Fishy, ceramic, anodized aluminum if you're hunting for new nonstick types cooking utensils, you might be overwhelmed by the options. With nearly a dozen types of pots and pans to choose from, it's hard to decipher which type is used for which type of cooking, and which one is safest. I spoke with Lisa McManus, test and test editor at American test kitchen, who helped break the inside and outside of the non-stick pan.
Why use non-stick pan?
First, evaluate why you should use non-stick pan in the first place. In addition to their convenience, McManus explains they are especially good for potentially broken dishes.
"We like to use non – stick cookware bakeand non-stick pans for delicate foods like egg and fish, where you really want to release food easily from the pan without sticking and being able to rip and break food, "she explained.
But you can cook almost anything in a non-stick pan and choosing a high quality one can mean you don't need …