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Farberware Skillet Set Review

Farberware Skillet Set Review


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The Farberware Skillet Set includes an 8" and 10" skillet. These are great everyday skillets, perfect for frying eggs, sauteing vegetables, and searing meat. The nonstick coating on each pan makes cooking and cleaning much easier.

First and foremost, I love the lightweight of these pans. It makes it much easier to flip food and maneuver around the stove. The addition of finger grips on each handle adds to the simplicity of use. I am right-handed, but was even able to comfortably hold either pan in my left hand.

I was very happy with how the nonstick coating worked while cooking a variety of recipes. I especially liked using the small skillet to make scrambled and fried eggs. The larger skillet was ideal for sauces, meat, and vegetables. I cooked sausages in the skillet and was very pleased with how brown and carmalized they got despite the pan having a nonstick coating.

Cleaning these pans was incredibly quick and simple. I simply turned my faucet to a high heat and watched the dirt and grim disappear. But, if you prefer, you can actually put these skillets right into the dishwasher.

I thought this skillet set is a great buy for anyone looking for an inexpensive, yet functional set of cookware. You will be amazed by how simple cooking and cleaning is made with a set like this!

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