Skillet pans

Skillet pans tend to be deeper than regular frying pans and are extremely versatile, perfect for frying, searing, browning or baking.



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Discover skillet pans at Kitchen Warehouse

Skillet pans, deeper than traditional frying pans, are versatile kitchen staples. Their ability to handle a range of cooking techniques, from grilling to baking, makes them an invaluable tool in any kitchen. Kitchen Warehouse offers an impressive range of skillet pans from renowned brands, like Anolon, Circulon, Essteele, Le Creuset, Chasseur, Scanpan, Victoria, Lodge and more, designed to cater to diverse cooking needs.

Typically made of cast iron, stainless steel or non-stick materials, skillet pans are designed for a wide range of cooking tasks, from frying and sautéing to baking and roasting and generally feature a flat base with sloped sides. They come in multiple sizes and designs to suit different culinary needs.

Important features to consider when purchasing a skillet pan

  • Material: There are a range of materials to choose from including cast iron, non-stick, stainless steel, enamelled cast iron
  • Size: From compact to large family sizes
  • Handle: Comfortable grip, heat resistant
  • Oven safety: Oven safe options for versatile cooking
  • Induction compatibility: Suitable for all stovetops including induction

Top benefits of skillet pans

  • Versatile cooking: Skillets can be used for frying, sautéing, searing, baking, and more
  • Even heat distribution and retention: They provide uniform heat distribution and retention for consistent cooking
  • Longevity: Durable materials ensure a long life
  • Easy cleaning: Non-stick surfaces for hassle-free maintenance.
  • Aesthetics: Comes in various styles and finishes.

Common ways to use a skillet pan

  • Searing and grilling meats
  • Baking pies and frittatas
  • Stir frying vegetables
  • Making pancakes and crepes
  • Simmering sauces and stews

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What distinguishes a skillet pan from a frying pan?

Skillets are typically deeper than frying pans, making them suitable for a wider range of cooking techniques, including baking and braising.

How do I clean and maintain a cast iron skillet?

Traditional or raw cast iron pans require regular seasoning as they build up a non-stick patina over time; the more you cook with them the better, because the patina builds with every use.

Always wash with a mild detergent or just with water, avoid abrasive soaps and scrubs and always dry them completely before storing to prevent rust. Enamelled cast iron already features an enamelled coating which becomes smoother and thus more non-stick the more you use it. See our handy cleaning guide for more information on caring for your enamelled cast iron.

Can skillet pans be used on induction stovetops?

Many modern skillet pans are compatible with induction stovetops, but always check the manufacturer's specifications.

Are non-stick skillet pans safe to use?

Yes, when used correctly and not overheated, traditional non-stick skillets are safe and convenient for everyday cooking.

Skillet pans are a versatile and essential addition to any kitchen, offering the flexibility to cook a wide range of dishes. With their deep design and robust construction, they are ideal for both novice cooks and experienced chefs. Explore the variety at Kitchen Warehouse and find the perfect skillet to elevate your cooking experience.