A coated frying pan is part of every kitchen! Suitable for everyday cooking, non-stick frying pans are easy to keep clean and do not require special care. Used properly, the pans are time and wear resistant; do not overheat the pan or heat it empty. An easy trick for preheating a coated frying pan ready is to add water to the pan and wait for it to boil.
With coated pans, we recommend either wooden or plastic utensils. Our selection includes high-quality plastic spatulas, ladle, serving spoon, whisk and pasta ladle. All coatings used in our frying pans are carefully chosen and safe PFOA-free inner coatings.
The new Kenno frying pan combines the excellent frying and simmering properties of cast iron with the non-stickiness and ease of care of coated pans.
Strong cast aluminum frame, ceramic reinforced durable coating. The Full Induction bottom structure is long-lasting and conducts heat evenly.
Sturdy and light cast aluminum frame. The thick base conducts heat evenly.
The highly heat-conducting cast aluminum body shortens frying time and saves energy.
With the Heavy Metal, Arki Light cast iron and Arki cast-iron pans, we recommend that you buy Muurikka Frying Fat for seasoning and care. The pans may not need seasoning immediately when taken into use, but you should have the frying fat ready for occasional maintenance. Metal utensils can be used with carbon steel and cast-iron pans. Our selection includes a variety of spatulas, as well as extremely handy tongs for turning steaks in the blink of an eye.
The combination of cast iron and enamel is a durable, scratch-resistant material that is easy to keep clean.
The light cast iron pan combines the lightness of a regular coated pan with the excellent frying properties
and long life of a conventional cast iron pan.
A carbon steel pan is an excellent alternative to coated pans, but like cast iron, they need some care. This pan will only get better with use.
Kenno Steel is a stylish, high-quality and durable frying pan. It has no coating that could wear off, so its service life is considerably longer than coated pans, for example.