Cuisinart Chef’s Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized SkilletOn October 27, 2017 by 101administrativeprofessionalsday
In the market for a new skillet? Not really sure where to start? Head over to have a look at more options if needs be. Love Cuisinart products and want to know more about this one? Well, we love Cuisinart too. Lets have a more in depth look, shall we?
Whilst you might not think there’s a massive deal between different frying pans and skillets, it’s important that you invest in the right one for you. What size do you need? Will a 10 inch skillet be enough, or should you invest in a 14 inch skillet for when you’re entertaining? Do you need a glass cover for your skillet?
- Includes glass cover – If you think that you’ll never use the lid for your skillet, then you’re missing out. Using a skillet with a glass lid is a great way to cook scalloped potatoes and other starchy foods. It’s also really handy for any recipe that calls for Mediterranean veggies, like your onions or peppers.
- Pretty lightweight – Being made from hard adonized aluminium as opposed to cast iron, this actually makes this skillet pretty light. This is definitely an advantage if you’re looking for a skillet that’s easily portable, or if you’ll be using it often.
- It feels solid – Unlike some frying pans, this one feels extremely solid when you’re holding it. It feels well built, and unlikely to warp.
- It isn’t suitable for use on an induction cooker – Whilst this might not matter to you if you don’t use an induction cooker, it almost rules this pan out if you do use one. Don’t worry; there’s plenty of and that will suit your induction cooker.
We like this frying pan far more than some of the other frying pans that are available right now. Due to its plain appearance, it will blend into any kitchen with ease and is sure to come in handy.