Best Nonstick Skillet: Heexclad 12-Inch Hybrid Pan

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Since starting at the Kitchn, I’ve been exposed to a whole new world of cookware, tools, and gadgets I didn’t know I needed. I now have a cast iron skillet, casserole dish, casseroles, stand mixer, and…not much room left for more. In fact, I’ve recently had to invest in some kitchen organizers to keep my cabinets at bay. And while I now have an entire arsenal of supplies ready for any culinary task, there’s a new piece of cookware I’ll Surely make sure there is room for everything else. Ladies and gentlemen: the 12″ HexClad Hybrid Pan.

This is my go-to cookware that can handle just about anything I throw at it. To say I’m smitten would be an understatement. And well, it’s your lucky day – this beauty is now on sale on Heexclad’s site as part of their Black Friday savings event. Which means you score this game changer for a lot less than what I paid for it!

I got this 12″ HexClad skillet almost a month ago and use it almost daily. It’s built to have “the durability of stainless steel and the easy clean-up of nonstick” in one pan. It is oven safe, non-stick, easy to clean, dishwasher safe and non-scratch. (And after having a former roommate of mine scratch my nonstick skillet, this is personally very exciting for me). In fact, they’re so good that Chef Gordon Ramsay officially became a brand ambassador because he loved using these cookware so much – he even replaced the cookware on Hell’s Kitchen with HexClad.

But how does it hold up for an amateur home cook? I can say that this pan lives up to the hype. I’ve used it to sear meats, cook pasta, make a roux, cook eggs, and more. I never have to worry about anything sticking to the surface, and hand washing only takes 30 seconds because it For real is non-stick coating. What I love most is that I can sear egg whites properly without worrying about damaging the non-stick coating, as this pan is built to take some serious heat.

It has quickly pushed aside my cast iron skillet and has become the pan I turn to every day, whether cooking eggs for breakfast or searing chicken for dinner. And from now until November 29, you can save big. Trust me, it’s about to become your new non-negotiable cooking style!

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