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Frying Pans & Skillets
Fill your kitchen with delicious food made from a the best frying pans and cast iron skillets.

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Skillet with Assist Handle Skillet with Assist Handle
 4 stars
Haven't used it yet but quality over all looks good
- mike in green bay, WI

Rachael Ray 12.5” Skillet Rachael Ray 12.5” Skillet
 5 stars
Perfect size for cooking an entire meal. Handle is comfortable to grip.
- Robyn in King george, VA

Spirit Thermolon Nonstick Skillet Spirit Thermolon Nonstick Skillet
 5 stars
This skillet has been the perfect addition to our cookware cabinet. The surface is great quality non-stick and feels durable no matter what you're cooking. The weight of the pan is great, too!
- Kara in Boston, MA

Unison Saucier Set Unison Saucier Set
 5 stars
Unison is my top choice for pans because it can go in the dishwasher. The saucier has the interior finish for searing and the fry pan interior is for non-stick frying. good sizes, dishwasher safe,
- Luayne in Forest grove, OR

Stainless Steel Nonstick Fry Pan Stainless Steel Nonstick Fry Pan
 5 stars
These are the greatest set of pots and pans. Thank you for always making shopping easy and hassle free
- Bonnie in Fort Mill, SC

Stainless Steel Nonstick French Skillet Stainless Steel Nonstick French Skillet
 5 stars
Like this skillet for fixing eggs for my husband. It is light and cooks evenly. Great finish and size. None
- Dinah in Knoxville, TN

Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 10" Crepe Pan Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 10" Crepe Pan
 5 stars
Just what I was looking for and the price is great. Very Happy!!!!! Great value, great product. Cant think of one!
- Margaret in Fairfield, CT

Porcelain II Non-Stick Skillet Porcelain II Non-Stick Skillet
 5 stars
I use this pan daily; it's perfect for cooking small meals when you don't need a big skillet. Easy to clean and color is nice. (optional) Example: Great value, easy assembly, durable
- Gwendolyn in Hackensack, NJ

Contempo 2-Piece Non-Stick Skillet Set Contempo 2-Piece Non-Stick Skillet Set
 5 stars
truly non-stick - you can just wipe it clean - awesome - glad I bought them (optional) Example: Great value, easy assembly, durable finish (optional) Example: Not enough color options
- Nancy in Orange, CT

Stainless Steel 2-Piece Fry Pan Set Stainless Steel 2-Piece Fry Pan Set
 5 stars
These are beautiful pans. Nice heavy weight. Great price. Matches well with the other pots and pans I already have. Exactly what I was looking for.
- Jessie in Lansing, MI

14" Nonstick Skillet with Helper Handle 14" Nonstick Skillet with Helper Handle
 5 stars
This skillet is so big, you can cook four steaks or large chicken breasts. The nonstick surface is perfect. I even cooked cheese In it without any problems. The cleanup is a snap.
- Lisa in Las Vegas, NV

Contempo 12" Non-Stick Skillet Contempo 12" Non-Stick Skillet
 5 stars
I love this skillet. It is nice and deep, so you can cook stews, one pot dinners, and even steak. The nonstick surface cleans so easily and allows for healthy cooking. I use it almost everyday.
- Lisa in Las Vegas, NV

Green Earth Frying Pan, PTFE and PFOA-Free Textured Series Green Earth Frying Pan, PTFE and PFOA-Free Textured Series
 5 stars
This little pan packs a punch. It's perfect for cooking eggs, grilled cheese sandwiches, and single serving dishes. The non stick surface cleans easily and allows for healthy cooking. I love it.
- Lisa in Las Vegas, NV

Infinite 8.5" Non-Stick Skillet Infinite 8.5" Non-Stick Skillet
 5 stars
Extremely nice product, heavy duty, fast shipping. Also easy cleaning
- Ashley in Charlotte, NC

Cast Iron 12" Skillet Cast Iron 12" Skillet
 4 stars
The gas burners on our stove are fairly small and so it is difficult to heat the pan sufficiently all the way to the edges. We compensate by cooking in the center and moving the cooked food to the
- LeeAnn in Hidden Valley Lake, CA

Advanced Non-Stick French Skillet Advanced Non-Stick French Skillet
 5 stars
This is a great skillet! Love the non-stick finish. The coated handle allows me to pick up the hot skillet without worry. Great value for the price; easy to clean
- Lisa in Edison, NJ

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Frying Pans & Skillets

Cast iron skillets and frying pans provide unique opportunities to make great recipes. Cast iron skillets are dense and durable pans that can be used on the stovetop or in the oven. You can cook everything from deep dish pizza, apple pie to morning eggs all in the same cast iron skillet. Skillets heat slowly compared to sauce pans or pots, but they cook food much more evenly. After purchasing a cast iron skillet, you have to season the pan in order to create a nonstick surface. In addition to cast iron skillets, frying pans are skillets with a thinner base and sides. Frying pans, or skillets, are marked by their high sides in order to prevent grease from splattering all over your stove or kitchen. This type of pan is not meant for deep frying, where a food items is completely immersed in oil, but they are intended for frying onions or peppers.

cast iron skillets
The first item of business after purchasing a cast iron skillet is seasoning the pan. Seasoning a cast iron skillet will help you maintain the pan so you can pass it down through generations. It’s a simple and quick process to season a cast iron skillet. You can start by heating your oven to 325° and wash your pan in the sink. Dry the pan thoroughly with a cloth and use oil to grease the pan. Place the skillet upside down in the oven and make sure that you have aluminum foil or some other material to catch any drips that fall from the oil. Bake your pan for an hour and allow your pan to completely cool before removing it from the oven. You will know your pan has been properly seasoned because it will be a brand new naturally nonstick pan.

cast iron skillets
You never want to wash your cast iron skillet with soap once it has been seasoned. The best cast iron skillets are simply run under warm water and lightly cleaned with a sponge or cloth. Make sure to not use soap because it could remove the seasoning from your skillet. Do not place your cast iron skillet in the dishwasher or use metal scouring pads or soap to remove food and oil. If your skillet pan rusts, then you can easily scour the area and rub with vegetable oil. This should prevent any further damage, but if the problem persists then you may need to wash with soap and re-season your cast iron skillet.

cast iron skillets
Frying pans require significantly less upkeep than cast iron skillets; however, they are also made to cook foods other than what is cooked in a cast iron skillet. The best frying pans are perfect for cooking food in a low amount of fat to create a crispy texture, like on the outside of breakfast potatoes. There are many different types of frying pans, including stainless steel and copper. You want to select a frying pan with a heavy bottom, which is good for conducting heat. You also want to use a frying pan that has long sloped or straight sides to prevent oil from splattering around your kitchen.

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