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Rachael Ray Classic Brights Hard Enamel Nonstick 12.5-Inch Skillet, Frying Pan, Orange Gradient

Rachael Ray Classic Brights Hard Enamel Nonstick 12.5-Inch Skillet, Frying Pan, Orange Gradient

One of the most used pans in any well-equipped kitchen. Skillets have sloped sides so that foods slide out easily. Used for cooking omelets, pancakes, quesadillas, sauteing vegetables, searing steaks, fish and poultry. The nonstick surface makes cleanup effortless.

Product Features

  • Beautiful and functional – a stylish two-tone gradient exterior adds color and style to any kitchen, plus, this cookware heats quickly and evenly, reducing -inchhot spots-inch that can burn foods
  • Nonstick interior – a long-lasting nonstick interior allows food to slide off and makes cleanup quick and easy
  • Grippy handle – the rubberized dual-riveted handle is comfortable and oven safe to 350°f
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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3 comments

  1. Great addition!!!!

  2. Good Purchase This is a nice skillet for the money. It has a very good non-stick surface, and works well for sunny-side-up eggs. I don’t put this item in the dishwasher as suggested by other reviewers. I gently hand-clean after each use (once the skillet has cooled), which takes 30 seconds. There is no lid available with this purchase. It is also suggested that you do not use over high heat, or to fry chicken or french fries. I have avoided any scratches on the non-stick surface by using…

  3. Came on time but lower-quality than the ones made in the US NOT like Rachal Ray Porcelain Pan 1 that were made in the USA. Rachal Ray Porcelain Pan 2 are made in Taiwan and are lighter weight and get scratch marks very easy. I am very sad that they are not the same. :(Rachael Ray Porcelain enamels are pots and pans 1 are great. I am really hard on my pot and pans. I burnt food (often) and I toss them into the dish and they held up. My son moved away so I gave him my old Skillets, so hello new Rachael Ray new Skillets. I’m sure they will hold up…

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