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Utensil for Le Creuset frying pan?

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JessieMcJessie Sat 28-Nov-15 20:02:39

Yesterday I treated myself to a Le Creuset frying pan, half price in a clearance sale. Pic of a similar one hopefully attached (mine is a lovely bright yellow).

It's black inside but the black is enamel, not non-stick coating. I was a bit disappointed to read after I got it home that metal utensils are not recommended because I swear by my lovely thin metal fish slice. Silicone ones I find floppy and usually too thick to get under food like seared fish or meat cleanly enough.

Does anyone have any tips either on a good silicone slotted turner or have you been OK using metal on a similar pan?

lighteningirl Sat 28-Nov-15 20:06:42

I have the wok and the griddle pan I am very precious about the wok but it's never occurred to me to worry about the griddle. I think it means not to cut stuff up/ jab knives in a thin fish slice to flip or serve should be fine.

CallingAllEmergencyKittens Tue 01-Dec-15 12:14:11

this is pretty good- so is this one. soft at the edges but not floppy.

JessieMcJessie Tue 01-Dec-15 23:04:27

Thanks!

SunnySomer Tue 01-Dec-15 23:06:29

I use a wooden one. Absolutely ancient, so I can't link to anything sorry!

MEgirl Tue 01-Dec-15 23:28:15

We use silicone tongs for most things or an old plastic flat spatula (Tefal). Also have a really old wooden handled plastic spatula. I'm really precious as well about not using metal in the Le Creuset.

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