Zojirushi EP-PBC10 Gourmet d’Expert Electric Skillet

January 13, 2018 - Comment

The Zojirushi Gourmet d’Expert Electric Skillet is a multi-functional electric skillet with a titanium ceramic nonstick coated cooking pan that is 2-1/4-Inch deep to accommodate stew-type foods, and 10-1/2-Inch wide for grilling and sauteing. Adjustable temperature settings from 176 degrees F (keep warm) to 430 degrees F. This skillet can also be used for grilling

The Zojirushi Gourmet d’Expert Electric Skillet is a multi-functional electric skillet with a titanium ceramic nonstick coated cooking pan that is 2-1/4-Inch deep to accommodate stew-type foods, and 10-1/2-Inch wide for grilling and sauteing. Adjustable temperature settings from 176 degrees F (keep warm) to 430 degrees F. This skillet can also be used for grilling and the cooking pan can be used directly on the stovetop burner making it multifunctional. I has a tempered glass lid to monitor the cooking process. It dissembles for easy cleaning and has a detachable magnetic power cord for safety. The handles stay cool and makes removal of cooking pan quick and easy.

Product Features

  • Large multi-functional electric skillet
  • Durable cooking pan ideal for sauteing, stewing and grilling
  • Adjustable temperature settings
  • Recipes included
  • Stay cool side handles make removal of cooking pan quick, safe and easy

Comments

Marna Kate says:

Excellent Skillet I’d give this skillet four and a half stars if it were possible. It seems sturdy and well made. I love being able to remove the pan to clean it. The heat can be controlled precisely and there are no hot spots. Also, the heat doesn’t cycle on and off abruptly the way other skillets I have used in the past did, and I like that. It is by far the best-performing skillet I have ever used. Since the sides are fairly high there is a lot less grease spatter than with shallower skillets. I have two…

ringo says:

“simmer” means with the lid off (and some other useful tips) I got the Zojirushi electric fry pan because we own a Zojirushi bread maker which has lasted a very long time. I had mixed feelings about the fryer but, so far I am happy with it. I mostly use it for frying eggs. It does a great job getting the eggs done just right without any sticking. My only minor complaint is that it has a crowned bottom which causes the food to slide to the edge of the pan. I thought this would be a problem in flipping the eggs but the coating is so slick that this…

Anonymous says:

This skillet (really a shabu-shabu pot) and an electric teakettle were my only cooking devices for two full weeks (we had the gas off for a remodel), so I got to know it pretty well. It will do almost anything you ask of it, but you have to know its foibles.- the bottom is bowed up very slightly. This makes perfect engineering sense – a completly flat metal surface will warp outward over time as it repeatedly cools and heats (unless it’s a multiply like all-clad), and once it’s…

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