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The Copper Chef Everyday Pan is a square pan that measures 7 inches on all sides. It's also two times as deep as a frying pan, so you'll be able to fit more food in it than one of those. You'll be able to use this pan to bake, boil, sear, simmer, steam and fry a variety of foods, including macaroni, rice, vegetables and even popcorn or pie. The pan has a ceramic non-stick coating, so even stubborn foods like burnt cheese won't stick to it.
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As you use this pan to cook something in your oven or on any stovetop ( electric, gas, ceramic or induction) , the pan's stainless steel induction plate will heat the food quickly and evenly. Therefore, when you go to consume the food later, there'll be no hot spots or cold spots to ruin the taste of your dish.
This pan's square shape, along with its high sides, will enable you to fit more food within it than you'd be able to fit into a round or oval-shaped pan with lower sides. While you may not be able to fit enough food in it for a large family to consume, it'll certainly cook enough for a single person, a couple or group of three.
Each Copper Chef Everyday Pan has two heavy-duty handles that won't break easily, regardless of how full your pan is when you use the handles to carry it. You should always use the handles to transport it from your stove to your counter, and your counter to your table, instead of running the risk of having it slip out of your hands.
The inside of these pans have a Cerami-Tech non-stick coating, so you won't need to spray yours with a cooking spray, or struggle to scrub off stubborn food that's clinging on after you're done the cooking.
The Copper Chef Everyday Pan is dishwasher safe, including on the bottom rack, so you won't have to wash the pan out by hand after a cooking session. Due to the pan's non-stick nature, you likely won't even need to rinse it off before transferring it to your dishwasher for a thorough cleaning.
This pan is free of the potentially harmful chemical compounds known as PFOA and PTFE, which are sometimes found in cookware products. That means it won't be necessary to worry about toxicity while you're eating food that you've cooked in one of these pans.
While some pans only work on certain types of stovetops and aren't safe to put in the oven at all, that's not the case with this particular one. It'll work on gas, electric, induction or ceramic stovetops, and is heat-resistant up to 850 degrees, so it's safe to put in the oven ( as long as the oven's not hotter than that! ). Its versatility will come in handy if you have to cook outside the home, such as at work or at a friend's house, and there's a different type of stove at your new location.
Some pans or other types of cookware will only cook certain types of food, such as vegetables or meat, effectively. However, you'll be able to use your Copper Chef Everyday Pan to cook almost any dish for any meal, including dessert. If you don't have a popcorn maker, you'll even be able to use it to evenly cook popcorn on your stovetop.
Single people and couples may find that larger pans, such as ones measuring nine or 11 inches on each side, are too big for the amount of food they need to prepare. For those users, the smaller Copper Chef Everyday Pan will likely be the ideal size. Due to its size, it'll also heat up more quickly and take less time to rinse out—if you even need to—than pots and pans that are larger. Its size and ability to get a cooking job done fast actually makes it the perfect pan for a busy student living in a college dorm.
If you've obtained one of these pans, but have no idea what to cook with it first or want to cook something moderately complex, you can consult the included recipe guide for ideas and instructions.
No lid comes with the standard version of this pan. In order to obtain a lid, you'll need to get the deluxe accessory kit, which includes the lid, a fry basket, and a strainer. If you probably won't use the fry basket or strainer very often, you may find it annoying that you can't just get the lid separately.
Given the fact that it's safe for use on all stovetops and in the oven, one might expect that this pan is safe to use in the microwave too, but unfortunately, it is not.
Without the Copper Chef Everyday Pan, you may end up getting many different pans to cook different food items, but since this one cooks such a wide variety of things, you probably won't have to. As long as you're willing to keep cleaning your pan, you'll be able to make eggs for breakfast, noodles for lunch, and meatloaf for dinner ( among other things) with just the one piece of cookware.
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