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Featured today, The Non-Stick 26cms Frying Pan from Gastroguss.

Gastroguss 26cm Non-stick Frying Pan

Gastroguss 26cm Non-stick Frying Pan


The 26cms frying pan from Gastroguss is ideal for searing lamb chops, frying up tasty country potatoes, is excellent for sealing beef and works a treat when creating a mixed grill!

This good sized pan is great for low fat or even no fat frying. We don’t think you will find a better frying pan anywhere, other than the different sized pans in the range of course!

Main features include its solid and heavy build quality with a securely attached handle. Easy to clean is an understatement. I can rave about this for hours but you won’t really understand just how easy they are to maintain until you try one!

Today’s featured pan is 26.0cms in diameter with a depth of 5.0cms. The extra thick and absolutely flat microfine turned base offers optimal heat transition & distribution and complete hob contact. The high quality coated surface also makes it completely ovenproof to 260 degrees.

Available now from Proleno, on the web at www.proleno.com, on the phone on 0207 965 7199

A relative newcomer to the UK market, Gastroguss cookware is something a bit special. The manufacturer, AMT Gastroguss, is outfitter and sponsor of the German National Culinary Team (imagine a row of chefs on starting blocks). You don’t need to be a competitive cook, however, to appreciate the quality of their products. Each piece is individually cast in aluminium, then coated by blasting with titanium particles at supersonic speeds using a patented process. The result is a non-stick surface, without the use of Teflon, that is hard-wearing and durable.

I first encountered Gastroguss about 2 years ago when I bought the square griddle pan. At the time, the shop assistant told me that I would be back for more – and she was right! Two weeks later I was back for a set of saucepans and frying pans. Confirming their hard-wearing properties, they have withstood my assaults with metal forks, spoons and spatulas. I have managed to mark them, it’s true, but they retain their non-stick properties. It is recommended that you don’t put these in a dishwasher (which I haven’t) but cleaning with some soapy water is so easy that it isn’t a chore.
square griddle pan
If you are looking for quality cookware you should check out the Gastroguss range (they also have models suitable for induction hobs). Be warned, though, these pans may be made of aluminium but they are not light!