Alpha 不粘大理石涂层煎锅 黑色 10-Inch 859176004837
- Made in Korea
- Made out of high quality die-cast aluminum with no heavy metals or harmful chemicals; 100% PTFE and PFOA free
- 6 layers of non-stick marble coating
- Hot spot-free base with even heat distribution
- Strong, comfortable handle provides a confident grip; signature thumb rest for easy handling
Alpha Cookware introduces the non-stick marble frying pan, the new standard in cookware. Marble coating is naturally non-stick, durable, easy to clean, heats evenly, and is completely safe. Compared to other frying pans, a lot less oil is needed and you can start cooking healthy by eliminating extra calories from the use of fatty oils or butter. In addition, our cookware is completely safe as our cookware uses manufacturing techniques that do not include the use of PTFE and PFOA toxins. Our marble frying pans have 6 layers of non-stick marble coating, making them last much longer than Teflon coated pans.
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Thought i would take the plunge anyway and give this pan a try as it was relatively inexpensive and looked pretty decent - after almost 2 months of daily use (sometimes twice a day) the pan is still completely non-stick - no chips or flaking or visible wear inside or out either - there is some slight marring on the finish of the inside bottom of the pan that can just be seen if held at the right angle under bright light - it is still so non-stick that it can be slightly annoying when trying to get a spatula until an edge of an omelette to fold as the whole thing tends to slide around so you do have to chase it a bit
Yes, it do use a bit of butter for eggs or oil for other things - it is "neat" to see an egg sliding around in a pan without the use of oil or butter but then you are dry searing and you are not doing an egg any favors by giving it that sort of treatment - yuck
The claim of even heating is about on par with every other pans claim (from those that i have had) - not perfect but pretty darn good - this in spite of not having a competely flat bottom - there is a single pivot point before the pan gets hot and two after it does - so much so that just a slight tap on the handle will make the pan spin a complete 360 degrees or more (helped along by the same non-stick material on the outside as on the inside) - again, my experience with pretty darn even browning of hash browns and pork chops makes this claim pretty accurate
If you are hesitant (as i was) to try these "healthier" pans, i would give this one a try first - treat it gently (as in, don't throw it in a pile with other pans) and you might be just as surprised as i was
I turn the burner on my 1940s Chambers Stove all the way up (those flames blast twice as strong as any modern stove I've owned). I accidentally set fire to it when it was full of frying fish. Yet it hasn't warped. I use my metal flipper on it if the silicone one isn't close to hand. Want to know how this pan smells when it burns? Smoky, like something is burning, whereas Teflon smells like chemicals when it gets scorched (not that inhaling any kind of smoke is healthy).
I use this pan every day, because I never did get around to buying a set. When I first got it, I continued to use my tried and true vintage cast iron skillets for a lot of dishes but when I realized the Alpha would take the same amount of heat -- seemingly with impunity -- I cast them aside. The Alpha is so much easier to handle than those heavy things and it's a cinch to clean.
I can't claim that after all her hard living my bad girl is as pretty as she used to be, but her omelettes are still slippery. What more can you ask?
PS: I don't think they're ceramic. I think the composition might be more like that Rock brand of frying pans, the design of which is based on this type of Korean cookware (speckled Korean cookware isn't made out of ceramic). I tried to find out what it's made of two years ago when I bought it but found no published literature on Alpha's manufacturing process at that time.
Like a lot of other people I bought a ceramic pan and it I was really impressed at first. After about 4 or 5 weeks it started sticking real bad. After reading the reviews on this pan I thought I would give it a try. I have now used it for 4 months and it is as good as the day it was new. I came here to order 2 more and decided to wright this review while I was here. I don't know how long it will last but so far its preforming very well.