What is a frying pan?
A frying pan is an appliance used to cook food, about 20 to 30 cm in diameter, a low side of the frying pan and an iron flat-bottomed cooking appliance that is inclined outward. Manufacturers now generally switch to lighter aluminum as manufacturing materials. The frying pan is suitable for roasting, baking, steaming, grilling or sautéing seafood, meat and poultry dishes, cooking vegetables or healthy snacks that are easy to eat with your fingers. Easy to use, you can cook a variety of dishes in just a few minutes.
Features of the frying pan:
1. The exhaust port allows the excess steam to be discharged, so that the air pressure in the sealed pan will not exceed the limit, and at the same time ensure that the pan is absolutely safe to use.
2. Due to the tightness of the pan body, grease and steam residues accumulate inside the upper pan. When you open the pan body, these aggregates will drip onto the grease drip frying pan. In this way, there are no more stubborn stains and residues. Smell, easy to clean up, and not messy!
3. Both sides can be cooked-just put the fish in the frying pan-let it fry on one side first, then turn it over to the other side to continue frying. The outer layer of the fish is cooked just right, and the inner layer is tender and juicy.
4. No oil droplets will escape again-the magnetic lock can be tightly sealed, so that the oil droplets of the food are not afraid of staining the cooking place.