Scoville Neverstick 3 in 1 pan was £22 now £14 @ Asda
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Scoville Neverstick 3 in 1 pan was £22 now £14 @ Asda

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Posted 8th Nov
Bought one of the pro woks the other day and noticed this, absolutely great for doing a fry up, not the pro type but a decent pan anyway and quite large, will do enough for 2 people.
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Cook a complete meal in one non-stick pan with the Scoville 3-in-1 Pan. Perfect for big breakfasts to start the weekend, this convenient pan has 3 sections to keep your ingredients separate.

It's easy to keep an eye on what's cooking which helps with timing the meal and means you only have one pan to clean.

Ridges on the grill side create professional chef-style char marks on vegetables and steaks. The Neverstick coating allows you to dry fry without oil or butter, so making a full English breakfast is now a little healthier as well as quicker.

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thewolf8u08/11/2019 21:45

I honestly don’t think my eggs care if they are touched by my sausages or t …I honestly don’t think my eggs care if they are touched by my sausages or tomatoes!!!


Yes but my veggie other half doesn't like my pork sausages touching her bean and mushrooms, so I tend to not splatter my meat fat over her stuff ;-)
Edited by: "T2000Bill" 9th Nov
I honestly don’t think my eggs care if they are touched by my sausages or tomatoes!!!
Gort195109/11/2019 01:53

Some foods just don't mix.Beans touching the side of toast makes it soggy.


Why you doing beans and toast in a frying pan?
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I honestly don’t think my eggs care if they are touched by my sausages or tomatoes!!!
Good find
thewolf8u08/11/2019 21:45

I honestly don’t think my eggs care if they are touched by my sausages or t …I honestly don’t think my eggs care if they are touched by my sausages or tomatoes!!!


Yes but my veggie other half doesn't like my pork sausages touching her bean and mushrooms, so I tend to not splatter my meat fat over her stuff ;-)
Edited by: "T2000Bill" 9th Nov
Some foods just don't mix.
Beans touching the side of toast makes it soggy.
This is not non stick.

Cold.

Kindest regards
I used to be a veggie and didn't mind getting pork fat on my hash browns... Added to the taste..
T2000Bill09/11/2019 01:40

Yes but my veggie other half doesn't like my pork sausages touching her …Yes but my veggie other half doesn't like my pork sausages touching her bean and mushrooms, so I tend to not splatter my meat fat over her stuff ;-)


I still don’t think the veggies care if they touch the meat
firstofficer09/11/2019 07:47

This is not non stick.Cold.Kindest regards


You're right its not non stick....its NEVER stick!
I have other scoville never stick pans and theyre brilliant.
Nate18709/11/2019 08:41

You're right its not non stick....its NEVER stick!I have other scoville …You're right its not non stick....its NEVER stick!I have other scoville never stick pans and theyre brilliant.


I bought one last year and the eggs stuck to it and wrecked the pan, after first use... I used oil too ..

Cold vote remains.

Kindest regards
Edited by: "firstofficer" 9th Nov
i used this pan today its excellent
firstofficer09/11/2019 07:47

This is not non stick.Cold.Kindest regards


Somebody with a deal history as awful as yours should not be throwing stones in glass houses my friend.
anthony.james09/11/2019 14:14

Somebody with a deal history as awful as yours should not be throwing …Somebody with a deal history as awful as yours should not be throwing stones in glass houses my friend.


I beg your pardon?

Kindest regards
These pans are brilliant, defo non stick and so easy to clean , don't know how its possible to have stuck eggs as in the previous comment, maybe turn the heat down amigo.
firstofficer09/11/2019 07:47

This is not non stick.Cold.Kindest regards


You're not getting the pan hot enough.
ssc109/11/2019 19:47

You're not getting the pan hot enough.


It was at 360 celsius with a quart of peanut oil in it when I threw in the eggs...

That's quite hot
firstofficer09/11/2019 07:48

I used to be a veggie and didn't mind getting pork fat on my hash …I used to be a veggie and didn't mind getting pork fat on my hash browns... Added to the taste..


Regardless
Oos
firstofficer09/11/2019 08:42

I bought one last year and the eggs stuck to it and wrecked the pan, after …I bought one last year and the eggs stuck to it and wrecked the pan, after first use... I used oil too ..Cold vote remains.Kindest regards


I've got the frying pan and the wok, they are definitely non-stick, you can fry eggs without any oil.

Don't use metal utensils or put in the dishwasher and they should stay non-stick too unlike many others.
firstofficer09/11/2019 21:22

It was at 360 celsius with a quart of peanut oil in it when I threw in the …It was at 360 celsius with a quart of peanut oil in it when I threw in the eggs...That's quite hot


Too hot! Eggs wanna be done medium-hot. I bet your eggs are bubbled, frazzled messes?
Ultima287610/11/2019 03:04

Too hot! Eggs wanna be done medium-hot. I bet your eggs are bubbled, …Too hot! Eggs wanna be done medium-hot. I bet your eggs are bubbled, frazzled messes?


I like them well done rather than medium-rare..

Kindest regards
firstofficer10/11/2019 03:44

I like them well done rather than medium-rare..Kindest regards


Good answer!
No idea why you'd by pan like this.... just by a normal one
I have a Scoville frying pan and 16cm saucepan,both well made and the non stick is great,best pans I have bought
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 10th Nov
Bluediamond2809/11/2019 18:14

These pans are brilliant, defo non stick and so easy to clean , don't …These pans are brilliant, defo non stick and so easy to clean , don't know how its possible to have stuck eggs as in the previous comment, maybe turn the heat down amigo.


I agree these pans are great! But the number one rule is .....
NEVER put these hot pans under running cold water! Always wait until they cool down & then wash with warm/hot water & the non stick will last for years!
Edited by: "BrummyGeeza" 10th Nov
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Gort195109/11/2019 01:53

Some foods just don't mix.Beans touching the side of toast makes it soggy.


Why you doing beans and toast in a frying pan?
I rate these Scoville pans....bought a few last year and seem (albeit only a year) to do what they say they will. Happy with them because you can pay a great deal more for a pan of lesser quality imho. Heat applied (in a safe and friendly environment).
Gort195109/11/2019 01:53

Some foods just don't mix.Beans touching the side of toast makes it soggy.


You put beans and toast in a frying pan?
Just use the sausage as a breakwater
slannmage10/11/2019 06:43

No idea why you'd by pan like this.... just by a normal one


It does make me wonder where you people live and how you get by in life, this site really produces some strange 'opinions'.
Take 3 pans into the kitchen?! Not me, I like to fry and go.
non stick pan conversations often descend into how unhealthy they can be due to chemicals used on them, is there a definitive type of pan that is safe anyone knows of
Slick_uk10/11/2019 13:58

non stick pan conversations often descend into how unhealthy they can be …non stick pan conversations often descend into how unhealthy they can be due to chemicals used on them, is there a definitive type of pan that is safe anyone knows of


These are PFOA free if that helps.
just picked it up.looks ok, but its very oval not round like in the image. camera angle is deceptive
This is such a gimmick. Will be another thing left at the back if the drawer for a year before being brought to a charity shop
ZapGod10/11/2019 20:07

just picked it up.looks ok, but its very oval not round like in the image. …just picked it up.looks ok, but its very oval not round like in the image. camera angle is deceptive


It is, I should have mentioned that but it means you can move it around on the heat as you would want to cook some things before others so I assume that is why.
beng16510/11/2019 20:23

This is such a gimmick. Will be another thing left at the back if the …This is such a gimmick. Will be another thing left at the back if the drawer for a year before being brought to a charity shop


Not really if you are cooking for one or two it's ideal, sausage bacon in one, egg in another and mushrooms or hash browns whatever floats your boat, save on washing up so it's good for the environment, think green ;-)
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