How To Fry Food And Love The Cleanup

How To Fry Food And Love The Cleanup

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Do you love to fry food but hate the cleanup? Today it’s all about how to fry food and love the cleanup. Here’s the deal, I received an email from Zyliss, you know the company we all have a lettuce knife made by? Well, they asked me if I would test one of their new cooking pans. So of course, I agreed, because I love my lettuce knife, my soup ladle, pancake turner and slotted spoon made by the company. Remember, I used to work at a kitchen store and they sold all the top notch products, so I have all of them. They last for years. I’m sharing my opinion on the pan, but let’s be real here, yes I was given this awesome fry pan with a glass lid for writing a review. I can tell you right now, I love this pan, and I’ll tell you why as part of today’s post. Check out the giveaway below too. I love it so much I want to give one of my readers a pan just like the one I was given. P.S. You can enter every day until it ends.

You don’t have to cook with butter, oil or vegetable spray. Yay, I’m trying to cut down on calories, so this is awesome. I decided to fry freshly chopped onions with some hamburger so we could have homemade tacos for dinner. I must admit, I haven’t made tacos for a long time. The thing about frying hamburger with onions is they tend to stick to the pan if I don’t spray the pan with some vegetable oil. I chopped the onions and placed the meat and the onions together into the pan and turned on the heat.

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You can use metal tools and this pan is dishwasher safe, WHAT? That never is the case in most really good pans. I did use my Zyliss pancake turner because that’s what I use all the time. It’s not metal, but I used a metal spoon to scoop the taco meat out of the pan. This Zyliss fry pan has a 10-year non-stick guarantee, I love this!

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Zyliss Fry Pan Quality

3-layer non-stick coating, nothing sticks to this frying pan

Layer #1 Holding Primer

Layer #2 Ceramic Reinforced Coating

Layer #3 Sealing Layer

Rockpearl Plus Technology

This fry pan features the advanced Rockpearl Plus Swiss Technology. The base of the frying pan undergoes a blasting treatment in order to create a strong surface for long lasting non-stick.

Ergonomic Soft Touch Handle

This pan is designed for maximum comfort when handling.

Bonus Items

Dishwasher safe.

Hand wash with hot soapy water and dry by hand if desired.

Metal tool safe.

Oven safe to up to 180 degrees C and up to 350 degrees F.

Even heat distribution.

Hard wearing and durable.

Do not use scouring pads, scouring powder, or metal scourers, they will damage the finish. P.S. You won’t need them, I promise. This Zyliss fry pan washed up with a washrag and hot soapy water.

Fry Food Without Butter, Oil or Vegetable Spray

This is an 11-inch saute pan with glass lid (I love that it has two handles!!)

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I wanted you to see how awesome the bottom is, this is one sturdy fry pan!!

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I didn’t have to use any vegetable spray!!! Yay! The cleanup was easy and no scrubbing whatsoever! I love it!

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And who doesn’t love a taco for Sunday dinner? I could put salsa on everything I eat, almost…   Just think of all the things that we can eat with tacos: hamburger, ground turkey, shredded beef, shredded pork, lettuce, cheese, beans, rice, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, peppers, sour cream and lots of salsa.

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Now let’s get onto the giveaway. I know one of you will love this pan as much as I do to fry food! Good luck!!!

Zyliss Website

This Zyliss 11-inch saute pan giveaway is open to any resident who is 18 years of age or older who lives in one of the 48 US Contiguous States. Zyliss and social media channels are not involved in contributing or sponsoring this giveaway. This giveaway starts on Monday, September 4th, 2017 at 5:00 am (MDT) and ends on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at 5:00 pm (MDT). The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours we will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Please check your SPAM email folders. Good luck to everyone! Let’s be prepared for the unexpected!

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  1. I was looking for a great pan for my husband to replace his ancient non-stick one. It just wasn’t so non-stick anymore. Ordered this with the coupon code – less money than Amazon and free shipping. Thanks Linda!

    • Hi, Ellen, you will love the pan, maybe you will win another. If your name is chosen tell me and I will order a different one for you. Please remind if you receive an email saying you have won. Remeber you can enter every day. WooHoo! Good luck, Linda

  2. Rita Saumweber says:

    Looks like a great pan. I certainly could use a nonstick pan, I don’t like using all that extra oil and spray for cooking. Thanks for the review.

    • Hi Rita, I remember the Teflon pans and after a few months, the Teflon was peeling. These are so much nicer. Please remember you can enter the giveaway every day. I wanted to make it easy for my readers to enter. Email only, no hoops to jump through. Good luck, Linda

  3. Linda, thanks for the chance to win what looks & sounds like a wonderful, non-stick pan!
    I didn’t see the code, could you help me with this? Ill blame it on the 104 plus earthquakes. I’m all shook up!!! lol

  4. This looks great, I would love to have one!

  5. I’m looking for a new fry pan. Can you please tell me how this compares to the copper pots and pans that are for sale. Is this fry pan from Zyliss better than a copper fry pan? I would love to know from anyone that has the experience of owning both to give a comparison review.

    • Hi, Irene, I have never used a copper fry pan, so I can’t answer that question. Let’s see if a reader has used one. I looked at a review for one copper fry pan and it can withstand temperatures up to 500 degrees. But it also said the food sometimes sticks and the coating comes off. I would look at a few reviews of the one you’re interested in. Maybe some readers have used one. Let’s see. Linda

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