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 Guide to Choosing a Frying Pan 
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Guide to Choosing a Frying Pan
by: Janey Robinson





No matter where you are, a skillet is a helpful tool for preparing meals. You don't need to be a genius in the kitchen to use it. It comes handy in many situations. You can use it to prepare a meal or create sauces quickly. With so many uses, it is important to choose the right skillet for the job. This article offers some tips to choose from many different types and brand of skillets.

On the top of the list is usefulness. Do you want something portable? Maybe sometimes you want to cook without a cooking stove. What are you going to use it for? Just by starting with a few questions will narrow down the amount of choices tremendously. For example, if portability is important, electric skillet is more suitable for you.

You can use it anywhere you want as long as there is an electric outlet nearby. Also very convenient for outdoor use. Constantly worrying about the level of burner is now part of the past. You can be sure that your food is ready and warm when you want it. Due to its size, many people who have concern about space tend to choose it.

Next thing is the lid feature. Glass lid enables you to check the food anytime without constantly pulling off the lid. That means it doesn't lose any heat. No need to guess whether it's time to season now or two minutes later. Fold-down stand and heat resistant are two other important features for the lid.

The materials and construction method also very greatly. Cast iron is still popular, but now most pans use aluminium and stainless steel. The latter is not as good head conductor. However, stainless products tend to last longer because they do not corrode easily. As a better conductor, aluminium can heat quicker but it needs to have nonstick covering to prevent acidic food reaction.

Teflon pans are popular. For certain foods, you don't even need to grease the skillet upfront. You can find Teflon skillets with varying prices. Cleaning is also easy with these pans. When using Teflon pan, you should be aware of this, though. Always handle them carefully and avoid any scraping and scorching. Scraped Teflon is very toxic.

Finally, for some people, design is not something to be taken lightly. Modern skillet is attractive enough that it does support the kitchen interior design. It may also be a good idea to choose a model that has a rack storage.

You can browse through a few dozens of choices quickly just by hooking up to the Internet. It does save time but care should be taken because not all sites offer the best deal. Not to mention that you cannot trust every review that you find online.

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