Frying properly. Simply properly.


You need three things to fry food properly: 

  • A suitable pan 
  • the right technique 
  • a suitable fat.

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Stainless steel pans for quick browning.

Perfectly suitable for unbreaded meat, e.g. steak, duck breast, poultry, etc.


The proper way to fry unbreaded meat:

  1. Heat the pan to medium heat (2/3 oven maximum) without adding any fat/oil.
  2. Wait 3-4 minutes.
  3. The water drop test is perfect for checking when the right temperature has been reached: Use your fingers to flick a couple of drops of cold water into the pan. If the drops form clear beads that "dance" in the pan, the right temperature has been reached. If there is a "hiss" and the drops of water evaporate, the pan is still too cold.
  4. Wipe the water from the hot pan, for example, with a paper towel.
  5. Add fat/oil to the pan to suit your tastes.
  6. Add the food to be fried to the pan. The food should be at room temperature and not salted.
  7. The food to be fried sticks to the pan at first, but will become detached later. After 2-3 minutes, turn the frying food. 
  8. To check, raise the frying food slightly at the edge; it should detach itself easily without the need for any force.

Extremely long service life
Our stainless steel products are extremely durable, scratch-resistant, and dishwasher-proof. For simple cleaning, we recommend leaving the pan on the stove (using the residual heat) with some warm water and dishwashing liquid for a brief time. You can then rinse the pan easily.

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protect

Coated pans for gentle frying.


Particularly suitable for delicate foods, e.g. egg dishes, breaded vegetables, fish, pasta, etc.


The proper way to fry gently:

  1. Smear the pan with a little fat/oil.
  2. Heat the pan up to medium heat (2/3 oven maximum); never heat to full heat in order to avoid damaging the coating.
  3. You can add as much fat/oil to the pan as you like for your tastes, but this is not a requirement for a protect pan.
  4. Add the food to be fried to the pan and fry it to the desired level of browning on both sides.

Easy to clean

After frying, simply rinse the pan with hot running water or wipe it clean with a paper towel. To ensure a long service life, we recommend cleaning the pan by hand with cleaning agents that do not scratch or scour. 


Tip: Smear the pan with a little cooking oil from time to time.

crispy ceramic

Ceramic-coated pans


Ideal for hearty dishes, like sausages, émincés, meatballs, schnitzels, roast potatoes, etc.

The proper way to fry in a ceramic-coated pan:

  1. Before every use, add enough fat/oil to the pan.
  2. As a maximum, always heat the pan to medium heat (2/3 oven maximum).
  3. Add the food to be fried to the pan and fry it to the desired level of browning  on both sides.

 



Easy to clean
After frying, first let the pan cool properly and then wipe it clean with a paper towel. To guarantee a long pan life, please clean by hand with cleaning agents that do not scratch or scour. Never clean coated pans in the dishwasher.


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