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Bialetti Granito Nonstick Fry Pan, 10.25-Inch, Gray
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- Durable, easy to clean granite sear and release 3-layer nonstick interior
- Healthy - use less oil with PFOA free nonstick surface
- Thick, even heat base for superior cooking results
- Oven safe to 400 degrees Fahrenheit
- Lifetime guarantee
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Bialetti Granito Xtra Cookware
The Granito Xtra cookware from Bialetti provides a unique style and elegance with great performance. The granite style nonstick interior gives superior release and durability while being PFOA and PFOS free. The heavy gauge forged aluminum vessel provides even heating and an easy clean exterior. This cookware also features riveted silicone handle for a comfortable and secure grip. This cookware is safe to use on all stovetop except induction and is oven safe up to 400°F.
Granite Style Nonstick Interior
Interior features superior release and durability, metal utensil safe and PFOA free nonstick.
Easy Clean Exterior
Silicone polyester exterior is durable and easy to clean.
Riveted Silicone Handles
Silicone handles are comfortable, stay cool and provide superior grip.
Tempered Glass Lids
Glass lids are oven safe and allow to monitor food while cooking.
Granite Style Nonstick Interior
The granite style nonstick is a high end 3 layer nonstick coating that boasts superior release and is easy to clean. It is metal utensil safe, oven safe, and has a lifetime warranty.
- Dishwasher Safe: No
- Warranty: Lifetime Limited
- Oven Safe: Yes, 400F
- PFOA Free: Yes
- PTFE Free: No
- Metal Utensil Safe: Yes
- Induction Capable: No
Granito Xtra Cookware Assortment
A full assortment of cookware to include sauté pans, covered deep sauté, covered sauce pans, Dutch oven, griddle and a complete 10pc set.
The Bialetti Brand History
In Italy, where the kitchen is the heart of the home, where coffee is a passion and where the ritual bring friends and family together, Bialetti is found in nine of ten households. Why? Because like every true Italian, coffee is in our soul. And just as Alfonso Bialetti’s Moka Express revolutionized the art of coffee brewing, we’ve been crafting innovations that advance the art for nearly a century. Bialetti began in Italy, but has become a leading brand around the world because our high-quality products bring simplicity, functionality and beauty to the kitchen. Our advanced technology and distinctive styling combine to create solutions that are simple to use and beautifully designed. Today, the Bialetti family of products has grown. We bring a multitude of styles and colors to market. But our Italian heritage and passion live on in every line.
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Granito by Bialetti is both durable and great looking. The Granito 10.25-in Nonstick Sauté pan features a tough and easy to clean surface with a non-stick interior. This pan offers a thick, even heat aluminum base for superior cooking. Granito is PFOA free, metal utensil safe, and oven safe. The riveted handle gives a soft and secure grip, while tempered glass lids makes it easy to monitor foods while cooking. Bialetti offers a lifetime guarantee on the entire Granito cookware line.
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1. Don't cook on high temperatures, as it will degrade the ceramic coating over time.
2. Don't use abrasives when cleaning the pan. A little warm soapy water and a dishcloth or brush will loosen whatever residue remains in the pan.
3. Use oil, butter or a spread such as Smart Balance, Country Crock, etc., sparingly. You really don't need much of it.
4. Don't use the pan for deep frying food such as chicken, fish, country fried steak, etc. A cast iron pan or a regular Teflon coated pan with a good heat spreading clad core is much better. I like the Farberware Millenium for frying.
5. If you cook eggs in this pan and want then sunny side up or basted, put just a little butter or spread in the pan, medium to medium low heat, put the eggs in, wait until they start to solidify, then put in about 1/4 cup of water, turn the heat down a bit and put a lid over the pan to trap the steam. In about 40 seconds, the eggs will be perfect - yolks soft, white firm but no crustiness at all. The eggs will slide right out. A little warm soapy water and the pan is good to go.
Going to order a couple more today -- that is my endorsement.
My recommendation about these are 1. Do not use HIGH heat. You ''can'' if you want to if you are frying some sausage links and stuff like that but for anything else like omelettes or potatoes, you'll get better results on these with the heat on MEDIUM or MED-HIGH. 2. Don't use metal spatulas or utensils. They WILL damage the surface of the ceramic. 3. Don't use a scouring pad to clean these, you can wipe most cooked on food with a soft sponge and if it's really baked on (take it easy on the heat next time) let it soak for a few minutes and it should wipe right off.
I wasn't sure that I was going to like this pan. I've used other ceramic pans, and thought I wouldn't like the aluminum, but it's actually a great pan.
We did find two imperfections (little divots) in the ceramic. I'm not sure if it was part of the manufacturing or if it was the packaging that dug into it, but there are two scrape marks in the pan. I uploaded a picture to show.
The reason why I don't like aluminum is the connection some think it may have with Alzheimer's. Wether that connection is causal or not, I try to avoid aluminum cookware. Anodizing is supposed to help prevent leaching it guess, but the problem with getting two divots in the pan is that they could be exposing the aluminum underneath which I don't want.
Maybe yours won't come that way, make sure to inspect it thoroughly when it arrives.
The benefit of Aluminum is that it is lightweight, and this pan is lightweight, but also feels solid.
-- Non Stick --
The non-stick ceramic is fantastic. The instructions say to still use a little butter or oil when cooking, and I'd agree, but it certainly is nice to make some scrambled eggs and have the clean up be a snap.
The instructions say to use plastic or silicon cooking utensils (never metal or it could scratch).
For cleaning, just use soapy water and a rag. I wouldn't use anything stronger than that.
-- Chipping --
Be very careful if you're going to place another pot or pan on top of this for storage. Put something down first to protect the ceramic.
All in all, it's a great pan. Too bad it had the little marks in the ceramic. Check yours when it arrives and exchange it if it does.