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Nonreactive Pan and Steamed Mussels

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Nonreactive Pan and Steamed Mussels

Hank | Oct 9, 2005 11:27 AM

I enjoy steamed mussels in broth very much but have never attempted the recipe at home. I’ve decided to give it a try but I’m a little concerned about my pan. A lot of the recipes I’ve found call for a noncreative pan. The only pan I have that’s large enough for the recipe (and includes a lid) is a large Analon nonstick pan. I know that aluminum is reactive, but am I safe with the Teflon coated aluminum?

TIA.

Hank

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