Matfer Bourgeat 062005 Frying pan, Steel, Gray

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Matfer Bourgeat 062005 Frying pan, Steel, Gray

Matfer Bourgeat 062005 Frying pan, Steel, Gray

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The omelets slid out with ease; the crêpe batter held onto the pan as I swirled it around, then released once the batter was cooked through. Many home cooks I spoke with while performing this testing weren’t aware of the existence of carbon steel skillets. As I’ve moved around in the industry, I’ve found that there’s often a discrepancy in skillets that are marketed to—and therefore preferred by—home cooks versus those who cook for a living.

long, angled such that the whole thing, overall, height-wise is 10cm (4") - this is useful to know for putting in an oven (50x10cm high or 19. To start, I seared a bone-in, skin-on chicken thigh in the pan to see how quickly and evenly the pan could brown the protein—a direct result of heat conductivity and retention. They have all the benefits of cast iron —they’re cheap, can be used on any heat source, are great at searing, perfectly nonstick when properly seasoned — except they don’t retain heat quite as well.And like any other good quality carbon steel pan, the Matfer becomes non-stick after a good seasoning and a couple of uses. To challenge the pan’s nonstick abilities—and to observe how its weight felt in my hand—I fried an egg to see if I could shake the egg free and flip it without utensils. Then I wacked up the heat until the oil smoked and it started changing colour to a burned gold - moving it about to avoid hot spots, and tilting it to do the sides. Considering carbon steel (just like cast iron) gets better with age and use, I believe this pan would make a worthy investment for any home kitchen.

Though the reformulation hasn’t been advertised, Christian Letourneau, head of community at Matfer Bourgeat USA, confirmed that the brand has indeed made “a few small tweaks to this particular product in response to chef feedback, as well as the pan’s growing popularity among in-the-know home kitchens in the U.THE GOOD: Good things about carbon in general - if properly seasoned, and used with adequate fat in frying, it will be non-stick. I don't plan to use this pan for lemon or lime juice, wines etc to make pan sauces or tinned tomatoes etc - acidy stuff that removes the seasoning.

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