These pans are easy to handle and maintain, but because they do have a non-stick coating, you can’t cut up food while it is still in the pan, or use metal implements, or you’ll scratch the surface, You’ will also want to take care when cleaning the pan not to use anything abrasive such as steel wool or scratchy, nylon scrubbies. Don’t use oven cleaner on these pans of anything with Chlorine bleach, If you do happen to burn something, empty out any loose food, fill the pan partly with warm water, and let it comes to a quick boil. THen turn off the stove and let the pan cool, after which it should be easy to get the burned pieces out with warm water a soft cloth. And for safety’s sake, remember that even though the handles (on the Soft Line) are cool touch and rubberized, if you put the pan in the over, you’ll need oven mitts to remove the pan. The 9.5″ soft grip fry pan I tried from The Soft Line is available in a variety of colors to suit any kitchen decor, including, black, white, blue and red. The large, soft grip, rubberized handle that make it cool to the touch, easy to grip. Food cooks quickly and evenly (you really only need to cook on low to medium heat), but slides out even if you haven’t added any oil, pan spray, or butter. No more messed up omelettes, or burned, half-broken pancakes (and that’s just for starters). These pans can be heated up to 350″ in an oven. The Soft Line includes two frying two sauce pans, and a dutch oven and some cooking utensils. The sauce pans and dutch over have clear covers with easy to grip handles. And all are guaranteed for two years.
These are truly amazing cookware items.Even if you’re not up to completely changing your lifestyle and eating habits, becoming a Fan of the Pan (the Green + Life line of cookware) can be a little change you make for the better that will make your cooking easier, more successful and a lot more fun. Visit https://www.greenpan.us/