoves. We have a black scanpan that has a Swiss symbol on it and it has been destroyed by our gas cooktop

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    CTX range by scanpan are very good across all types of stoves. We have a black scanpan that has a Swiss symbol on it and it has been destroyed by our gas cooktop
    Thanks! The last scan pan one I had was quite a few years ago so I’d imagine things have gotten better lol

    Maybe that was what happened with my last one. I’ve had gas cooktops for quite a few years now.

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    Subbing. I keep buying budget fry pans that are wrecked after 6 months of use. Ready to spend more for something decent.

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    I got a cast iron chasseur frypan for Xmas.
    I didn’t realise I needed to season it first and the first time I used it (pancakes) it was a horrible mess!
    But now that I’ve seasoned it properly, I can honestly say it’s the best frypan I’ve owned.
    It’s great on my induction cook top.
    And it’s duck egg blue like all my other kitchen stuff so I love it more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIKE A BOSS View Post
    I got a cast iron chasseur frypan for Xmas.
    I didn’t realise I needed to season it first and the first time I used it (pancakes) it was a horrible mess!
    But now that I’ve seasoned it properly, I can honestly say it’s the best frypan I’ve owned.
    It’s great on my induction cook top.
    And it’s duck egg blue like all my other kitchen stuff so I love it more!
    Thanks!

    What do u mean season it? Oh man maybe I have been doing things wrong my whole life or could be because I’ve never owned a cast iron pan before lol

    Oh duck egg blue! pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Thanks!

    What do u mean season it? Oh man maybe I have been doing things wrong my whole life or could be because I’ve never owned a cast iron pan before lol

    Oh duck egg blue! pretty!!
    There’s a few different ways. The simplest I found was to wash the brand new pan (or in my case after pancake mess) in hot soapy water. Dry thoroughly.
    Put the pan on medium heat. Add about a teaspoon of oil, let it heat up. Then rub the oil into the pan (cooking surface and up the sides) with paper towel. Get another piece of paper towel and rub a bit more to remove any excess oil. Turn off the stove, let it cool right down and put it away.
    Then it’s good to go. But avoid soaking the pan, and avoid using detergent on the pan and never put it in the dishwasher.
    After using it either wipe clean or you can use warm water and a sponge or brush but no soap.
    My pan is essentially non stick now!
    There might be better ways. You can do it in your oven, or multiple times. Others might know a better way.
    But we have no more pancake disasters!

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    Got one of these for my partner who loves cooking
    Comes pre seasoned has been amazing
    They seem to be on special at the moment and come in a range of sizes
    http://www.kitchenwarehouse.com.au/L...n-Skillet-30cm


 

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