The aluminum alloy non-stick pan itself is non-toxic, but if the temperature exceeds 260 degrees, the coating on the non-stick pan will cause carcinogens. But generally speaking, even if it is fried in a large oil pan, it can only reach 200 degrees at most. As long as the cooking temperature is properly controlled, there is no need to worry about the Teflon coating of the non-stick pan to differentiate harmful substances, and it can be used safely. Will not harm human health.
Most of the aluminum alloy non-stick pans on the market are coated with a non-stick coating on the bottom of the pan. This coating uses a chemical substance called Teflon, whose scientific name is polytetrafluoroethylene.
This kind of substance will differentiate into harmful substances at a high temperature of 260 degrees, but only need to properly control the cooking temperature, there is no need to worry about the Teflon coating of the non-stick pan to differentiate into harmful substances. It can be used safely without harm. Human health.
Non-stick pans generally have iron, aluminum, stainless steel and alloy steel materials. Among them, aluminum alloy materials have good thermal conductivity. Generally, aluminum alloy non-stick pans are used for gas cookers. Induction cookers are more suitable for stainless steel or iron. Alloy steel cookware.
There are some problems with the coating of non-stick pans on the market, and many do not meet the national standards. There are often some problems, so everyone thinks that non-stick pans are poisonous. We should keep our eyes open when buying non-stick pans, and choose non-stick pans from large brands that can be trusted.