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11 inch Grill pan with Stainless Steel handle
More user friendly than enameled cast iron, with significantly more efficient cooking properties, our lastest innovation in cast aluminum brings unmatched performance to homes and kitchens. Heirloom quality and a lifetime warranty ensure this pan will be part of family traditions for years to come. For oven and stovetop use, it features a beautiful enamel exterior that will not chip or rust. Features a beautiful, highly polished stainless steel handle. A texture-fused nonstick interior allows food to brown and sear evenly, and makes cleanup easy. No pre-seasoning necessary. Nonstick surface made without PFOA. Oven safe up to 400°F, this pan can also be used on gas, electric, and ceramic stovetops.
Use & Care
• Before initial use and after subsequent uses, hand wash in warm, soapy water and dry thoroughly.
• Dishwasher use is not recommended, as it may shorten the life of the nonstick coating and may dull the exterior of your pan.
• Scouring pads and abrasive cleaners should not be used on the exterior or interior of the pan.
• For stubborn, stuck-on foods, allow cookware to cool, then soak in hot, soapy water up to an hour and use a non-abrasive sponge safe for nonstick surfaces. Extended soaking is not recommended.
• Use moderate heat to obtain the most effective heating properties. Excessive heat can be damaging to the pan and stovetop.
• Be sure to lift, rather than slide, your Pro Cast Traditions cookware across all surfaces including your cooktop. This will ensure that no damage or scuffing occurs to your stove, counters or pan.
• Metal utensils, should not be used on the exterior or interior of the pan. Wood, nylon or silicone tools are recommended.
• Never allow cookware to boil dry or leave an empty pan on a hot burner unattended. These will both cause damage to the pan’s physical and aesthetic properties and is generally unsafe.
• Avoid stacking Pro Cast Traditions cookware to prevent
scratching. If nesting or stacking is necessary, use a soft cloth to separate the items.