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The frying pan - next to cooking pots, the most frequently used accessory in the kitchen - is used to prepare simple dishes such as scrambled eggs or pancakes, but also complex dishes such as paella or risotto. You can use it to fry a steak, braise vegetables, make French toast...

And a well-equipped kitchen should have at least two pans: a steel pan for fast, high-temperature frying, e.g. of chops, and a cast-iron a cast iron frying pan for gently frying vegetables or poultry. It is also worth having a versatile wok in the cupboard, in which we can prepare stir-fry dishes, braise vegetables and even cook soup. If you are a fan of pancakes, you will need a special flat pan for pancakes. On the other hand grill pans are ideal for preparing steaks. Among the traditional pans with coating, the most popular are ceramic pans - which are extremely scratch-resistant.

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NewCaprera Sauté pan 28 cm green with lid

£ 82.60

Caprera Sauté pan 28 cm green with lid

Ballarini
NewCaprera Deep frying pan 28 cm blue

£ 82.60

Caprera Deep frying pan 28 cm blue

Ballarini
Wmf Crepe pan

£ 58.94

Wmf Crepe pan

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    Wmf Crepe pan

    £ 58.94

    Wmf Crepe pan

    WMF
Mami 3.0 Grill pan

£ 118.28

Mami 3.0 Grill pan

Alessi
Classic Crepe pan

£ 102.51

Classic Crepe pan

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    Classic Crepe pan

    £ 102.51

    Classic Crepe pan

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Eva Trio Copper Line Deep dish frying pan

£ 173.48

Eva Trio Copper Line Deep dish frying pan

Eva Solo
Scanpan Impact Pan with lid and handle

£ 72.35

Scanpan Impact Pan with lid and handle

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Nordic Kitchen Deep dish frying pan

£ 78.06

Nordic Kitchen Deep dish frying pan

Eva Solo
Natural Selection Crepe pan hearts

£ 131.09

Natural Selection Crepe pan hearts

Skeppshult
Eva Trio Copper Line Pan

£ 134.44

Eva Trio Copper Line Pan

Eva Solo
Scanpan Pro IQ Pan deep

£ 216.84

Scanpan Pro IQ Pan deep

Scanpan
Skeppshult Cast iron skillet

£ 122.02

Skeppshult Cast iron skillet

Skeppshult
Haptiq Pan deep 26 cm with lid

£ 248.19

Haptiq Pan deep 26 cm with lid

Scanpan
Classic Grill pan deep

£ 125.97

Classic Grill pan deep

Scanpan
Base Pan 24 cm steel

£ 70.77

Base Pan 24 cm steel

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Scanpan Impact Pan serving

£ 149.82

Scanpan Impact Pan serving

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A good frying pan is one of the essential items of equipment in any kitchen. We can choose from ceramic pans ceramic pans, steel pans, copper pans or cast iron pans. Fat-free frying pans or a frying pan with a detachable handle are other available types of this indispensable kitchen equipment. In addition, a different pan is needed for frying delicious pancakes, a different one for grilling chicken or preparing Asian dishes. There is no shortage of frying pans, but which is the best? We are convinced that the following overview will help you decide on the ideal product.

Which frying pan to buy?

A frying pan is an accessory you can hardly do without in the kitchen. The wide range can make your head spin. Ceramic frying pan, copper frying pan, aluminium frying pan, steak pan Egg pan or ovenproof pan These are just a few of the suggestions. Therefore, before making a particular choice, it is important to consider which features the pan should have and which foods you want to cook in it. When buying a frying pan, it is worth considering the material, type of coating and intended use.

Cast iron pan, aluminium pan, copper pan... Discover all the different types of pan!

Frying pans can be divided up according to the material they are made of. Which types of pans can be found in FormAdore?

Ceramic frying pans

What is the healthiest pan? One that is safe for our health and the environment and does not emit any harmful compounds during frying. Certainly a pan with a coating made from a combination of minerals and clay fired at very high temperatures, i.e. a ceramic coating, is one of the best pans on the market. This coating does not react with any of the food ingredients and therefore does not affect the taste or smell of the food being prepared.Frying pans with ceramic-coated pans heat up evenly and retain heat for a long time, but it is important to remember that they mustnotbe subjected to rapid changes in temperature, as this could damage them. It is also worth noting that a ceramic pan is a non-stickpan which is highly scratch-resistant.

Cast iron pans

Heavy, durable and long-lasting, cast iron pans do not have any additional coating. They are made exclusively from natural materials and are characterised by their resistanceto both scratching and damage of all kinds. A cast iron pan conducts heat perfectly, i.e. it heats evenly and maintains the desired temperature of the food for a long time. In addition, the material cast iron has a high resistance to high temperatures , so that this type of pan can also be used in the oven.

Copper pans

The copper pan is probably the most designer and elegant of all the models on the market. However, this is certainly not its only advantage. Copper is an excellent conductor of heat - it heats up instantly and distributes heat evenly, which allows food to be prepared more quickly. It should be added, however, that the best copper pans have a high-quality coating on the inside to prevent the food coming into direct contact with the copper. This is because copper reacts with acidic products, which changes the taste of the food.

Steel pans

Looking for an indestructible pan that resists scratches, dents or rusting? Here it is - a stainless steel pan that is completely safe for your health and slowly releases the accumulated heat, so that the food cooked on it stays warm for a long time. A steel pan is the best pan for frying meat.

Aluminium pans

Aluminium pans are lightweight, handy and conduct heat very well . When choosing this type of pan, care should be taken to ensure that it has a special scratch-resistant coating which is free of harmful compounds.

Which pan is best for pancakes and which for eggs? Division of pans according to their purpose

When you are faced with the choice of a frying pan, you have to consider not only the material of its construction, durability and resistance to various damages, but also its purpose. In FormAdore, in addition to the typical, classic frying pans, you will also find pans adapted for the preparation of particular types of food.

Pancake pan

Pancake pans are characterised by their specific design - they have low walls, so that turning the pancakes on the other side should not cause anyone any problems. In addition, the pancake pan heats up very quickly and has a non-stick coating, allowing very thin pancakes to be fried with very little fat. The pancake pan is a piece of equipment that should not be missing from the kitchen of a lover of this delicacy. It is also the ideal frying pan for omelettes.

Grill pan

Grill pans allow you to prepare healthy and tasty dishes. This fat-free frying pan has a special corrugated bottom, which reduces the absorption of fat into the dish, thus enabling us to prepare meals that are easy to digest and less calorific.

Wok frying pan

The best pan for preparing Asian dishes? Obviously a wok pan, i.e. a a deep frying panwith a specially shaped bottom, which allows you to prepare tasty and aromatic rice, chicken and vegetable dishes or stir-fried noodles with a minimum of fat. The wok pan is the ideal equipment for the express cooking of dishes that require very vigorous stirring and even shaking, which is possible thanks to the high walls. In addition, deep wok pans are excellent at retaining hot steam, so that the food becomes soft faster and is very juicy.

Egg and pancake pan

The egg and pancake frying pan has indentations so that the pancakes or eggs are cooked in the same way and in the same size . The frying pan for fried eggs or fluffy pancakes is available in several versions. In addition to pans with classic discs, you will also find the best pan for frying pancakes in the shape of hearts, smiley faces or snowflakes .

Frying pan for induction

If you have an induction hob, you need to check that the pan you choose is suitable for this type of cooker. This is because a pan for induction has a bottom made of ferromagnetic material, and only such a pan will be detected by induction. The best induction frying pan? An excellent example of this type of equipment is, for example WMF frying pan or Fissler frying pan.

Do you already know which pan set should be in your kitchen? It will certainly come in handy a small frying pan and a large frying pan 32 cm, a frying pan with lid as well as a frying pan for frying meat, pancakes, eggs or grilling. The choice is really big. We are convinced that you will find everything you need at FormAdore!

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