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Salter 24cm £10/30cm £12/32cm £14 induction marble frypan @ Tesco
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Salter 24cm £10/30cm £12/32cm £14 induction marble frypan @ Tesco

Posted 26th Jan

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Featuring a brilliant Marblestone coating this Salter frying pan can be used with little or no oil to make tasty food the healthy way.
A Pancake Day essential, the 24 cm pan has a soft-touch handle making it comfortable to grip so you can flip your pancakes with ease.
Designed to minimise hassle, the pan can be wiped clean by hand in just seconds making it perfect for pancakes and much more.
Make delicious pancakes without hassle with this Salter frying pan which has a revolutionary non-stick coating making pancakes easy to flip. The Marblestone surface can be used with little or no oil for healthy cooking and it can be wiped clean effortlessly. Suitable for use on gas, electric hot plates, halogen and radiant ring hobs the large pan is also perfect for frying meat, fish and vegetables. A brand you can trust, Salter has over 250 years of British design experience and the pan has a three year guarantee.
Preparation and Usage
Before First Use
Hand-wash thoroughly.
Using the Cookware
Suitable for use on gas, electric solid hot plates, halogen, and radiant ring hobs.
Not suitable for use on induction hobs, in a domestic or microwave oven, for deep fat frying, under a grill, on an open fire or barbecue.
To avoid scorching the soft-touch coating on the handle, do not place cookware on hob rings larger than the base size or allow flames to overlap the sides.
Use only heat-resistant plastic, silicone or wooden utensils; do not use metal ones.
Do not cut food in the cookware, as this will damage the surface.
Do not overheat empty cookware.
Do not use the cookware over a high heat, as the non-stick coating is only suitable for use with medium heat settings.
Never leave cookware unattended whilst in use and ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated.
Ceramic hobs can be scratched when moving cookware. To minimize damage, lift and place the cookware rather than drag it across the hob surface.
Any screws present on cookware may loosen over time. Using a screwdriver, retighten the screws as necessary.
Cleaning the Cookware
Allow to cool thoroughly before moving or cleaning.
This cookware is not dishwasher safe.
Clean the cookware in warm, soapy water with a mild detergent and a soft cloth; do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners or scourers; rinse and dry thoroughly.
If using a dishwasher, remove the cookware as soon as the cycle is complete and dry thoroughly.
To remove stubborn stains, use a nonabrasive plastic mesh or pad with warm, soapy water.
Do not leave the cookware to soak in water for long periods of time.
Do not store wet cookware; store in a dry, clean place.
Do not allow the handle to overlap adjacent hob rings or the edge of the hob.
The handle of the cookware may become hot during use; always use heat-resistant oven gloves to move it.
Do not allow the cookware to boil dry, as this can cause warping.
Never expose hot cookware to cold water or other liquid.
If the cookware becomes overheated, allow it to cool to room temperature before removing from the hob. Examine the condition and safety of the cookware before using again; if there is any evidence of damage dispose of it carefully.
Safety information
Community Updates


I'm confused. If it's not suitable for induction cooker then why is it called induction?
saadiya26/01/2020 08:35

I'm confused. If it's not suitable for induction cooker then why is it …I'm confused. If it's not suitable for induction cooker then why is it called induction?

Good point.
Poor pans, better brands available. See amazon reviews
Ugh. I hate it when frying pans get called fry pans.
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