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Rachael Ray Hard-Anodized Nonstick 9.25-Inch and 11.5-Inch Skillets, Gray with Orange Handles

Rachael Ray Hard-Anodized Nonstick 9.25-Inch and 11.5-Inch Skillets, Gray with Orange Handles

Whether you’re cooking omelets, making quesadillas, sauteing vegetables or searing steaks this set of skillets will provide the perfect size for many uses. The hard-anodized construction is preferred for its exceptional durability and even heat distribution. The long-lasting, nonstick cooking surface means you don’t need to worry about food sticking or about scrubbing dirty pans – cleanup is a breeze. In fact, Rachael’s hard-anodized skillets are dishwasher safe for added convenience!

Product Features

  • Includes: 9.25 inch skillet, 11.5 inch skillet
  • Hard anodized construction hard anodized cookware is exceptionally durable,plus, it heats quickly and evenly, reducing hot spots inch that can burn foods
  • Dishwasher safe a clear coat exterior makes this cookware dishwasher safe for convenience
  • Nonstick Interior: A long lasting nonstick interior lets food slide off with ease and makes cleanup quick and easy
  • Grippy handles fun rubberized handles provide a comfortable grip and are oven safe to 350 degree F, lifetime limited warranty

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2 comments

  1. WARPED within 60 seconds of use… Terible Pan Received the Rachel Ray 14-inch pan today and was excited to try it. Immediately got a batch of scrambled eggs prepared to give it a try. With only MINIMAL heat, as you can see in the video (had just put butter and eggs in the pan) it was warped from the heat. I like my frying pans to sit firmly on the heat source so the food cooks evenly throughout the pan and the food doesn’t slide to one side from the unlevel pan. This pan, sadly, did not make it…

  2. Fire Hazard I purchased this pan and used it a few times with no problems. Tonight while cooking I had this pan on a burner and another pan on a burner right next to it. Both burners were set to medium and I was using a gas range. The handle of this pan began to melt and filled my kitchen with black smoke. It definitely CANNOT be used on a gas range. If you have this pan I recommend getting rid of it – it’s definitely a fire hazard. I can’t believe they are even allowed to sell it.The…

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