Tramontina 80114/535DS Professional Nonstick Restaurant Fry Pan, 10-Inch, Natural Aluminum

Tramontina 80114/535DS Professional Nonstick Restaurant Fry Pan, 10-Inch, Natural Aluminum

Tramontina 80114/535DS Professional Nonstick Restaurant Fry Pan, 10-Inch, Natural Aluminum
@ Tramontina’s professional nonstick restaurant fry pans are designed and manufactured to withstand the rigors of a professional kitchen, but easily adapt to home and non-commercial use. A reinforced nonstick coating ensures effortless cooking and cleanup, while the removable, red silicone, soft-grip handle provides easy maneuverability. The Tramontina professional nonstick fry pans are part of the Tramontina professional collection, a series of items designed and crafted to optimize performance in both restaurant and gourmet kitchens. Design, material, finishes and fixtures are carefully selected to provide exceptional durability to match the expectations of professional chefs. Lifetime warranty. Made in USA with imported components

  • Commercial-Grade 3004 aluminum in thick construction for even heat transfers and superior durability with NSF-certification
  • High-Performance reinforced PFOA-free eclipse nonstick for effortless release of foods and fast cleanup
  • Triple riveted cast-stainless steel handle with removable, soft-grip red silicone sleeve features a convenient hang-hole to store on pot racks
  • Dishwasher and oven-safe (up to 400 degree Fahrenheit or 204 degree Celsius) and compatible with gas, electric and ceramic glass cooktops
  • Made in USA with imported components

List Price: $ 34.95

Price: $ 34.95

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  1. AnotherConsumer says
    61 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Pan! Don’t overheat it or it might assassinate you!, November 14, 2014
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    AnotherConsumer (Cortlandt Manor, NY USA) –

    Great pan! But don’t overheat it! I overheated mine today and it tried to kill me 🙂 I heard what sounded like a gunshot, and then a bullet ricocheting around my kitchen …..

    The Rivet blew its cap off explosively. Reminded me of a scene from Das Boot, where the submarine is failing from overpressure, and rivets are going off and wounding or killing the sailors ….

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  2. Sandy Toes says
    24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My Favorite Frypan, October 21, 2013
    By 
    Sandy Toes (Wesley Chapel, FL) –
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    I cook primarily on high quality clad stainless steel, carbon steel and cast iron. However, for some things, only true nonstick will do. That’s where these frypans from Tramontina enter. I use them primarily for stir frying and sautéing vegetables. They’re unsurpassed for omelets and scrambles, too. I fry my eggs on carbon steel crepe pans, but my dude prefers the 8″ Tramontina.

    They’re quite substantial, made of thick, heavy aluminum. They strike an almost perfect balance between responsiveness and heat retention. The pans are heavy enough that even the smallest 8″ pan isn’t the least bit tippy, despite having a relatively long, heavy handle. They’re also light enough that I can toss vegetables and rice with one hand. That’s the beauty of aluminum. Even when it’s quite thick as these pans are, it is very lightweight.

    The nonstick coating is far superior to other inexpensive pans, and I consider these in that category. I’m not gentle, have been known to use metal utensils (almost exclusively) and mine are still holding up well. My pans are 6 years old and still very much nonstick, although they do require a bit of oil now. Not much, just a little, and only for eggs. Everything else slides right out of the pan. The only problem I’ve had has come from family members who think it’s fine to heat empty aluminum pans on med-high or high. It’s not, and mine have warped as a result of this abuse. I’ve replaced the 2 warped pans and now jealously watch when others cook.

    If you treat these pans right, and follow the cooking/cleaning instructions, you’ll get many years of happy cooking from them. Use wooden or silicone utensils, nothing higher than medium heat when the pan is dry, and hand wash.

    My only complaint is that these pans are solid aluminum and will not work on an induction cooker, which has me shopping for replacement pans as I make the switch from electric. If you know of any heavy quality nonstick for induction, post a comment, please. I’m going to miss them!

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  3. Customer in Berkeley, CA says
    20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best nonstick, June 8, 2013
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    I have this series, and also the ones recommended by Americas Test Kitchen. this one is better by far. It is heavy and has strong and even heating. It has a flat bottom (as opposed to the ATK one), and also the silicone handle is removable so it is OK in the oven. I have tried many many nonstick pans, this one is very nonstick, and is also better than my All Clad nonstick pans (and WAY cheaper). But this series.
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