Best nonstick frying pan

(15 Posts)
EleanorofProvence Sat 12-Mar-16 12:51:57

My frying pan has had it sad What should I get next? Budget is around fifty quid and it needs to work on induction. I'd also prefer to avoid Teflon this time around.

PolterGoose Sat 12-Mar-16 13:03:01

I really like GreenPan frying pans for non-stick.

CatCoriander Sat 12-Mar-16 13:04:55

I love my Le Creuset stainless steel non stick.

stargirl1701 Sat 12-Mar-16 13:09:58

Le Creuset stainless steel non-stick here too.

zgaze Sat 12-Mar-16 13:12:25

I really rate IKEAs pans for induction hobs, they're about 1/3 of the price for comparable quality as well.

EleanorofProvence Sat 12-Mar-16 13:16:39

The Le Creuset is a bit too £££ (I'm on maternity leave so watching the pennies at the moment).

Dancingqueen17 Sat 12-Mar-16 14:08:36

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Mummyoftwo91 Sat 12-Mar-16 16:41:50

I have the tefal ones they are really good

Mondrian Sat 12-Mar-16 16:48:21

+1 for IKEA so far as we haven't had it for that long but I'd imagine you could get 2 or more with your budget.

stargirl1701 Sat 12-Mar-16 19:03:56

I had Tefal. Both were unusable after 5 years.

twattockery Sat 12-Mar-16 20:08:43

They all without fail get sticky after a year or so, I've started treating them as more or less disposable. Having said that, aldi were doing a stainless steel nonstick wok a couple of weeks ago which is very good indeed. Wish I'd got a spare one now!

HarrietSchulenberg Sat 12-Mar-16 20:12:54

Another vote for Ikea. My lidded frying/saute pan is amazing, much better than any of the Teflon coated shite I've had over the years.
I also have an old cast iron frying pan that I bought second hand. It's black with age well seasoned, weighs a ton, and makes the best pancakes ever.

stargirl1701 Sat 12-Mar-16 20:34:40

Tefal suggested that once a month you should fill your pan with water, add a dishwasher tablet and boil for 10 minutes before washing as normal. This information is not available before you buy! They offered me a 20% discount on a new pan which I declined. I bought the pans in John Lewis and they refunded me in full even after 4 years. I bought the replacement Le Creuset from them. Brilliant customer service.

LowDudgeon Sat 12-Mar-16 20:38:44

Lidl (I think - maybe Aldi) had done very nice feeling induction frying pans in when I went this week, with a kind of dented base. £20 iirc. Worth a look

LowDudgeon Sat 12-Mar-16 20:39:05

Some, not done, grrr

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