T-fal Excite Nonstick, oven-safe pan

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Are you ready for a golden soft pancakes with some maple syrup and butter? You better get your Excite nonstick thermo-spot pan of T-Fal. . 

Simplicity

  • 3 eggs
  • 1 Cup of flour
  • 1 cup of milk

Put your pan on the stove, wait until it's the right heat and bam pour your batter, 30 seconds each side, and bam it's your perfect pancake.NOT! 

How would you know when to put your batter? it will stick and burn. Unless, you use the non-stick T-fal pan with the red spot that shows you when you have the right heat.

More is not Less... 

This non-stick pan from T-Fal is beautifully designed as it's 12 inches and comes in different colors, personally I like the red, non-stick which makes cooking healthy meals an easy and enjoyable mission, no hard burns that don't come out, Oven proof so that you can start cooking your steak on the stove and finish it in the oven, where you will have even temperature through the whole pan.

 

Oh and when you're done a splash of water and into you dishwasher for a brand new and shiny pan. 

There's a but  

I love the pan, there are recipes where it brings perfect results, like fried eggs, chicken breasts, pancakes and more, And it fits both gas and electric stoves, but, it doesn't fit grilling and it doesn't stand a temperature higher than 350F (170C).

And when I review a pan, that is oven proof, I can't but compare it with the Lodge iron skillet, which is perfect for stove, oven, fire and the temperature is always even throughout the pan, but it's heavier than the T-Fal 12 inch pan and it requires more care and is more expensive. 

Check out the T-Fal 12 inch non-stick pan crazy price on Amazon:

 

Winner?

So, I sat down and tried both. The T-Fal non stick pan is better for pancakes, healthy cooking and all types of dishes that you would put in the oven on a medium heat. The Lodge iron skillet is better for steaks, frying and more cooking options. 

Recommendation?

The two pieces are essentials, in case you can afford both, have both. (What did you expect), if not, it's up to you to decide what type of a cook are you. 

 

Cheers