Demeyere Proline 5-Star 11" Frying Pan
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- 11-inch fry pan for your Atlantis or Apollo collection; great for omelets, sauteing and frying with or without fat
- Features 4.8mm 7-Ply Material combining layers of stainless steel, a core of aluminum and aluminum alloys incorporated from rim to rim.
- Unique Silvinox surface treatment improves the resistance of stainless steel preventing discoloration, tarnishing and dulling due to handling, and contact with aggressive detergents and certain foods. Silvinox is also easy to clean.
- Stay-cool handles are welded for strength and are more hygienic. There are no rivets or edges to trap food.
- Oven proof, can be used for all types of hobs, gas, electric and induction; Dishwasher safe.30 year warranty against defects
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|Item Dimensions||13.7 x 22.3 x 4.3 in||7.1 x 9.4 x 2 in||12.5 x 20.5 x 2 in||7.1 x 9.4 x 2 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Size||11"||9.4 IN||12-Inch||7.9 IN|
Located in Herentals near Antwerp in the heart of Belgium and founded in 1908, Demeyere has specialized in the production of high quality, state of the art, top-end stainless steel cookware in a wide variety of products and range. The only producer to make cookware specifically to suit different cooking methods, each technological requirement is quite different for boiling, frying, stirring and slow cooking. Therefore, the construction of each type needs to have a different technology application. Ideal for induction stoves, Demeyere cookware is completely oven safe and can be used with gas, electric, ceramic or halogen stovetops. With the comfortably designed stay cool cast stainless steel welded handles, the unique Silvinox surface treatment for easy maintenance and drip free rims for easy pouring, the Atlantis collection combines both function and beauty. Whether it is the Inductoseal technology combining the 7 layers of stainless steel and copper core hermetically sealed in the base of saucepans, sauce pots, stockpots or stockpots or the 7 ply Material used for fry pans, conical sauteuses and woks, all Atlantis cookware is comprised of durable, warp resistant, heavy gauge 7-ply material for perfect heat distribution. To achieve the best results for all types of cooking there is no such thing as one unique technology to be applied. The unique concept of 7 ply material adapted to a given cooking vessel for a specific function will give you optimal heat distribution and the finest cooking control. These wonderful pieces are dishwasher safe, come with a 30 year warranty and are made in Belgium.
Top Customer Reviews
I don't like it, I love it.
With an induction cooktop, this very heavy cookware heats quickly and evenly, all the way to the edges. On an electric cooktop it does the same. It browns meat beautifully. Burned food (yes, I wasn't watching it closely enough) actually comes off without leaving a mark of any kind on it, after a light scrub with a teflon pad or some BarKeepers Friend.
A similar incident on a $60 pan from Bed Bath and Beyond left the discolored stainless steel aura all over the inside of the pan that could not be removed with any amount of prayer or scrubbing. (Like the older Revere Ware.)
So, yes it is three times as expensive. But I will not ever have to replace it. (It has a thirty year warranty and I probably haven't got much longer than that myself, so it's all good.)
It is heavy - not as heavy as something like Le Crueset, but much heavier than the stuff you buy locally. Take that into account if you are elderly with limited hand strength - this isn't for frail individuals. The handle does not get hot, even though it is welded to the pan. And this is a small thing, but rather important from an "ease of cleaning" standpoint - the interior is smooth. There are no handle rivets to get gunked up with food inside the pan, and make cleaning a chore.
Totally worth it! Excellent cookware!
I actually think people put too much emphasis on their cookware. As long as you're not cooking in a bad pan (e.g. a $20 one from Ikea), most pans work well. People fall for the cookware endorsed by Martha Stewart and Michel Bras and other celebrity chefs. When I was picking out cookware, I almost decided to go with Mauviel upon seeing a large display of it, simply because it looked nice and I knew it was a "high class" brand of cookware. That said, these pans have the benefit of working on induction stoves and having welded (rivet-less) handles. (Mine has a helper handle across from the main handle, but I don't see it in this picture?) My dad has restaurant-grade pans (Lincoln or WearEver), and they perform similarly despite the price difference. His are, however, not ones I'd leave out or display in an open kitchen system.
I also own Demeyere stock pots and sauce pans, and like them all.
This pan is incredibly heavy, which took some time to get use to but so well made. It takes a while to heat up as others have mentioned. I use the water test to make sure it's at the correct temperature before adding anything, including oil. (Check out the free video on [...]- they have sample videos and one of them is on pan frying.) Once the pan is at the desired temperature, food does not stick and it cleans up beautifully. If it's not at the right temperature, it's a mess to clean. (I've learned the hard way.) You do have to make sure to keep the flame down to medium, even while heating for best results. I treat it much like preheating my oven. Put it on the stove, then start preparing my ingredients and within 5 minutes or so it's ready. If it is a bit messy, I will add a little white wine over the heat as if I'm deglazing, works like a charm. Also use barkeepers when needed; but am now ordering Demeyere's special soap to give it a try to. I love the 11" size, perfect for my family of four. Also looks beautiful hanging from my pot rack! It's an investment, so I am buying one piece at a time.
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Feels terrific in the hand -- sturdy handle. Food cooks beautifully -- eggs slide right off when I fry them.Read more
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