K377475

Copper Chef 10" Round Pan with Lid

Copper Chef 10" Round Pan with Lid
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Especially handy for novice cooks, this Copper Chef 10" round pan takes the fear out of frying with its Cerami-Tech nonstick food release surface. From Copper Chef.

  • Includes 10" round pan and 10" tempered glass lid
  • Cerami-Tach nonstick coating
  • For use on gas, electric, ceramic, and induction cooktops
  • Dishwasher-safe; oven-safe to 850F pan, 500F lid
  • Measures approximately 18-1/2" x 11" x 2"H
  • 60-day Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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Copper Chef 10" Round Pan with Lid is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Everything I Cook Sticks! In the beginning I started out by first seasoning this pan using canola oil. Even after seasoning, eggs were almost impossible to properly cook without sticking. They do not swirl around in the pan as you see demonstrated when Eric cooks eggs in this or another Copper Chef pan. After having so many other food items stick, I called Copper Chef Customer Care and Support at 973-287-5176 and spoke to a lady who told me that Copper Chef pans do NOT need to be seasoned and that possibly I have a faulty pan or that I'm trying to cook on too high of a heat setting. I explained that I use setting number 4 or less on a 10 point scale on my gas stove to cook on and that any lower setting would not be sensible to use. Since I have another Copper Chef pan that has exhibited similar sticking qualities, I decided not to send the pan back to QVC but to "experiment" and see if I could cook an egg without it firmly sticking to the bottom of the pan. This morning I went though a half dozen eggs experimenting. All cooking attempts were made on my stove's heat setting between #2 and #3. The flame was around 1/4 inch high. I first decided to go ahead and preseason the pan again, even though I was told it was not necessary by Copper Chef Support. This time I used peanut oil. I came up with the same horrible results. Every egg I tried to cook stuck to the point that it was next to impossible to get the egg out of the pan without destroying it. After throughly washing the pan, I next tried using a thin coat of canola oil that I applied to a paper towel and then coated the inside of the pan before cooking an egg in it. I had the same result. Eggs stuck and were difficult to remove from the pan without breaking the yokes or totally destroying the egg. I next tried to start all over by washing the pan clean. I use a Scrub Daddy Sponge to clean the Copper Chef pan with Dawn dish soap. The Scrub Daddy Sponge is all I've ever used to clean this pan. I've never used a scrubbing agent or scouring powder to clean the pan. Once clean, I tried cooking an egg in the pan without using any oil and on very low heat. I turned the stove down more to setting #2. The egg was taking forever to cook but was cooked white enough to start trying to move it around. Using a plastic spatula, I tried to slide under the egg so I could move it. I could not get the spatula to slide under the egg because the egg was firmly attached to the bottom of the skillet! I tried to swirl the skillet as Eric does on his demonstrations but the egg would not move. Only the uncooked part of the egg's center jiggled and the egg as a whole remained fixed to the bottom of the pan! Exasperated, I looked for other cooking oils that were in my pantry to try to use to cook eggs with. I found a spray can of Great Value Canola Oil No Stick Cooking Spray that was 3 months out of date! I cracked an egg and gently laid it onto the light layer of no stick cooking spray in the pan. I watched the egg and it appeared like all the others. It turned white and was starting to look like it was solid enough to maybe use the spatula on. Before using the spatula It looked like it too was sticking but when I picked the pan up and gently swirled it, THE EGG SWIRLED ALSO! I was so happy. Finally! The egg did not stick. I could slide the spatula easily under the egg and flip it or remove it. I found the answer for me. No Stick Cooking Spray! Hopefully this will help others who are having problems with sticking foods in Copper Chef pans. I gave this 2 Stars because of time spent and wasted eggs! Hallelujah!
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LUV COPPER CHEF Just need to season before first use--then after cooking i just wipe with a paper towel. Thats all you need to do I have several pcs, and i am still going to get another-
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice pan I love this pan....but it has one downside, You have to season it before using again after washing. I did not realize this, it would have impacted my purchase choice....BUT I must say that I am completely smitten with this pan.
Date published: 2018-06-16
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