Yes. Vegetable and seed oils are highly inflammatory.
Probably no worse than frying in oil. More saturated fat in lard but more trans fats when deep frying in oil at high temperatures. Depends on what worries you more - the cholesterol from frying in lard or butter leading to heart disease or the trans fats from oils leading to cancer, heart disease or dementia.
Is it still permissible to deep fat fry with lard? (ninja)
Bought a full red Circulon set from this site. After 10 months the paint started peeling, although pans were OK. Circulon replaced the whole lot with a better range (the red range was no longer available). I thought their customer service was excellent.
not quite true, bought some a few years ago and one of them kept sticking after about a years worth of use. Circlon were great though and replaced it with a new one after I contacted them. Mines used on a ceramic hob so be warned don't leave them on the high heat for too long.
cheers my pans are 7 years old time to renew
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And ProCook offer a "10 year guarantee" on Salt & Pepper Grinders too! But you 'chose' to throw yours in the bin!
Procook salt / pepper grinders and a couple of utensils we bought 2 years ago are now in the bin after falling apart - I wouldnt recommend them at all. Our Circulon pans are 17 years old and only one of the set - the heavily used one has lost its coating on the outside.
Yeah i agree, because they are such good pans the price over 3 years makes it quite cheap, though I’m going to try a marble or ceramic pan next which will cost a bit more but hoping it will last longer. I think with the wooden utensils, it’s a case of just being extra careful to not scrape the pan as wood is still quite rigid and will wear the non stick if you’re not careful.
I hope wooden utensils are ok with this . They sell a combination set of wooden utensils and two pans from the OP's link :/ 🤷🏻♂️🤷🏻♂️🤷🏻♂️ I purchased the above set due to my experience with the wok from the same range . Had it well over three years now . Used , abused , tossed in a cupboard stacked with other pans . Not cared for whatsoever due to a similarly low purchase price . I didn't expect great things but it's lasted so far . It's got battle scars now consummate with its misuse . And it's far from perfect. But it's held its nonstick properties a lot better than the variety of far higher quality and more expensive pans that have been babied . fatbiker Edit : Time will tell if these live up to past experiences. For the price if they last a year I'll be happy. If it was twice the price then I would expect a longer service life too . But having said that I would be care for better also .
Definitely a good deal and the Tefal pans are good. But what I would say is, these pans don’t last very long even with good care. Never been able to get more than 3 years out of them before the non stick comes off. Don’t scrub them with anything abrasive and remember to use silicone only with this, metal absolute no and probably shouldn’t use wooden utensils.
Im not confident that would work since they scan at £70 in store and cost that price online too
You might like ro do the click and collect from your local asda to save you driving around trying to find the availability
Lucky you! Checked this exact set at a couple stores and were full price, well done on your bargain find!
These are the pan set it was Asda Darlington the large one near Harrogate hill
Is it possible for you to confirm which set exactly this was please @Eduardo_Echarri. Ive been to two Asda stores today and no luck. Tricky trying to find which ones are potentially reduced so if you could maybe upload a pic? Thanks
Just used my new set yesterday, the handles strangely got hot initially and then cooled off whilst still on the burning gas hob. So I'm happy with mine, they seem to warm up with the initial heat and then cool off so my office workers hand was fine with it.
We bought them 4 days ago and that is exactly what we noticed! Bad design..
Not great for health too.. most healthy is cast irons.
Also had one of the frypans. This coating is the worst, lasted far less than other nonstick pans i've had.
These pans are awful, it's no wonder they're always on offer
Look for ceramic coating or stone coating Yes if its mixed incorrectly Go watch program Dark waters and come back to me. Its based on a true story (embarrassed)
Water is dangerous to humans.
Because people had negative thoughts towards Teflon because of how it used to be produced. They've stopped using the ingredient that potentially caused harm.
Formula got changed years ago
Why else do you think Tefal feel the need to put stickers like this onto their products? If anyone has any doubt that a company like Tefal would want to screw up their customers for pure profit, check out Dark Waters on Netflix.
It's definitely not aluminium. Blue iron I promise. Ignore that Amazon tag. It's definitely not aluminium. Blue iron I promise. Ignore that Amazon tag. Thanks (lol) I do love a pan. These look good too https://www.tkmaxx.com/uk/en/home/kitchen+dining/three-piece-copper-saucepan-set/p/78152233?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=OrganicShopping&utm_campaign=GoogleShopping&utm_term=7815223311111&gclid=CjwKCAjw6dmSBhBkEiwA_W-EoL0s2hTp51OZM8V9dhzgGmJZX72AC4ZHZetcoTfEKMpa5HPwP3Ii4RoCETQQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
Is pan envy a thing? That's a great setup
amazon.co.uk/dp/B000ECULU8?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=pepperugc03-21&ascsubtag=2336647578&th=1&psc=1 this I think.is.what was intended
I look in the item description This is what the link takes you to, of the links.for.another.product this needs to.be corrected.in the link.
Its not aluminium. That's wrong, it's blue iron. You need to know how to look after and use a decent pan like this or be willing to learn. Google how to season cast iron if your interested. I have these pans and am very happy with them but they do require a learning curve in the beginning.
The non stick coating must be good as they are showing that you can store them with a metal base immediately on top of it, with no protection
Amazon reviews for these pans if interested, these are the prices for singular pans not the 2 pack on offer here https://www.amazon.co.uk/OXO-Softworks-Soft-Touch-Induction-Dishwasher/dp/B073TY1Q4S/ref=asc_df_B073TY1Q4S/?
As high quality as Lodge stuff is I reckon a low maintenance enamelled roaster would be better for the kind of things you'd likely cook in this in a domestic oven. Obviously this one would be far superior if likely to subject to very high temperatures like on a BBQ or pizza oven etc though. Good price for Lodge cast iron OP (y)
Yes, I looked after it and followed all the guidelines in the instructions.
I love these cast iron casseroles, they make the most delicious stews. Better then the enamel ones too IMHO, but you do need to treat them with care. Don't use detergent unless essential, never put in dishwasher. Make sure they are dry after washing and perhaps pop some vegetable oil on surface if looking dry. Occasionally use them for deep fat frying. Ours have a lovely thick non stick baked on patina. May even supplement your iron intake.....although if it's cheapo stuff it may also supplement undesirable metals!
Hi, I'm just curious if you seasoned it before 1st use? I'm tempted to buy this but your comment made me rethink about it.
I had one, it rusted within a month despite meticulous cleaning and care