Ecolution, Artistry, Fry Pan, 9 ½ in, 1 Pan (Discontinued Item)
- Shipping Weight: 6.15 lbs (2.79kg)
- Product Code: ELN-41843
- UPC Code: 741393418439
- Package Quantity: 1 Pan
- Dimensions: 18 x 11 x 3.15 in, 1.7 lbs (0.77kg)
- Squeeze Our Silicone Handle
- Ok, Now Let Go
- PFOA Free
- A Safer Solution For Healthy & Eco-Friendly Cooking
- Cook Well. Do Good
- Hydrolon - Water Based Non-Sick
- Groovy Rings On The Bottom Distribute Heat To The Max
We have a huge eco.
Eco is part of our name and our products. If you share a genuine concern for the planet, we have something in common. We believe that cooking well in the kitchen and doing good for the planet can happen at the same time.
Squeeze. Our soft silicone handle is easy to grip and stays cool.
Groovy rings on the bottom of the pan distribute heat evenly to the MAX.
It's that easy.
Hydrolon is our ecologically advanced, water based non-stick coating. "Made without PFOA" means safer for you and fewer greenhouse gases.
Not a flash in the pan.
We have been selling cookware for generations. From our family to yours, we say Cook Well. Do Good.
Please carefully review the following use, care and safety instructions, which contain important information for the use and safe enjoyment of your new cookware.
Before using your new cookware for the first time, remove all labels, wash your pan in warm, soapy water, rinse and dry. For best results, the non-stick surface should be "conditioned" by wiping the Interior of the pan with a light coating of cooking oil. All non-stick surfaces benefit from periodic "conditioning", especially after repeated automatic dishwasher cleaning.
Cooking on the Stovetop
Best results are obtained by preheating your cookware for 2 to 3 minutes on low heat. Recommended Heat Setting for Stovetop Cooking:
Use high heat for boiling and deducing liquids.
Use medium-high heat for searing, sauteing, frying and stir-frying.
Use low heat to warm foods, simmer or prepare delicate sauces.
Continuous high heat may discolor and damage your cookware. Select the right size burner to fit the bottom of the pan and adjust gas flames so they do not extend up the sides of the pan. Minor scratches will not harm the non-stick performance or affect food cooking in the pan. Keep handles from extending over the front edge of the range where they can be snagged by clothing or small hands. Be sure to position handles away from the burners to keep them from getting hot. Remember: Put safety first! The handles of your cook ware are constructed to minimize heat transfer. Touch lightly to be sure the handles have not become hot. Use oven mitts or potholders if necessary.
Immediately after cooking, remove pan from heat and let it cool on a heat-resistant surface. Do Not Pour Water Into A Hot Pan. This can cause grease to splatter and can cause the bottom of the pan to warp. Always wash pan thoroughly with soap and water after each use. Brief cleaning with a dishcloth may not remove all food or grease particles which may settle into the non-stick finish. If not removed, they may burn when the pan is reheated, causing stains and reducing the non-stick quality. To remove stubborn spots, use a non-abrasive plastic mesh pad. Use only those products which clearly state safe for non-stick surfaces. Do not use steel wool or coarse scouring pads or powder. Your cookware is dishwasher safe and may be washed in an automatic dishwasher. A spotted white film (minerals from water, buildup of detergents from the automatic dishwasher) may form on the non-stick surface. This film can be removed by rubbing the non-stick or anodized surface with a sponge dipped in lemon juice or vinegar. Then wash, rinse, dry and recondition the non-stick surface with cooking oil.
The handles are designed to "stay-cool" during use; however, they will eventually get hot during an extended cooking session. Use of pot holders is always recommended. Do Not Leave An Empty Pot On A Hot Burner Or Allow Liquids To Boil Dry. Besides wasting energy, it may impair the pan's performance or discolor or damage it. Do Not Store Food In A Pan After Cooking. Always transfer to another container. This cookware is oven safe up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not put the pan in the oven at any temperature over 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
For The Best Food Release
Always start with a clean pan. Wash carefully and be sure you've removed all the traces of cooking oil and food before you store your pan. Remove food from the refrigerator 10 minutes before you intend to cook. Remember to pre-heat your pan. When cooking do not add salt to your pan until the liquid is at boiling point.
Only use nylon or wooden utensils for Ecolution non-stick cookware. You should Never cut or chop in the pan with a metal utensil. Slight surface marks and abrasions are Normal and will not affect the performance of the non-stick coating. Metal will cut into the non-stick and should be avoided.