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Great frying pans are indispensable in any kitchen

A fry pan is indispensable in any kitchen. Would you like to buy a good frying pan? Then you are with us. 

We have the best fry pans of the well-known brands like Le Creuset, Fissler, the Buyer, Fiskars and Demeyere in stock. A good frying pan is essential for preparing a good piece of meat or fish, and is easy to use. That is why we have also frying pans with cold grip handles. So if you are looking for a good frying pan, knivesandtools is the right choice for you.

Ceramic frying pan

A Ceramic frying pan is a frying pan with a layer of ceramic material on the inside. A pan with a good ceramic coating ensures that you need less fat to fry. Less oil or butter. In addition, a pan with ceramic coating is a lot easier to clean because things don’t stick to it as much. A ceramic pan can handle very high temperatures, where an "old-fashioned" non-stick layer cannot.

Non-stick coating in your frying pan or not?

Not every frying pan has a non-stick coating or teflon layer. Professional pans rarely have such a layer. This is because with the right techniques you don’t really need such a layer. A pan without non-stick coating makes for a nicer color on your piece of meat. In the beginning it may seem as if your product sticks to the pan a little. This only takes a moment, until a crust forms on the product. It automatically separates from the surface of the pan, giving you a better and more delicious result. A traditional non-stick coating cannot take the heat as well as a modern ceramic coating can.


Protect your frying pans

Good pans are valuable. The main reason being the materials from which they were made and the way the heat is conducted. Top-quality pans will last a lifetime provided they are maintained properly. This also includes storing the pans after use. You can damage your pans by haphazardly stacking them in your kitchen cabinets, something which, unfortunately, happens a lot.