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Can anyone recommend decent quality pan sets??

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Mittens92 Tue 26-Sep-17 18:01:36

Mine are bloody ruined already lol I had them for a long time though! Anyone recommend a pan set that does not stick as I always use frylight?! I have a tefal aluminium one which is terrible everything sticks to it, even when I used olive oil it still stuck like crazy so I want to avoid that one if possible. Thanks x

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onestepforwardtenstepsback Tue 26-Sep-17 20:15:41

Can't help but looking for the same 😄

Yukbuck Tue 26-Sep-17 20:51:52

Oh sorry no help but I'm also interested in people's suggestions for this! Thanks for asking op

IheartCaptainHolt Tue 26-Sep-17 21:07:45

I just bought a new frying pan from IKEA that is good and non stick so far.

Noahsmama17 Tue 26-Sep-17 23:09:29

Tefal are fantastic and Sainsbury's are usually the cheapest they are really good even when dry frying it when using fry light. 😬 x

Groovee Wed 27-Sep-17 08:31:45

I have morphy Richards from B and M. A marble effect inside and wash well.

Mittens92 Thu 28-Sep-17 07:35:27

Thanks all x

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Orangesox Thu 28-Sep-17 07:39:04

We have a set of Circulon Hard Anodized pans that are marvellous. Rarely require any form of oil for cooking, dishwasher safe (which is essential in our household) and a good selection of pan sizes. They weren't cheap - but if you know someone who's a Costco card holder they're a bit less pricey in store!

00100001 Thu 28-Sep-17 07:41:42

Don't use fry light.

I use normal oil and just wipe the bottom of the pan with oil on kitchen roll.

Mittens92 Thu 28-Sep-17 07:43:34

@00100001 I know! I have tried not using Fry Light but I am a tight arse I don't want to use my syns up on just oil 😂 silly, I know. 1 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil is 6 syns 🤦‍♂️😑

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Mittens92 Thu 28-Sep-17 07:43:57

@Orangesox thanks Hun I am going to check them out now x

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Trills Thu 28-Sep-17 07:45:36

I have a range called "The Pan" from John Lewis and I rally rate them.

00100001 Thu 28-Sep-17 08:03:19

I don't bother synning my oil.

I'm using hardly any because I just wipe the bottom of the pan. And that will be for a meal for 3-4 portions. Even if I used a whole teaspoon it would only be 2 Syns for the lot. So 1/2 syn per portion.

MoreThanJustANumber Thu 28-Sep-17 13:17:05

Frylight will ruin whatever pans you are using so you’re better off not using it in good pans. Keep your old pans for using frylight and buy new ones for everything else.

Trills Thu 28-Sep-17 23:09:38

How would frylight ruin a pan?

Groovee Fri 29-Sep-17 07:27:18

@Trills they just go all horrible. Frylight has something in it which deteriorates the inside making it not as nice to use.

humpbackwhale Wed 11-Oct-17 00:27:43

A second vote for Circulon here. I bought the Circulon infinite 2 piece set for about £50 on amazon five years ago and they still look almost brand new. They're quite heavy which has it's positives and negatives. Dishwasher safe because ain't nobody got time for washing up. I only ever use fry light and occasionally a splash of water to deglaze when frying.

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