Along with a trusty knife, a nonstick skillet is one of the most integral pieces of cookware a home chef can work with. After all, nonstick pans are the key to making perfect scrambled eggs and searing hunks of meat without worrying that you’ll be left with pieces of food latched onto the surface.
If you’re looking for an affordable nonstick skillet, thousands of Amazon shoppers recommend the Hansubute Induction Nonstick Stone Frying Pan, which has been slashed to just $16. The 8-inch skillet is complete with a stone-derived coating that’s free of toxins like PTFE, PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium. Thanks to the aluminum material and the magnetized base, the skillet heats up quickly and without hot spots. It’s compatible with most surfaces, including induction, gas, ceramic, electric, halogen, and solid fuel cookers.
The scratch-resistant skillet is finished off with a soft touch handle that’s comfortable to hold while you cook. Although the frying pan shouldn’t be placed into the oven, it can be slipped into the dishwasher for easy cleaning.
To buy: Hansubute Induction Nonstick Stone Frying Pan, $16 (originally $20) at amazon.com
Over 2,700 Amazon shoppers have given the nonstick skillet a five-star rating, writing that “nothing sticks” to it and it’s “absolutely worth every dollar.” Another shopper chimed in, saying, “This has become our go to pan. We have a set of expensive cookware, but almost always use this one.”
“After trying several different nonstick pans over the years and having to throw them out because everything burned on them and ruined the pans, I decided to spend some real money and get a higher quality set of pans,” one five-star reviewer explained. “True to their advertisement, everything slides out, clean-up is amazingly simple, and they look great.” They added, “Seriously, I’ve never had so much fun cooking!”
“This pan is phenomenal!” another shopper shared. “I bought a small one for my husband to cook his eggs in and this is the best pan we have in our house. I’m going to buy a few more in different sizes. We have pots and pans in our home that cost $500 for a set and they always claim to be nonstick, which is a lie. Slowly we’ve been throwing them away. This induction pan is so awesome, easy to clean, and when it says nonstick it’s actually true.”
Head to Amazon and shop the Hansubute Induction Nonstick Stone Frying Pan for just $16 while it’s on sale.Internet Explorer Channel Network