8" Non-Stick Aluminum Fry Pan
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- Easy-to-clean non-stick surface
- 3.5mm aluminum thickness
- NSF Listed
Fry, sear, scramble, and saute all of your signature dishes in this versatile 8" non-stick aluminum fry pan! Its non-stick coating makes clean-up fast, and with a shallow, curved wall design, this pan allows for easy stirring and prevents steam from forming in the pan.
This pan's professional quality, heavy-duty 3004 series aluminum alloy construction distributes heat evenly, while its satin finish is perfect for restaurants and caterers alike. A large hole at the end of the aluminum handles makes for easy storage. Each pan measures 8" in diameter with a 2 3/4" depth and is NSF Listed.
Top Diameter: 8"
Depth: 2 3/4"
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Overall User Rating: 8" Non-Stick Aluminum Fry Pan ( 5.0 stars from 3 reviews )
This pan is a great item to have in the kitchen for sautéing, we love the non stick surface. I would recommend getting a rubber cover to put on the handle as it gets very hot if sitting on the stove top.
Erika S. Posted on 05/18/2014
These pans are the best , super non-stick coating , foods will not stick. Very durable too , heavy duty rivets and thick aluminum clad. I love doing Parmesan crisp in this pan , and that is hard to do if you don\\'t have a high quality non-stick coating. At this price you will not beat this pan!
Anthony L. Posted on 03/10/2014
Great, holds heat well, has sloped sides so all the corners/edges are easy to get into. As with all nonstick, be sure to use rubber spatulas or similar tools as not to scratch the coating off. Also highly recommend purchasing silicone sleeves for the handles, which are available very cheap here too, as they are metal and will get very hot. This is probably common sense to anyone who's worked in a restaurant, but home chefs might not know.
Logan D. Posted on 10/23/2013
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