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Is it necessary to keep the pan at a constant temperature like an oven?

by AlexBen 8 months ago

When I first started learning to cook, I kept thinking that if the pan can maintain a constant temperature like an oven, maybe cooking will be easier. For example, the temperature of maillard reac...

Stainless steel fry pan - how to fry eggs without them sticking!!

Full tummy
by Full tummy 13 years ago

Well, I've generally always used a non-stick fry pan for eggs, but I decided to try out my Kitchen Aid stainless steel version and can't figure out how to fry eggs, even bacon, without turning the ...

Really confused about health of pan frying

by Adelphos33 8 years ago

Hi - the past month or so, I have determined I need to cook more at home to be a bit healthier. It is working so far (shedding pounds and saving money), but I want to make sure I am not cooking unh...

Chicken Parmigiana, Looking To Step Up My Game

by zackly 4 years ago

So I live in suburban NYC with an Italian restaurant or deli practically on every street corner. Chicken Parmigiana is probably the most popular dish sold in these establishments, either as an entr...

How do you cook your meatballs?

by Cheesy Oysters 14 years ago

Do you cook your meatballs in the sauce or fry and add them to the sauce? My daughter wanted me to make spagetti and meatballs for dinner. I think I like them best if they are cooked in the sauce...

Home Fries-- Stuck to the pan!!

by lemarais 9 years ago

I'm not a fan of nonstick cookware, don't use it. Tried to make some pan fried potatoes, cut up some Yukon Golds into 1 1/2 inch chunks, heated up some olive oil and spices in a stainless pan and ...

Best oil for pan frying?

by monicatotoro 5 years ago

What's the best oil for pan frying or saute in a stainless steel pan? Oil that is both effective and healthy? I've been using EVOO but read recently that the smoking point is too low. Then switc...

Saute in stainless - fail?

by om_nom_nomdeplume 6 years ago

Hi, I'm new/delurking here, and I've got a question about sauteing. I recently got an induction range and switched from a nonstick skillet to stainless. As strange as it may seem, after 12 years of...

question about cooking chicken tenders...lol.

by C mac 6 years ago

Okay so I purchased a huge box of chicken tenders/fingers, and I don't want to buy a deep fryer. To much of a pain to clean up after. I know you can put them in the oven, but I saw this on youtube ...

Oil Catching on Fire

by Xhale12 10 years ago

Hey guys. So I am new to using stainless steel cookware and cooking in general. I used my SS pan for the first time tonight to pan fry chicken. I have a rouxbe membership and used their pan frying ...

Pan Fried Steak

by WWFeldman 6 years ago

I used to think that grilled was the only way to go, but lately I've been pan frying my steak. That luscious pan sauce beats anything charcoal brings to the plate IMHO. Anyone feel the same way?

Shopping for fryable cheese

by eatingjoy 6 years ago

Could you help me identify cheeses tha hold up well to grilling or pan frying. I already have paneer and halloumi on my shopping list. What other cheeses should I look for? TIA.

Pan fried breaded chicken breast?

by food_eater79 14 years ago

I want to make some fried chicken breast for sandwiches, but don't have a deep fryer. What's the best way to do this in a pan? I have eggs, milk, flour, Italian bread crumbs, various seasonings a...

How long to cook stuffed pork chops?

by Pegmeister 8 years ago

I'm not a big fan of pork chops, maybe because I've never had much luck cooking them. So I'm trying again with some store bought stuffed chops. I thought I would brown them a little first, then cov...

How do I pan-cook salmon without it flaking off into bits

by delancy 8 years ago

I'm new to cooking (recently moved out to college etc) and I tried salmon today. I added it with seasonings to a pan with oil, and trying flipping it etc. But the outer parts cooked really quickly ...

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