What is the difference between a Skillet pan, a frying pan and a Sauté pan?

What is the difference between a Skillet pan, a frying pan and a Sauté pan?
 What is the difference between a skillet pan, a frying pan and a sauté pan? Do you ever get confused when trying to figure out the difference between a skillet, frying and sauté pan? Maybe you have read in a recipe that you need a skillet pan for this or a saute pan for that. Well, we are going to address this issue in this article. If you read on you will find out what are the differences are and when you should be using a skillet, frying or saute pan. What is a skillet? One of the defining characteristics of a skillet is the fact that the sides are slanted. While the overall surface areas of cooking is a bit smaller than the same sized the saute pan it comes with a number of advantages. You have better access to what you are cooking and this makes them very

How to clean ceramic pans

How to clean ceramic pans

Although your ceramic pans may be more resilient then the other types of non-stick cookware, I am sure that you will agree that you still have to look after the surface as once this is damaged you will spoil the look of your cookware as well as the usability of them.

Ceramic vs. Teflon

Non-stick cookware is, has become very popular in recent years. You have the ability to cook foods like eggs, chicken breast, or fish fillets without using unhealthy amounts of oil and butter and not having your food stick to the pot or pan