About Non Stick Frying Pans

There are three things that must come with a nonstick frying pan when you plan to buy one in the market and these are nylon sponge, wooden spatula and of course, owner’s manual explaining how to take care of this product correctly. Good thing is, most of the high quality pans come with an instruction booklet.

Before you start using your newly bought non stick frying pan, you should wash it thoroughly in a hot soapy water with a dishcloth or sponge, followed by rinsing in hot water and then, dry it out completely. When you are done, apply a small amount of cooking oil and then, wipe the excess with a paper towel. Your new pan is seasoned and can be used.

In most instances, you should never use heat setting that’s above medium because in reality, delicate foods your frying pan is made for do not necessarily need it and also, high heat is a big enemy for delicate nonstick surfaces. Now, nonstick does not indicate that you can cook even without using oil but, this simply gives you an advantage that you can use little amount of it.

Exclusive use of olive oil is highly recommended which is dispensed from spray container. You should never pour from a bottle because it will make you to put too much from the pan. Try to improvise a little bit in the event that you can’t find an olive oil spray like for instance, recycling a window cleaner spray bottle.

There are some things that you should be reminded of if you want to be sure that your pan’s nonstick surface will last for a long time. For example, it’ll be smart to use plastic, silicon, wood utensils or rubber. Despite the fact that scratches do not affect nonstick properties, there’s a possibility that they may disfigure the surface so make sure to avoid metal or any type of sharp objects to cook with your nonstick pan.

Make sure to follow it up with a thorough cleaning after every use. What you have to do here is wash it using warm water with some mild detergent but be sure that you are washing it well enough in an effort to remove all oil residue. Say for example that you were not able to remove the oil completely, there is a chance that it will bake into the surface for the next time that it is heated, which will then cause impairment to the nonstick effect it has.

Whether you believe it or not, treating your nonstick frying pan with respect and following these tips at the same time, rest assure that you can enjoy nonstick cooking for a very long time.