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non-stick frying pan

This is a discussion on non-stick frying pan within the Cooking discussion forum, part of the Food and Cooking Forums category; I'm thinking of buying a non-stick frying pan, preferably with lid. I know tefal is a good brand but it's ...

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    Imperial Concubine DodoTan's Avatar
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    non-stick frying pan

    I'm thinking of buying a non-stick frying pan, preferably with lid. I know tefal is a good brand but it's so expensive. Is it worth it? Is it durable? I also saw this 'green pan' on the asian food channel. AFC Network Pte Ltd
    Does anyone have this? Is it good? Which should I buy?

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    Re: non-stick frying pan


    I used to have non-stick pans and food cooks beautifully in them with little oil. However I was uncomfortable with the coating that would come off over time. I felt then and still do feel that it is healthier to cook using regular stainless steel pans.

    Yes, my food may not look as appealing as it did before but I have become creative in cooking dishes with less oil. You might want to invest in such cokking utensils.

    Just my two cents. Let me know what you decide.

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    Re: non-stick frying pan

    personally prefer those $20+ non stick frying pans. those with thinner base and pretty big with lid.

    i've got tefal thermo spot non stick pans but dont't quite like it.
    true enough the food does not looks appealing.
    and dont't have those nice 'chao ta' smell. hehe
    and it seems to take a longer time to cook.

    i think i will appreciate pots better than frying pans for these ranges for easy cleaning and for it's durability.

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    Re: non-stick frying pan

    for non-stick pans i only go for tefal....think there are some ranged betw $29.90 or $39.90 ones.

    and i only use them to fry sunnyside ups.

    other than that not much use.......like what lisa said theres no 'chao ta' taste....

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