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(of a pan or surface) covered with a substance that prevents food sticking to it during cooking.‘a non-stick frying pan’
- ‘Melt a knob of Celles sur Belle French Butter in a small non-stick pan over low heat.’
- ‘Unless the tin has a non-stick surface, lightly grease the sides and line the bottom with baking paper.’
- ‘Dry-fry the pork fillet in a pre-heated wok or large non-stick frying pan for five minutes.’
- ‘Similarly, good, heavy non-stick pans are vital.’
- ‘If you do fry, use a non-stick pan with a light coating of a vegetable oil such as sunflower or olive oil.’
- ‘If you use non-stick pans or a microwave you can reduce by half the amount of fat when frying ingredients for a soup or stew - with no loss of flavour.’
- ‘You will need a good non-stick pan for this dish so it slides out in one piece.’
- ‘Heat the butter and oil together in a non-stick pan and cook the fish skin-side down until the skin is crisp and the fish is 80 per cent cooked.’
- ‘Less healthy sounding fare, like fried chicken and fried eggs, can be cooked in a non-stick pan with a minimum of olive oil.’
- ‘Season the mushrooms and sauté them quickly, until brown, in a non-stick pan.’
- ‘Usually, the only solution is soaking and scrubbing, which is why I scramble eggs only in non-stick pans.’
- ‘Heat a non-stick pan and place the steaks in it, spiced-side down, over high heat.’
- ‘In a non-stick pan over medium heat, add oil.’
- ‘Toast the walnuts in a hot, dry non-stick pan till they smell nutty.’
- ‘Though a proper crepe pan or crepiere is made of iron, non-stick surfaces make it so much easier.’
- ‘Is it a good idea to put non-stick pans in the dishwasher?’
- ‘Additionally, if you leave an empty non-stick pan on a hot burner too long, you can roast the surface.’
- ‘If using a non-stick pan, you can just cut out a circle to line the bottom.’
- ‘In a very hot non-stick pan, start to cook the scallops.’
- ‘Heat 2 tablespoons of the olive oil in a large non-stick pan.’
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