Whatever type of non-stick frying pan you choose, the primary focus should be on performance and durability. Cookware brands are creating innovative non-stick pans with reinforced bottoms made from different kinds of aluminium. Some of the best non-stick frying pans that feature new technology have even more to offer.
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Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick
The Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick 13-inch fry pan has a hard-anodised exterior of heavy-gauge aluminium and a non-stick interior for fast clean-up and low-fat cooking. This durable pan is designed for all styles of cooking and techniques. The two-loop handles offer convenience when cooking on the hob or in the oven. It has long handles that stay cool, and a glass cover to let you see what's cooking.
Calphalon Simply Nonstick Jumbo Fryer
The Calphalon Simply Nonstick jumbo 12-inch fryer is constructed for performance and durability. With two layers of non-stick coating, it is deep enough for hot-oil frying, cooking stews or baking an oven casserole. Made with medium-gauge, hard-anodised aluminium, it has effortless food release and offers easy cleanup. The jumbo fryer comes with a tempered glass lid.
All-Clad Nonstick Fry Pan
The All-Clad non-stick 12-inch fry pan features a professional grade non-stick surface. It is durable with a contemporary design that includes a thick core of aluminium and three-ply bonded construction for even heat distribution. Long stay-cool handles with an ergonomic thumb indentation provides a comfortable grip.
Elite by Circulon Deep Skillet
The Circulon Elite line offers a 12-inch deep skillet made with hard anodised construction and an advanced non-stick formula. Exclusive to Circulon is a total food release system, which allows even cooking using a high-to-low wave technology with no hot spots. Features include a tempered glass lid with stainless rims and handles made of slipfree silicone and stainless steel.
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