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The Blue Diamond Pan is a round-shaped, non-stick pan that's infused with real diamond particles. You can use it to fry, sear, broil, roast and even bake almost any dish in your oven at temperatures up to 850 degrees Fahrenheit. The pan is scratch-resistant, so you can use metal utensils during the cooking process, too, and even if you drop it on the floor, its solid forged base won't get bent out of shape. Both the inside and outside of each pan are an attractive navy blue, while each handle is silver.
The cost of Blue Diamond Pan is $19.99 plus $8.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Blue Diamond Pan at the discounted price of only $8.95 for a total price of $37.89. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: bluediamondpan.com
Each of these pans contains a ceramic coating infused with many tiny diamond particles. Since diamonds are the hardest material known to humans and are also great heat conductors, they make this pan durable, in addition to enabling it to cook your food quickly and evenly. Copper-infused pans are of a similar non-stick nature, but this pan's diamond-infused coating is five times harder, will last 10 times longer and will cook your food four times faster than a copper pan would. Plus, the Blue Diamond Pan has a super-solid base that will stop it from wobbling as you use it, and prevent its shape from getting warped throughout the cooking process.
True to its name, each Blue Diamond Pan comes in a shade of navy blue, which means that it'll look attractive in virtually any kitchen. If matching dishes are important to you, you'll probably be able to find a lot of other navy blue dishes to go with it.
The silver handle on each pan will stay cool to the touch. As a result, when you use it to lift your pan off your stove or out of your oven, you won't need to worry about putting on an oven mitt or burning your fingers.
This pan measures nine and a half inches in diameter, which is a standard size for a frying pan, so you won't have to restrict yourself to cooking small servings within it. If you're using it to cook meat, fish, or vegetables, it'll hold enough food to feed a small family or group of friends, and you can also cook round desserts in it.
This pan is safe to clean in the dishwasher if you happen to have one. However, it won't be difficult for you to clean by hand if necessary, since any food will slide right off it in seconds—including melted cheese and the stickiest of syrups.
Every Blue Diamond Pan is free of lead, cadmium and PFOA, three potentially toxic substances that are present in some pieces of cookware.
You'll be able to use this pan to cook almost anything for any meal, including a round cake for dessert. If you're interested in healthy eating, you'll be pleased to know that you won't need to add any lubricants to your pan, due to its non-stick nature. If you'd normally use butter, oil or margarine to lubricate a cooking pan, you'll avoid ingesting all the calories you'd get from any of those substances.
Metal utensils such as forks and spatulas can damage pans with less durable coatings, but no metal tool will damage the scratch-resistant Blue Diamond Pan. That means you'll never be restricted to using plastic utensils when you're using this pan, or feel like you need to monitor where you place your metal utensils to avoid damage. If you do use plastic utensils, though, and one happens to melt, it'll slide off your pan's inner surface as quickly as any food item does.
This pan is incredibly heat resistant, as it can tolerate an oven temperature as high as 850 degrees without experiencing a warping of its shape or any other damage. Since most things need to be baked at around 350 or 450 degrees, and the standard broiling temperature is around 500 or 550, it's unlikely that any recipe will be too hot for this pan.
If you want to start using your diamond-infused pan, but you don't know what to cook first, you'll be able to consult the included recipe book for ideas. Each book contains 50 recipes that will be quick and easy for most people to make. The recipes can be made with other pans, but they probably won't taste as good as they would if you were to use this one.
Due to their shape, square pans can often hold a bit more food, even if they have the same measurement at their widest point as a round pan. Square pans also tend to be deeper than the Blue Diamond Pan, which is quite shallow. It would be helpful if a square version of this pan could be made available, and if at least an inch or two of depth could be added to it. Then it would be better suited to accommodate traditionally thick dishes such as lasagna or macaroni and cheese.
It would also be beneficial if this pan could come with a lid with a handle, so you could place the lid on top to prevent spilling and then use the handle to lift it off. Currently, these pans have no lids at all, which means that if you were to carry one across the kitchen, any contents within it could spill. The chances of that happening only increase due to the fact that there's a handle on just one side, which may cause users to unintentionally tip the pan in the opposite direction.
If you choose to cook with standard pans that don't have non-stick surfaces, you'll have to make sure you have a generous amount of lubricants such as butter, oil or cooking spray on hand. Having to obtain these substances once in a while may not seem like a big deal, but if they're on your grocery list each week, they'll add a big chunk to your yearly bill. Once you're relieved of the responsibility of getting them, due to switching to a non-stick cooking pan like the Blue Diamond, you'll notice that your bill has shrunk.
People who use cooking pans without non-stick coatings (or with non-stick coatings that don't work very well) may have to scrub old, hard food off of them for a quarter of an hour. This may even be necessary if the pans are going in the dishwasher since the dishwasher might not be able to clean off all the baked-on food. With the Blue Diamond Pan, however, you'll be able to shave many minutes off your clean-up time after cooking. You'll be able to put this pan straight into the dishwasher or give it one swipe with a cloth and watch any stray food fall off in as little as 30 seconds.
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Buyer BEWARE. The handles on these pans get incredibly hot! My wife just burnt her hand when she went to pick it up. Poor design in the handle department. It acts as a heat magnet instead of a shunt offering absolutely no protection for your hand. Transmits heat worse than an old iron skillet. I would have to vote either change the handle material and recall all the previous pans sold.
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