can this be used on Induction cooktops?
Tutto Chef Dimple Nonstick Fry Pan
Get the beauty of a stainless-steel frying pan and the versatility of nonstick with this fabulous pan from Lorenzo. The dimpled cooking surface creates air pockets that make food slide right off the pan. A lid is included with the pan for simmering.
ITEM#: 13069903Create consistently great meals with this Tutto Chef Dimple nonstick fry pan. This fry pan features a Tri ply construction, solid riveted handle, and dimple technology that traps in and releases air during cooking to create a non-stick surface.
- Construction: Tri-ply
- Surface: Nonstick
- Materials: 18/10 Stainless steel
- Lid material: Tempered glass
- Handle attachment: Riveted
- Care instructions: Dishwasher-safe, hand wash recommended
- Finish: Mirror
- Oven-safe to: 500 degrees
- Measures 12 inches in diameter x 3.5 inches deep
- Dimple technology traps in air and releases during cooking for a virtually non-stick cooking surface
- No coating that will scratch and alter food taste over time
- 18/10 stainless steel with 3 ply bottom: Stainless steel / aluminum / stainless steel
|Material||Aluminum Glass Stainless Steel Steel|
|Product Features||Includes Lid Non-Stick Surface|
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EVERYTHING STICKS! NOT non-stick. Harder to clean than plain stainless steel. I should have sent them back but I had to use it to find this out. Go with the standard stainless if you are trying to avoid the teflon.Read More
I really like this frying pan for its stainless steel and size. The dimples in the bottom of the pan is nice to have for washing, but food can still stick in it when frying. It is sturdy but light enough to easily handle. It does cook evenly. Be sure to keep the burner on medium or medium high and not on high when frying. It does not require high heat to cook and not recommended. The value of this frying pan is very good. I searched quite a few sites before purchasing.Read More
I ordered this skillet to go with the set of Pots and Pans that I had ordered as the set did not have aq large skillet. It goes with the set so very well. It heats evenly and fast on medium heat. The cleaning of it is so EASY for which I am very thankful. It also washes up great in the dish washer although I usually just wash it up in the sink. The only thing I don't like is that water collects under the knob if it is left in water which only happened once and once I found that I make sure I do not leave it submerged. For anyone wanting a larger skillet I would highly recommend this one!!!Read More
We were looking for a frying pan to replace our old pan whose non-stick coating was almost entirely worn off. We wanted a good quality pan that would last for a long time and one that had a lid. We found this pan while searching on the internet and all of the reviews were positive. This pan arrived on time and was just as advertised. It has performed well and we are very happy with the quality.Read More
Great size, low sides. Nice to see the food cooking. It cleans up well with a scratch free sponge. I like to use Pam spray when cooking in it. Be careful not to use high heat. Will like it better when we get the hang of making pancakes in it.Read More
I have the 10" and 12" "dimpled" skillets. I have to eat gluten free and organic when possible. This includes a way of life that excludes introducing any unnecessary chemicals possible, including non-stick cookware, so I rely on good ole stainless steel. The dimples work exceptionally well, allowing browning resulting in drippings for delicious gravies and sauces. It is possible to burn food and it does stick slightly if too high heat is used. However, soaking for a short period of time results in perfect and easy clean up. I wish there were pieces other than the skillets. I LOVE THIS COOKWARE!Read More
Questions & Answers
Yes, it should work well with induction cooktops.
How to Break in a Stainless Steel Frying Pan
Unlike cast-iron fry pans, stainless steel fry pans do not need to be seasoned before use; and unlike nonstick fry pans, you will need to use oil to avoid food sticking to the surface of your stainless steel fry pan and even then, some food will still stick. While these facts might seem like disadvantages, they're actually the reasons why many cooks prefer to use stainless steel fry pans. High-quality stainless steel cookware may not be the best for cooking things like eggs, but for the most flavorful searing of fish, meat, and vegetables, stainless steel fry pans are unrivaled. The following steps will teach you how break in your stainless steel fry pan before each use.
Best Pots and Pans
Choosing cookware for your kitchen comes down to what you like to eat. Think about the recipes that you and your family enjoy, and make sure you have the right pot or pan to prepare them. You can cover most needs with a cookware set, but if you won't use all the pieces in the set, that might not be the right choice for you. If you're buying each piece separately, then use this guide as your shopping list.
Best Reasons to Buy Cookware Sets
If you're shopping for pots and pans, you'll need to decide if you want to buy a set or buy them individually. While many chefs prefer to shop for individual pieces, there are several reasons why you would choose to buy a cookware set for your kitchen. If any of these situations sound like yours, then buying a set is for you.
Stainless Steel Cookware Care
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How to Care for Nonstick Cookware
If you're looking for a way to make your food healthier, then nonstick cookware might be for you. It has a special coating that can make your cooking healthier by reducing the amount of fat and oil you need to use in your cooking. A nonstick coating also makes it easier to clean your pots and pans, and it's the best way to cook delicate food, like eggs. However, improper care can ruin the nonstick coating, which causes foods to stick, makes cleaning more difficult, and reduces the life span of your cookware.
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Seasoning is a process in which you prepare a pan or other cookware before you use it for the first time. When you season stainless steel pots and pans, you are filling the pores of the pan's surface with carbonized oil, which blocks the oxidation process and therefore keeps the cookware from rusting or pitting. In addition, seasoning helps to prevent food from sticking to the pan. The following steps will teach you how to season and protect your stainless steel pots and pans, so they will last longer and work better.
How to Buy a Skillet
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Cookware Buying Guide
When you're shopping for the right cookware it's all about the metal, because that is the vehicle that delivers heat to food. Before you shop for any pots and pans, consider the different types of metals and their benefits.
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How to Buy Cookware
The key to buying the best cookware is first considering your needs. In order to get the most from your pots and pans, think about everything from your preferred methods of cooking to your desire to spend time keeping it clean. Keep these tips in mind as you shop for cookware.
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How to Cook With a Griddle
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Green Kitchen Buying Guide
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