ZWILLING Madura Plus Nonstick Pan
Pan with a plan.
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Ever wish you could use your trusty nonstick pan on your induction stovetop, or slide it into the oven to keep a stack of pancakes warm while you top off your coffee? You’re in luck! Zwilling’s latest pan is an sturdy, forged aluminum, PFOA-free nonstick pan that you can use on your stovetop (whether electric, gas, or induction) up to 400° F or in your oven up to 300° F (and, thanks to a coating of water-based lacquer, it's extra durable). Its handle stays cool while you cook, and the pan’s rim was specially designed to make pouring easy and dripless. It’s a breeze to wash with a sponge (and eggs slide right off)—but it’s also dishwasher-safe. Meet your new go-to.
Comprised of a PFOA-free multilayer DuraSlide Granite nonstick coating (that is roughly 40 times more durable than traditional PTFE coatings) and a magnetic base which makes it induction-compatible. The exterior is coated with an abrasion-resistant, water-based lacquer that is safe to use with metal utensils (although we recommend wood or silicone to prolong its lifespan).
We're not the only ones flipping for Madura. Bon Appetit calls it "The Best Non-Stick Pan We've Ever Used."
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Rocky Luten & Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
8" pan is 8.5" in diameter x 2.75" deep; 10” pan is 10.75” in diameter x 3” deep; 11” pan is 11.5” in diameter x 3.5” deep; 9" Deep pan is 9.5" in diameter x 3.5" deep; 11” Deep pan is 11.5” in diameter x 3.75” deep. 12” Wok is 12” in diameter x 3.8” deep. All pans have an 8” handle.
Care & Notes
Dishwasher safe, but hand-washing is recommended. Safe for use with metal utensils, although wood or silicone utensils are recommended to prolong the life of the pan.
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