My wife has said that she wants a non-stick sauté pan the size of my 32cm Proline. She likes the Proline, but she wants something non-stick. I on the other hand don't want to spend Proline levels of money on something that will likely only last a few years. So I come to you my fellow Hounds to save me from this dilemma. The required specs are:
- Induction capable, with an induction base diameter of at least 26cm.
- Non-stick (not ceramic, as the last one of those we had was non-stick for about 2 months and then...)
- Large cooking surface
- Available in Europe
- Good quality / price ratio.
Right now I'm considering the Tefal Talent E44008, which is on a one day special for €31 with Amazon DE, but I'm open to any restaurant models as well.
Edit: I need to clarify that the *base* should be 26cm. That typically either means a 32cm pan with sloping sides, or a 28cm pan with vertical sides. My wife's primary issue with our current 28cm pan is the lack of cooking space.