Frywall (Set of 2)
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Fry without fear.
As much as we love the idea of homemade fried chicken, doughnuts, and pan-fried steak, the thought of cleanup duty (all those oil splatters!) always makes us pause before pulling out the frying pan. But Frywall, a soft, BPA-free silicone cone that fits right inside the rim of your pot or pan to keep food contained, is letting us fry without fear. It essentially acts as a heavy-duty splatter guard that keeps grease from hitting your stovetop, but still allows steam to escape freely, so you can achieve the perfect burger sear or crispy fritters, minus the mess. Plus, the design gives you continuous access to your food while you cook, and it catches that extra fine oil mist, unlike a traditional splatter screen.
Frywall’s also great for catching spatters from a bubbling red sauce and provides extra wall space for piling in a large mess of greens that need to cook down. When you’re done, toss it in the dishwasher for easy cleanup, then roll it up into a compact sleeve for space-saving storage. It comes in two sizes: one that fits a 10” fry pan, and one that fits a 12” fry pan.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten, & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
BPA-free, FDA-compliant high temperature silicone
10": 10" in diameter at base (15" in diameter at rim) x 6" H, fits pan with inside rim diameters of 9.5" to 10.25"; 12": 12" in diameter at base (18" in diameter at rim) x 6.5" H, fits pans with inside rim diameters of 11.5" to 12.25”
Care & Notes -
Withstands heat up to 450 degrees F. Avoid direct exposure to flame. Dishwasher safe.
Meet the Maker
A particularly splatter-prone duck breast led avid home cook Yair Reiner to rig up a cone-shaped aluminum foil contraption he could pop over the rim of his frying pan to contain the mess. Several prototypes later, Frywall entered our lives, allowing us to fry up burgers, steaks, and chicken without fear.View Full Profile
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