Tefal pan  £14 inc next day delivery Prime Exclusive @ Amazon
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Tefal pan £14 inc next day delivery Prime Exclusive @ Amazon

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Found 19th Nov
Tefal.
Pan.
30cm.
Not terribly exciting, we needed a new one, and this came up...

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Great price. Ordered. Thanks.

I believe these items are non refundable. I Remember I ordered a tefal pan last black Friday and it was non refundable

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Bought one of these in July for £16.80. Excellent quality frying pan...just ordered another one,

I'd recommend trying something like this over a non stick pan £12.60 if ordered via Amazon. I've just ordered a second one for myself.

It's steel so slightly heavier than this, but still much much lighter than a cast iron pan and more reactive to heat changes than cast iron.

It will last longer and you can whack the whole thing in the oven to keep food warm, or continue cooking. You don't have to be careful about scratching or overheating a potentially toxic coating.

Downsides is you have to season it, my method is to use a paper towel to wipe and really thin layer of coconut oil over the pan after washing and then heating it up till it smokes. Over time the pan will develop a nice black coating that is non stick.

I have a Tefal, but reserve it for things like omelettes and pancakes as the non stick coating on it beats my seasoning skills! In professional kitchens they will use these sorts of pans, all the TV chefs likely getting paid £££ to use the Tefal gear.
Edited by: "watzeee" 19th Nov

watzeee43 m ago

I'd recommend trying something like this over a non stick pan £12.60 if …I'd recommend trying something like this over a non stick pan £12.60 if ordered via Amazon. I've just ordered a second one for myself.It's steel so slightly heavier than this, but still much much lighter than a cast iron pan and more reactive to heat changes than cast iron. It will last longer and you can whack the whole thing in the oven to keep food warm, or continue cooking. You don't have to be careful about scratching or overheating a potentially toxic coating. Downsides is you have to season it, my method is to use a paper towel to wipe and really thin layer of coconut oil over the pan after washing and then heating it up till it smokes. Over time the pan will develop a nice black coating that is non stick. I have a Tefal, but reserve it for things like omelettes and pancakes as the non stick coating on it beats my seasoning skills! In professional kitchens they will use these sorts of pans, all the TV chefs likely getting paid £££ to use the Tefal gear.

I agree fully, although I've gone for deBuyer pans. As you say though I stick to Teflon for omelette and scrambled egg...

I wouldn't recommend seasoned steel for everyone though, it isn't foolproof. Enamelled cast iron is much easier as an all rounder, as it doesn't need seasoning, and is great for cured meat (bacon) and acids, which would take the seasoning off my deBuyer pans.

Thought it was a new chromecast

watzeee1 h, 27 m ago

I'd recommend trying something like this over a non stick pan £12.60 if …I'd recommend trying something like this over a non stick pan £12.60 if ordered via Amazon. I've just ordered a second one for myself.It's steel so slightly heavier than this, but still much much lighter than a cast iron pan and more reactive to heat changes than cast iron. It will last longer and you can whack the whole thing in the oven to keep food warm, or continue cooking. You don't have to be careful about scratching or overheating a potentially toxic coating. Downsides is you have to season it, my method is to use a paper towel to wipe and really thin layer of coconut oil over the pan after washing and then heating it up till it smokes. Over time the pan will develop a nice black coating that is non stick. I have a Tefal, but reserve it for things like omelettes and pancakes as the non stick coating on it beats my seasoning skills! In professional kitchens they will use these sorts of pans, all the TV chefs likely getting paid £££ to use the Tefal gear.


I am reliably informed that this is how most people in the World season a pan...and have done for many centuries (without the paper towels!).

WARNING: It's tefal, so a lifetime warranty is actually only 28 days. They will not honour any warranty and refuse to inspect anything faulty of theirs and say it is the customers fault. Have heard this several times from several people and on this forum. I have no personal experience but do plan to contact them about rust on their ingenio pans - expecting excuses already

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