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Frittatta Pan Question

I need a new frittatta pan. Anyone have any experience with the double pans that William Sonoma and Sur La Table sell?

asked by Lucia from Madison over 7 years ago

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phyllis
added over 7 years ago

No. I use regular frying pans and don't flip. I put the frittata in the oven, after starting it on the stovetop, and both sides cook evenly.

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Lucia from Madison
added over 7 years ago

That is how I make frittattas too. What brand of pan do you use. Mine last about 2 years and then the frittatta starts to stick and it becomes an annoying thing to make... I have the simple calphon now and it is not working out any more : (

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phyllis
added over 7 years ago

I use All Clad, sometimes non-stick; sometimes not. The pans have to be super clean and well buttered or oiled. If your pan isn't working for you anymore, which happens, I would buy a new, regular frying pan. It's versatile. I don't like having pans that are only good for one kind of food preparation.

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Lucia from Madison
added over 7 years ago

Thank you for your help!

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student epicure
added over 7 years ago

i use my well-seasoned cast iron pan, which works fabulously (no sticking!). like phyllis, i finish mine under the broiler instead of flipping. good luck!

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