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I need some non stick pans (yes, very exciting)

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CaptainBraandPants Sun 22-Jan-17 10:25:25

Sorry for the yawn-tastic topic, but I need a small sauce pan I can scramble eggs in without having to use a chisel to clean the pan afterwards.
I also need a non-stick frying pan which is actually non stick as mine isn't.
Happy to pay more for anything decent which will last.
Any ideas, please?

sonlypuppyfat Sun 22-Jan-17 10:30:32

What you are doing, is like looking for the Holy Grail!!

CaptainBraandPants Sun 22-Jan-17 10:34:17

grin yes, probably. I shall see myself as Indiana Jones.

BaronessBomburst Sun 22-Jan-17 10:39:21

I tried the cheap Ikea ones. The non-stick properties are good but the handles give off a disgusting smell even over a year later. It's okay on a low light but anything over medium and they start to stink.
DM swears by ceramic pans but I tried one and found it worse than useless.
I will be watching this thread!

AnneLovesGilbert Sun 22-Jan-17 10:39:52

I love my tefal non stick pans. Got a set of 5 on groupon for about £50 then topped up with a large frying pan and a huge saucepan pan.

They're all going super strong and non sticky about 18 months on. Couldn't be happier. Nice glass lids with a small hole in too.

They can't go in the dishwasher but they're so incredibly easy to clean. In fact, with egg, it just dries and only sticks to itself so you can hold it over the bin and give the pan a gentle whack and it'll just fall out.

Batteriesallgone Sun 22-Jan-17 10:41:20

I like my meyer pans. Non stick, easy to clean. Scrambled egg no problem.

BenHer Sun 22-Jan-17 11:36:53

I was looking at these last week in JL.

EATmum Sun 22-Jan-17 11:42:36

I think we may have the same ones as Anne (though do put them in dishwasher). Ours are Tefal Jamie a Oliver range and still make me do a happy dance when I use them and nothing gets burnt on.

katiegoestoaldi Sun 22-Jan-17 11:44:22

That pan looks gorgeous BenHer

DeleteOrDecay Sun 22-Jan-17 11:44:51

I second Tefal. We have a frying pan and a griddle pan by them. We do put ours in the dishwasher but they are also super easy to clean by hand too.

mintthins Sun 22-Jan-17 11:45:03

We got an EaziGlide frying pan and roasting dish from JL a few weeks ago. They are amazing. I realise how pathetically dull that is, but they really are!

Paris1986 Sun 22-Jan-17 11:48:54

Tefal ones here too. We got given a set (around £40-50 I think) comprising three different sized saucepans and two different sized frying pans when we bought our first place in 2013. Frying pans are brilliantly nonstick almost four years later, though not used incredibly often if I'm honest, about once or twice a week. Saucepans get used pretty much everyday and they're fine too. Definitely consider Tefal.

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