Calphalon Elite Nonstick Frittata Pan

Two interlocking nonstick pans make it easy to flip frittatas right on the stovetop, bypassing the need to use a plate. Our exclusive Calphalon Elite cookware has a Sear nonstick surface that's ideal for sauteing meats, potatoes or vegetables before making your frittata, and you can safely use metal utensils to scrape up all the delicious pan bits. Two interlocking pans facilitate flipping frittatas. Ideal for searing, frying and sauteing foods. The two pans can also be used separately: the base pan for frying foods and making omelettes, the shallow top pan for preparing crepes. Premium hard-anodized aluminum ensures excellent heat conduction and uniform cooking. Triple-layer nonstick surface is durable enough to withstand metal whisks, spoons and spatulas. Textured Sear nonstick interior seals in flavor when browning or searing foods. PFOA-free. Polished stainless-steel handles are riveted. Ergonomically shaped handles offer a secure grip and comfortable lifting. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA.
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Review 1 for Calphalon Elite Nonstick Frittata Pan
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
verderiverbnb
,Payson
,AZ
June 3, 2014
Ability level:Professional
Has owned product for:1 - 5 years
Uses product:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Love these pans!
June 3, 2014
We make INCREDIBLE frittatas at our Bed and Breakfast in beautiful Payson,AZ and I always use these pans and reccomend them to our guests -- I even give cooking lessons utilitizing these pans -- you do have to take a little extra measure of care around the rivots (I drizzle and massage a little extra olive oil in those areas - problem solved) but the results are so so worth the little extra time! Frittata comes out moist & delicious - no "skin" like finishing in an oven produces! Love it!!
Pros: Easy to Use, Quality, Easy to Clean, Easy to Store, Versatile, incredible results!
Review 2 for Calphalon Elite Nonstick Frittata Pan
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
floridason
April 10, 2014
Ability level:Advanced
Would You Recommend? No
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Great idea bad performance
April 10, 2014
I love Calphalon and have owned pieces for years. This pan seemed like a wonderful option.
Problem is that the silver rivets on the inside of each pan STICK. Horribly. I tried different recipes and the flavor is great but when you turn it out, a large portion always sticks to the rivets and ruins the look of the frittata. I always wonder why manufacturers don't make all the surfaces on a non-stick pan, well non-stick. Even using a spray like Pam it sticks. Sad.
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KayLeo
Houston, TX
Posted June 10, 2014
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Don't use spray-on oil!
They can damage the nonstick surface!
I know that this doesn't solve the issue of your food sticking to the rivets (sounds like another post is right on the money with the over-filling, though), but preserve your nonstick cookware and do not use spray-on oils!!!
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cookatier
San Francisco
Posted May 30, 2014
Im super happy with this pan
I did not experience the sticking as mentioned above, but I season my pans in advance of using them and after use with good Olive Oil.
Also, using butter and Olive Oil before putting eggs in the pan prevents food sticking on any surface, including ceramic dishes.
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grandma4five
Paso Robles, CA
Posted May 25, 2014
Bad Performance on rivets
I, too, have cooked for many years, and while not using Calphalon, any good set cookware will explain in their manuals to keep your foods under 3/4 full, at most - usually 2/3 full, in the pans, this is one of the reasons.
Is it possible you may be over filling your pans? May sound silly, but even we great cooks will push our cookware over the limits.
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