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Homemaker Stoneware Frying Pan

Homemaker Stoneware Frying Pan

4.0 from 3 reviews

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    Darwinist77

    Darwinist77Victoria

    • 7 reviews

    Everything sticks after less than a year

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    Was initially good, but within the first few uses the foods began to stick. We have persevered, without using it very often (once a month, at most), and it is now worse than our stainless steel frypan.
    The pan itself looks totally unblemished inside, as if it is still new and unused.

    Date PurchasedNov 2016

    littlepetal

    littlepetalSydney

    • 11 reviews
    • 12 likes

    Really non stick

    published

    I bought the 24cm fry pan to make crepe. Great for omelette. Works well. Value for money. Better than those non stick fry pans. I am not disappointed. May consider other products in this range.

    Date PurchasedDec 2016
    superstar

    superstarSouth East Queensland

    • 12 reviews
    • 14 likes

    Fantastic Saucepan!

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    I had purchased Homemaker brand pots and pans before and was let down. I wasn't sure if I wanted to spend $19 on a saucepan, (they call this a frying pan, but it looks like a saucepan to me!) but thought I'd give it a go! And I'm glad I did. I have used it every morning for the last 2 weeks to cook my oatmeal in and it doesn't stick to the pan. If I let the oatmeal sit too long and it goes cold, it just glides off in one piece and there's no scrubbing! I was so happy with this purchase, I went back to buy the dutch oven, which I'll leave another review for.

    1 comment
    superstar
    superstar

    This isn't a review for the pan shown in the photo above! I'm trying to get it sorted.

    Questions & Answers

    Bev

    Bevasked

    there is a heavy gauge aluminium body in this frypan - Is it safe to use - given that we are told not to use aluminium saucepans or frying pans

    2 answers
    littlepetal
    littlepetal

    Even Scanpan and Neoflam have an aluminium base. I also use 100% ceramic pans but they do stick. I try to avoid aluminium but for some cooking like making crepe, a non stick pan is essential.

    Bev
    Bev

    thanks little petal


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