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Is There A Non-Stick Skillet That Actually Works??!!

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    I looked at some ceramic coated skillets today. Not teflon. Ceramic. Those should be great. They were $15.00. I'm tempted.

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    I use an electric skillet by Hamilton Beach BUT I really do prefer a good cast iron skillet. 7CEF48D7-25CF-4D09-9CF5-330F266F59E6.jpg



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    Itís got a 5 year warranty.

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    I guess I'm in the minority when it comes to cast-iron skillets. I have a few; some that I inherited from my mom so those have been around a while. I have never liked cooking in them; they are heavy and keeping them seasoned is a PITA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmdog44 View Post
    Skillets come pre-seasoned. I goofed by scrubbing one of my skillets with metal and it removed the non-stick layer.
    High-end skillets do NOT come pre-seasoned. NEVER scrub metal with metal.

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    I inherited my grandma's cast iron skillets, in which she created masterpieces of fried chicken, pork chops, and crispy fried potatoes. Nothing ever stuck for her. I've used them on occasion over the years and EVERYTHING sticks. I think I just don't have the "hand" for frying things in iron skillets.

    Now, I do use her 1921 cast iron Dutch oven once a week or so. That thing works like a charm.
    If we're ever in a situation where I am "the voice of reason", then we are in a very, very bad situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmdog44 View Post
    I also need to carry a straight edge with me to check for a flat surface instead of a curved surface so the eggs don't run to the rims of the pans when I crack them. So far the best ones out there are TRamontins but it is aluminum so it won't work with induction heat. All-Clad and T-Fal are highly ranked but T-Fal is made in China.
    Crack the eggs into Silicon rings .No run. Cover the pan. Add a bit of water for steam and the eggs cook sunny side up.

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