A coated frying pan is suited for day-to-day cooking, and thanks to its light weight, it is easy to handle. Due to the non-stick coating, you can use less fat in cooking. The sturdy aluminium body keeps its form and the frying pan heats up evenly. All coatings used in our frying pans are carefully chosen and safe PFOA-free inner coatings. Our range includes large and small coated frying pans, sauté pans (frying pans with higher sides) and specialty frying pans, such as a grill pan. The coated frying pans also include the lightweight cast-iron-body Kenno frying pan with non-stick coating.
The only coated frying pan that has lasted in our home. Easy to clean and great frying properties. I recommend. -tiina
Carbon steel pans are an excellent alternative to coated frying pans, but like cast iron, they need some care. The non-stick properties of a carbon steel pan improve with use and seasonings. Carbon steel pans do not have a coating that would wear off – a natural non-stick surface of fat and carbon builds up over time. A long-life carbon steel pan is an excellent choice when you want your frying pan to have a long life and outstanding frying and searing properties! The black carbon steel pan does not need to be seasoned right away when it is taken into use, but you should use more fat for frying at first and season the pan whenever necessary.
A cast iron pan is a true kitchen classic! The simmering and searing properties of a cast iron pan are unparallelled. Our range includes a traditional cast iron pan with an enamelled outer surface, which makes cleaning the pan easier. If you want a lighter version of a cast iron pan, the lightweight Arki cast iron pan is the right choice. The lightweight cast iron pan is up to 50% lighter than a conventional cast iron pan.
A frying pan made of stainless steel does not have a coating that would wear off, so this is the right choice for you when you want your frying pan to have a long life and excellent frying and simmering properties. The pan is easy to keep clean – you can wash it in a dishwasher without any concerns. This frying pan loves fat, so you should use butter or oil for frying. Steel pans are suitable for all stove types, including the oven.
Here, you can find different pancake pans for induction cookers and other coated pancake pans. The smiley pancake pan is our customers’ absolute favourite. Thanks to its non-stick coating, frying pancakes is easy and you will not need to use as much fat.