OXO Good Grips Non-Stick Pro Dishwasher safe 12″ Open Frypan

February 13, 2018 - Comment

The OXO Good Grips Non-Stick Pro Cookware line features effortless food release and overall superior performance. Each piece offers a thoughtful design, from heavy-gauge anodized aluminum and stay-cool stainless steel handles to drip-free pouring edges and a dishwasher safe coating. The German-engineered, PFOA-free, 3-Layer Non-Stick coating allows for effortless food release with minimal oil or

The OXO Good Grips Non-Stick Pro Cookware line features effortless food release and overall superior performance. Each piece offers a thoughtful design, from heavy-gauge anodized aluminum and stay-cool stainless steel handles to drip-free pouring edges and a dishwasher safe coating. The German-engineered, PFOA-free, 3-Layer Non-Stick coating allows for effortless food release with minimal oil or butter, and the durable, scratch-resistant, Hard-Adonized Aluminum construction ensures superior heat conduction and even cooking. The contoured, comfortable handles stay cool to the touch and are riveted to provide a secure grip. The durable, all-metal construction is perfect for all stovetops, except induction, and can move directly from the stovetop to oven (oven-safe up to 430 Degree Fahrenheit/220 Degree Celsius). The Non-Stick Pro Cookware line is dishwasher safe for quick and easy cleanup. The 12″ Open Fry pan is great for caramelizing onions, sautéing vegetables, and more.

Product Features

  • Hard-Anodized aluminum ensures superior heat retention and even cooking
  • German-Engineered, PFOA-free, 3-layer, non-stick coating allows for effortless food release
  • Unique rolled edges designed for drip free pouring of sauces, reductions and more
  • Contoured handles designed to stay cool to the touch for a comfortable grip
  • Durable, scratch-resistant materials are oven safe up to 430 Degree Fahrenheit and dishwasher safe

Comments

Gary Hopkins says:

Great Skillet and Vendor!

Corgi Lover says:

A Fine Inexpensive Piece of Cookware This pan is what I needed for a Cook’s recipe book. However, the book recommends the lesser priced pan and the difference is this model can take 425F where the other one can’t. I think Cook’s One Pan Wonders book needs to update that information since some recipes call for oven-safe skillet with temps at 375F or higher.I would have liked to see this model with side handle like professional pans, as taking out of the oven might be easier. And an option to include a lid would have been…

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