ERNESTO® Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel Frying Pan - 28cm £14.99* @ LIDL
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ERNESTO® Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel Frying Pan - 28cm £14.99* @ LIDL

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Found 23rd Jan 2014
ERNESTO® Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel Frying Pan - 20 cm £9.99*
ERNESTO® Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel Frying Pan - 24 cm £11.99*
ERNESTO® Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel Frying Pan - 28cm
£14.99*
Suitable for all hob types including induction
With a heat-resistant handle
Size Ø (cm): 20
2 year manufacturer's warranty

Available from 30 January 2014
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11 Comments

Is this deal from today?

Original Poster

thursday 30/01/14

Are they any good?

Strange as stainless steel is a relatively poor conductor of heat as metals go - only 40% of 1% carbon steel and only 4% of copper, which is why that is used in best pans.

Okay. They were doing it with a black ceramic coating last year. Greatd at first but the coating will wear after after a couple of months of light daily use. At this point everything sticks & you'll need to start soaking it & then using scrubby pads. By the 4th month, I had to toss it out.

If they haven't improved the ceramic coating from the last time then it's not worth it when you can get a Tefal Intesium cheaper as that lasts far longer.

For anyone who gets this: DO NOT USE any form of olive oil as that accelerates the destruction of the non-stick coating.

The Ceramic surface has to be oiled regularly and when hot not to come into contact with cold water.

Good find Sri

Read owner reviews on ceramic pans before buying.
The common theme is that after a few weeks everything sticks to them. They are not worth buying.

simes

Read owner reviews on ceramic pans before buying.The common theme is that … Read owner reviews on ceramic pans before buying.The common theme is that after a few weeks everything sticks to them. They are not worth buying.


Thanks - i dont think i will.

simplez

The Ceramic surface has to be oiled regularly and when hot not to come … The Ceramic surface has to be oiled regularly and when hot not to come into contact with cold water.



The pan was cleaned with soapy water before use, then seasoned with oil. After every use, the pan was wiped with a damp cloth (with soapy water as needed). Then coated (using a kitchen towel) with oil & put away until next use. Silicone tools were the only materials used on it.

As I said, great at first but not built to stand the test of time. If it's only for the the likes of eggs & the odd sauce now & again, then it will last a lot longer than if you cook lots of meat/sausages on it. Anything that gets those black little crispy bits (likes of chops) when you cook in a regular pan need to be avoided at all costs...that & certain oils like olive oil.

mastin

The pan was cleaned with soapy water before use, then seasoned with oil. … The pan was cleaned with soapy water before use, then seasoned with oil. After every use, the pan was wiped with a damp cloth (with soapy water as needed). Then coated (using a kitchen towel) with oil & put away until next use. Silicone tools were the only materials used on it.As I said, great at first but not built to stand the test of time. If it's only for the the likes of eggs & the odd sauce now & again, then it will last a lot longer than if you cook lots of meat/sausages on it. Anything that gets those black little crispy bits (likes of chops) when you cook in a regular pan need to be avoided at all costs...that & certain oils like olive oil.



I agree as in my opinion these, even better ones, are for occasional light use. Not heavy duty use, stews or simmering whereby food might get stuck. The age old and best way is to burn many layers of food onto a steel or copper panas a thick carbon coating which is what many chefs do and treasurer as it takes a few years. Basically intentional burning of food layers and no washing so it builds up. Healthier and better non-stick than Teflon, plus flavour. I had a couple but handles gave way. Lesson learnt was it's best to temper one with a steel handle. I'll have to start a couple and start burning.
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