This large, 12" nonstick Frying Pan from Le Creuset has a generous cooking surface that has room for multiple chicken breasts, fish fillets, or even eggs and pancakes. Hard-anodized aluminum construction ensures even heat distribution across the entire pan, meaning no hot or cold spots while you sear, brown, or fry your ingredients. The ergonomic stay-cool handle allows for a comfortable, cool, and stead grip, even during transportation. The interior nonstick coating on this pan means you can use less oil, fat, and butter when cooking. This coating is dishwasher safe, making cleanup effortless. The pan is oven-safe up to 500å¡ and can be used on a variety of cooktops from electric to induction. Limited Lifetime Warranty. Le Creuset item number TNS2200-30.
From perfectly prepared omelets to carefully seared meats and fish, Le Creuset forged hard-anodized pans deliver nonstick performance with a seamless, reinforced coating that will never chip or flake. The safe and patented PFOA-free, triple-reinforced nonstick coated interior and exterior offers superb food release and easy cleanup. The ergonomic stainless steel handle stays cool to the touch for stovetop cooking. Compatible with all range types, including induction. Pans are oven-safe to 500 degrees (lids to 425 degrees). Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Wildly popular the world around, Le Creuset has been producing some of the finest stoneware and porcelain enameled cast iron cookware available anywhere since 1925, and their latest cookware lines reaffirm Le Creuset's dedication to excellence and quality. Professional chefs worldwide place a high value on not only the elegance in design but the high performance of Le Creuset, especially the thermal properties of the enameled cast-iron cookware line. Now you can make cooking fun again by bringing the excellence of Le Creuset into your home! Modern colors and timeless design principles allow you to fill your kitchen with a contemporary flare and cookware pieces that will be treasured for generations to come! Designed to enhance the culinary skills of even the most novice chef, Le Creuset offers a wide variety of products made to make kitchen work much easier. The Enameled Cast Iron line features unparalleled performance and a design to fall in love with. Heavy cast iron provides even heat distribution and the porcelain enamel makes for easy clean up. A wide variety of shapes and sizes allow for a versatility not seen in other cookware lines. The stainless steel and forged hard-anodized nonstick cookware lines are a must have for anyone seeking to reduce the toil involved with everyday cooking. These lines feature only the highest quality steel; and the forged hard-anodized line comes with a nonstick cooking surface that resists scratching and allows you to cook with less oil for a healthier meal. If durability and toughness are required, look no further than the Le Creuset Stoneware line! This line is extremely scratch resistant and can be used with temperatures from below freezing to 500å¡ F and everywhere in between! With handcrafted designs that are made to last for many generations, it's easy to see why Le Creuset has been adored around the world for over 80 years. Get yours today and enjoy all that Le Creuset has to offer!
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Remove all packaging and labels. Wash the pan in hot, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Condition the interior nonstick cooking surface by rubbing a film of vegetable or corn oil over the entire cooking surface with a paper towel. Rinse the pan with hot water and dry thoroughly. The pan is now ready for use. Occasional re-conditioning will help protect the surface and promote a longer life. Do not condition the black exterior.
When frying in an uncoated pan, season the food only after searing on the hot surface. Turn food only when the surface has seared and is easily released. Reduce the temperature after searing.
Use medium and low heat settings for the majority of cooking on all heat sources, and allow the pan to heat gradually and evenly. When searing meat, poultry or fish, a medium high heat can be used initially, but once the pan is hot and the food added, the heat should be lowered. The pan should never be used on the highest heat setting for either preheating or cooking. Excessive surface temperatures will damage the nonstick cooking surface. See section on details of misuse.
Always use a stovetop burner that is similar in size to the base of the pan. Gas flames must always be confined to the base area and never extend up the sidewalls of the pan. On any glass-topped stove always lift the pan to move it. Never slide the pan, as this may cause damage to the stovetop or the base of the pan.
The maximum safe temperature for oven use is 500°F / 260°C. When used under a hot broiler there should be a minimum distance of two inches (5cm) between the heat source and the top rim of the pan.
Use of Le Creuset Silicone Tools are recommended. You can also use wooden or heat-resistant plastic tools. Metal tools, spoons or balloon whisks may be used with care, but should not be used harshly or scraped over the nonstick surface. Do not knock these on the top rim of the pan. Knives or other utensils with sharp edges should never be used to cut foods on the nonstick surface. Hand-held electric or battery-operated beaters should not be used on the nonstick surface. Always use an oven mitt or silicone Cool Tool when handling a hot pan during and after cooking.
Oils and fats
Add a little oil or fat to the cooking surface before heating begins. This will improve the flavor and browning of foods. At no time should the oil or fat become hot enough to smoke. If this occurs, cool the pan before proceeding. For fat-free cooking, preheat the pan on a medium heat setting for approximately two minutes before adding the food. Do not leave the pan unattended during this time or allow the dry nonstick surface to overheat, as permanent damage may occur.
Food storage and marinating
Do not store raw, marinating or cooked foods in the pans. The ingredients may damage the surface.
Cleaning and Care
Cool the pan for a few minutes before cleaning. Do not plunge a hot pan into cold water. Only recommended nonstick cleaning pads should be used on the nonstick surfaces. Do not use any metal or abrasive pads or abrasive cleaning agents on any of the surfaces. The pan is dishwasher-safe, but washing by hand is recommended. Simply wash with hot, soapy water, and rinse and dry thoroughly. If the pan is regularly washed in the dishwasher some darkening of the rivets and outer ring of the base may occur, or a powdery white deposit may form. This is normal and will not affect the performance of the pan. The surface dulling or white deposits can be removed by carefully cleaning the affected areas with a gentle nylon pad and detergent. After cleaning, rinse and dry thoroughly. Each time the pan is cleaned in the dishwasher, the cooking surface should be re-conditioned with vegetable or corn oil before the next use.
Le Creuset Heat-Resistant Glass Lids
Add another dimension to cooking with a Le Creuset Forged Hard-Anodized pan by using a Le Creuset heat-resistant glass lid. The tempered glass lid allows you to check the recipe without disturbing the cooking progress or temperature. It retains moisture and flavor and converts the pan to one for poaching, braising or casseroling. The lids are oven-safe up to 425°F.
Misuse of the Nonstick Surface
The Le Creuset 10-year guarantee does not cover damage to the nonstick surface caused by overheating or scratching. Overheating: Damage from overheating during cooking is instantly recognizable. The nonstick surface becomes discolored, and in severe cases will blister or peel away from the pan. Scratching: Score marks or severe scratching caused by heavy use of metal tools is not covered by the warranty. Such damage is permanent and will result in a reduction of the nonstick release performance.