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Frying pans are indispensable cookware items for cooks all around the world. Chances are any cuisine uses one form of a frying pan or the other for their cultural cuisine. Frying pans are round, relatively shallow, pans made typically from either aluminum, cast-iron, iron, stainless steel, or steel. What is a skillet then? It’s exactly the same thing! There is no difference between a frying pan or a skillet besides the preference of the word. However, there are still varying types of pans, or skillets, that serve different purposes in the kitchen.
Why use the non-stick frying pan?
For everyday use, a cook’s dream is a durable, non-stick pan. These pans make daily meals from breakfast to lunch an absolute breeze. Cooked food typically slides right off the surface and onto the plate, leaving minimal cleanup. Non-stick frying pans are also optimal in decreasing the amount of cooking oil, butter, or other fats to grease the surface of your pan to notice the same effects.
Cast Iron Skillets
Cast iron skillets are the epitome of rustic cooking. They shine, not with their smooth coating but, with their durability. Cast iron pans are known for their strength in handling just about anything from thick slabs of steak to delicate desserts. They are often passed down in the household since it is significantly difficult to scratch, scrape, or break the pans in any harmful way. They retain heat far longer than most materials, which makes it optimal for keeping food warm long after it has finished cooking. Cast irons are also a go-to choice for camping or outdoor cooking since they do not blacken or become damaged from flame exposure.