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Ceramic Lined Pans Question

September 16th, 2011 at 11:10 am

My TeflonŽ coated 16 inch skillet is getting scratched up and the lining is wearing off badly. I have decided not to buy anymore of this type of pan in the future. I've got a set of hard andonized pots and pans, which I love but were very expensive gifts, but nothing near so big as my skillet. I saw some ceramic lined pans that are big enough, but I have never used ceramic cookware. Anyone have any experience with it? Is it good? Does it cook evenly? Does the lining scratch? Is it easy to clean?

I'm just wondering if I should muddle through with the scratched pan and save up for a big andonized skillet I can buy online or if the ceramic is worth buying for far less money?

I use this pan for a lot of stuff, my spaghetti sauce recipe, noodle dinners, stew, enchilada sauce, chili, etc., so not replacing it is not an option, though I can hold out a while longer.

3 Responses to “Ceramic Lined Pans Question”

  1. Savor Each Day Says:

    I have 1 ceramic loaf pan and love it. It cleans nicely. I would buy more if I could find them. I too am in Washington State so if you know of a store that carries them, please let me know.

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    I saw them in a kitchen outlet store at the outlet mall in Burlington, but I don't remember the name of it. Actually it might have been the one in Tulalip. That was a few months ago. I know the grocery store chain Haggen/Top Foods sells the smaller skillets and some oven cookware this is ceramic because I saw them today when I went to one and last week when I went to another.

  3. Savor Each Day Says:

    I'll check the next time I am at Top Foods. Thank you!

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