Collection: Chef's Pans

25 products
  • Viking Professional 5-Ply Stainless Steel Chef's Pan with Lid, 12 Inch
  • Cuisinart FCT22-20 French Classic Tri-Ply Stainless 8-Inch Fry Pan
  • Gotham Steel Square 11” Skillet with Ultra Nonstick Ti-Cerama Coating – 25% More Space than Traditional Round Pans, Dishwasher & Oven Safe, As Seen on TV
  • Anolon Advanced Hard Anodized Nonstick Frying Pan/ Fry Pan/ Saute Pan/ All Purpose Pan with Lid - 12 Inch, Gray
  • Kila Chef Tri-Ply Copper Bottom Frying Pan
  • Calphalon Premier Space Saving Nonstick 4qt Chef's Pan with Cover
  • All-Clad 6412 SS Copper Core 5-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Chefs Pan / Cookware,  12-Inch, Silver
  • Calphalon Classic Nonstick Everyday Chef Pan with Cover, 12", Grey
  • Scanpan Haptiq STRATANIUM+ Nonstick 5.25 Quart Chef's Pan
  • Cooks Standard 12-Inch/30cm Classic Stainless Steel Everyday Chef's Stir Fry Pan
  • Scanpan Pro IQ Nonstick Covered Chef Pan, 4 Quart, Black
  • SHINEURI Nonstick Ceramic Copper 12 Inch Wok and Stir Fry Pans with Lid, Copper Skillet Deep Frying Pan with Induction Base & Stainless Steel Handle, Suitable for Cooking Saute Vegetables, Steaks
  • Cuisinart Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 4-Quart Chef's Pan with Helper Handle and Glass Cover
  • Viking Culinary Hard Anodized Nonstick Chef's Pan, 12 Inch, Gray
  • Cuisinart 623-24 Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 10-Inch Crepe Pan,Black
  • Calphalon 1932442 Classic Nonstick All Purpose Pan with Cover, 12-Inch, Grey
  • TECHEF - CeraTerra, 5 Qt / 12-in Ceramic Nonstick All Purpose Chef Pan with Cover, (PTFE and PFOA Free Ceramic Exterior & Interior), Oven & Dishwasher Safe, Made in Korea, Grey/Silver (5 Qt Chef Pan)
  • Scanpan Classic 12-1/2-Inch Covered Chef Pan, 12.5 Inch, Multicolor
  • Gotham Steel Hammered Copper Collection – 10” Nonstick Fry Pan with Lid, Premium Cookware, Aluminum Composition with Induction Plate for Even Heating, Dishwasher & Oven Safe
  • Scanpan CTX 12-3/4-Inch Covered Chef's Pan SC10102, 12.75 IN, Stainless Steel
  • Granite Stone Professional Frying Pan Set, Hard Anodized Ultra Nonstick 10” & 11.5” Pro Chef’s Skillet Set, Durable Granite Surface Coated 3x and Infused with Minerals & Diamonds, Induction Capable
  • Copper Chef 12 Inch Diamond Fry Pan | Square Frying Pan With Lid | Skillet in Ceramic Non Stick | Perfect Cookware For Sauté And Grill
  • Copper Chef Titan Pan 9.5 Inch Pan
  • Cuisinart Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 12-Inch Open Skillet with Helper Handle

Important Things to Know About Chef's Pans

Chefs Pans

One of the most important kitchen tools is the Chef's Pans. It's an essential tool in every kitchen and is used for everything from pie cutting to frying foods. However, there are so many fans out there that it can be confusing to know where to begin. Here are some things you should know about Chef's Pans before deciding which one is best for your kitchen.


First of all, there are different types of pans. Each has its own special feature or usage. For instance, thin copper pans can be used to cook delicate desserts and pie and they are also great for frying foods. Aluminum pans are durable and heat evenly. If you want a very versatile pan, consider investing in induction-based cookers.


Now that you have an idea of the types of plans available, let's take a look at some of their characteristics. Size is one of the first things you'll notice. Your plan must be able to fit into the sink area of your kitchen. This is usually measured by diameter but some pans come in smaller sizes as well. This size will be an important consideration when choosing a pan.


Another thing you'll want to consider is the thickness of the pans. You should measure the depth of the pan using an adjustable tape measure so that you get an accurate reading. Thinner pans require less pressure and will tend to cook faster than thicker ones. On the other hand, the heavier the pan, the slower it will cook. The rule is to match the weight of your pan to the speed you'd like it to go at.


Another characteristic to keep in mind is the temperature range of the pans. Some pans are only suitable for certain cooking temperatures so make sure you're clear on this one before making a purchase. If you want one of the lighter weight pans but can't handle the increased cooking time, opt for heavy duty pans that will be ideal for those who are looking for fast cooking.


Also look for pans that have lifetime warranties. This might seem like an unnecessary luxury, but you never know what the future holds. What if something happens to your favorite pan in the future? Having a warranty will let you exchange it or get a new one without a lot of trouble.


Some chefs prefer to use aluminum versus copper pots and pans. Copper has been used for hundreds of years in the cooking sector and has been proven to be very durable. However, aluminum has been around even longer and is a more modern material which offers a lot of benefits for chefs who like to spend money on technology.


Now that you're armed with this information it's time to start checking out all of the different options available. Most online retailers will carry a good range of chef's pans. One great resource is Amazon, where you'll find many reviews from people just like you. You'll have a much better idea about which pans are worth your hard earned money. Just remember to do your research before making your purchase to ensure that you're getting the best possible price.


In terms of design, color and materials, it's all about the material. There are lots of different kinds of pans that are available, which can really make a big difference to the overall look and feel of your kitchen. Of course the color is always important. Your kitchen will look less cluttered if you choose a pan with a flat surface that makes the room appear larger.


There are also various shapes of these pans, which play an important role in cooking. Oblong, circular, rectangular and square are among the most common types. You're going to want to think about the size and shape of the pan when choosing from chef's pots. This is because you want a pan that is large enough to provide you with the quantity of food you're going to be cooking. Whether you're looking for small meals or an elaborate main course, you'll need a large pan to be able to handle it.


The other thing you should consider is the capacity of the pan. It's important to know how much food you can cook in each dish. It's usually good advice to go with a smaller capacity pan if you're only planning on preparing a small number of dishes at a time. If you have a large family, you should probably go with a medium sized pan so you can handle all of the food yourself. Whatever size you choose, you should remember to match it to the size of your pots. This way you won't have an excess pan to deal with and clean up.