I've got a ridiculously growing selection of kitchenware in my kitchen and when my non-stick frying pan was almost on the brink, very coincidentally, I was sent this lovely OXO frying pan to review. Non-stick frying pans are the only way to go for all cooks, the last thing you need is your dishes to stick or at worst burn in your pan. What's good is that this frying pan has 3 layer non-stick, dishwasher safe. As soon as I lifted the frying pan, I knew it would be good, it's heavy duty so if you drop it, it will be ok. One thing which I thought was impressive was the frying pan is oven safe, perfect for finishing off fritatas and pasta dishes in the oven. The frying pan RRP is £40, which is a little pricey, however as I have several OXO products, I can tell you that purchasing one of their products is an investment.
Here are some of the positives:
I find the frying pan suitable to cook basic dishes such as eggs and plantain, alongside sauteing vegetables and making sauces.
Sweetcorn, Red Pepper & Coriander Omelette
Ive just returned from my annual trip to the Caribbean and thought I would share a breakfast recipe which I regularly enjoyed, whilst I was there; hearty, flavoursome and tropical. I was able to recreate this tropical inspired breakfast dish with ease using my OXO frying pan.
25g fresh Coriander
25g cheddar cheese
30ml semi skimmed milk
1 red pepper, sliced
1 spring onion, chopped
Salt and pepper (to taste).
In a mixing jug, crack the eggs, add the milk, cheese, spring onion, salt and pepper. Using a whisk, whisk the ingredients until everything is fully in-cooperated. Heat the oil in a frying pan until the oil begins to sizzle (pop). Pour half of the omelette mixture into the frying pan, when the egg begins to set scatter half the sweetcorn and red pepper. Using a omelette slicer, fold the omelette and cook for 3 minutes. Transfer the omelette to a plate and scatter half the Coriander over. Repeat for the second omelette.
Disclaimer: I received the frying pan for review purposes, all opinions are my own.