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12” tri-ply frying pan $16.65

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Very nice Amazon house brand frying pan with lid. I purchased this a few weeks ago at $38 dollars and felt it was a good value. At this price it's a steal!
There are a couple of other pieces in this price range from Stone and Beam. I also purchased the three quart sauce pan and three quart sauté pan.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 . Price is now $ 17.31
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Title should include the price, bud.

This would seem like a good deal but Fakespot seems to hate the reviews.
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Title should include the price, bud.

This would seem like a good deal but Fakespot seems to hate the reviews.
That's too bad. It looks like many of the reviews are from the vine program. In any case it's a great deal on a very nice tri-ply pan. Hopefully someone can make of use it.
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Nice improvement to the post. Switched TD to TU. Good deal.
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Works with induction. Nice buy.
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Is anybody really able to use this type of stainless steel pan for frying, without losing half your food stuck to the pan?
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Is anybody really able to use this type of stainless steel pan for frying, without losing half your food stuck to the pan?
I don't have this pot, but in general most sticking issues are related to not using enough oil/non-stick liquid.

Heat pan, add oil/butter/broth, then after it has heated add in what you plan on cooking. I usually reduce the heat at that point as well.

Scrambled Eggs were probably one of the hardest things for me to master.
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I don't have this pot, but in general most sticking issues are related to not using enough oil/non-stick liquid.

Heat pan, add oil/butter/broth, then after it has heated add in what you plan on cooking. I usually reduce the heat at that point as well.

Scrambled Eggs were probably one of the hardest things for me to master.
A high quality nonstick cooking spray helps. I have been using Vegelene for years with my triply pans. If interested, buy direct for best price https://parwaytryson.com/shop/vegalene-non-gmo-food-release/
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Is anybody really able to use this type of stainless steel pan for frying, without losing half your food stuck to the pan?
People who know how to cook. But seriously, what do you think people used before teflon was invented? Just google something like "how to cook in stainless steel pan". It really isn't all that difficult. Smilie
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A high quality nonstick cooking spray helps. I have been using Vegelene for years with my triply pans. If interested, buy direct for best price https://parwaytryson.com/shop/veg...d-release/

The spray is more expensive than the pan....
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The spray is more expensive than the pan....
Heat the pan first. Don't use nonstick spray. Use a small amount of fat. Use a 3m scotchbrite Stainless Steel scrub pad to clean.
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...most sticking issues are related to not using enough oil/non-stick liquid.

Heat pan, add oil/butter/broth, then after it has heated add in what you plan on cooking. I usually reduce the heat at that point as well.

Scrambled Eggs were probably one of the hardest things for me to master.
After constantly throwing out non stick pans every two years-
I bought a quality set of Tri-Ply cookware from Amazon back in '09 (had to look up order history to see when, it's been so long)- one of the best kitchen purchases I ever made.
10 years later, and other than lots of little scuffs and scratches from utensils- they have held up perfectly- no warping, denting or rusting.

Yes, mastering no sticking when frying did take a little time, but I can now do scrambled eggs no problem as well.

EDIT: I should note, that I recently got a carbon steel pan, which I also love, and is my go to pan for searing meat, and doing pancakes and over easy eggs.
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After constantly throwing out non stick pans every two years-
I bought a quality set of Tri-Ply cookware from Amazon back in '09 (had to look up order history to see when, it's been so long)- one of the best kitchen purchases I ever made.
10 years later, and other than lots of little scuffs and scratches from utensils- they have held up perfectly- no warping, denting or rusting.

Yes, mastering no sticking when frying did take a little time, but I can now do scrambled eggs no problem as well.

EDIT: I should note, that I recently got a carbon steel pan, which I also love, and is my go to pan for searing meat, and doing pancakes and over easy eggs.

I am so tempted to go your route... Presently am frustrated with all these "non-stick" pans which become unusable within two months to two years depending on their quality. I would really prefer a low maintenance option - easy to clean, esp. the bottom... sticking food I can deal with.
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The spray is more expensive than the pan....
No it isn't. This is what is used in restaurants. Lasts a long time.
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How did you season the carbon steel pan?

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EDIT: I should note, that I recently got a carbon steel pan, which I also love, and is my go to pan for searing meat, and doing pancakes and over easy eggs.
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