What is the best frying pans you can buy
we're looking for is versatile (it can cook different types of food to good effect), durable (it won't end up in the bin after three
months), and good value for money, meaning it's either pleasingly affordable or so long-lasting that you won't ever have to buy the item again.
What Should I Consider When Buying a Frying Pan?
The basic frying pan is available in several different metals, including cast iron, stainless steel, and aluminum. With a little shopping around, you might discover ceramic and copper pans
Frying pans come in virtually every imaginable size. If you plan to use the pan to cook for a large family, consider one at least 12 inches (30.5 cm) in diameter. Just remember that the larger the pan is, the farther out it reaches from the heat source, which can cause uneven heating. Pans larger than 12 inches (30.5 cm) across may have hot and "cold" spots. This matters less for oven cooking, but always remember to choose pans with heat resistant handles if you plant to use it in the oven.
About Amercook Artmartain
This product has three colors, the German non-stick coating is adopted, and the stainless steel handle is matched, so it is not hot to use. This wok is suitable for use on induction cooker, electric clay cooker and open flame