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  • Non Stick Frying Pan

    A non-stick frying pan, also known as a non-stick skillet, is a type of cookware designed to prevent food from sticking to its surface during cooking. It typically features a special coating that provides a smooth, low-friction surface, which makes it easier to cook and clean. The non-stick coating reduces the need for excessive oil or butter, promoting healthier cooking options.

    The most common non-stick coating used in frying pans is poly tetra fluoro ethylene (PTFE), commonly known as Teflon. However, there are also ceramic and other non-toxic alternatives available on the market.

    When using a non-stick frying pan, it is essential to follow some guidelines to maintain its effectiveness and longevity:

    Use only low or medium heat: High heat can damage the non-stick coating and release potentially harmful fumes.

    Avoid using metal utensils: Metal utensils can scratch and damage the non-stick surface. Instead, opt for wooden, silicone, or plastic utensils.

    Hand wash with care: To preserve the non-stick coating, it is best to hand wash the pan with a soft sponge, mild dish soap, and warm water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.

    Store properly: To prevent scratches, stack the non-stick frying pan with soft cloths or paper towels between them, or hang them if possible.

    Check for wear and tear: If the non-stick coating starts to peel or becomes visibly damaged, it's time to replace the frying pan, as damaged coatings can release harmful particles.

    Non-stick frying pans are available in various sizes and materials. When choosing one, consider your cooking needs, the size of your stovetop, and the type of stove you have (gas, electric, or induction).

    Always remember that while non-stick frying pans are convenient for certain types of cooking, it's still essential to use proper cooking techniques and avoid overheating to ensure safety and prolong the life of the pan.
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