Marrying the tradition of quality and stainless steel know-how, Zwilling introduces their stainless steel Spirit cookware collection: a stylish and durable series for serious home cooks. The 3mm-thick cookware is made using fully clad stainless steel with a thick aluminum core for even and responsive cooking.
The interior is coated with FDA-approved PTFE- and PFOA-free Thermolon™ Granite ceramic nonstick, so it’s safe for you and the environment. The manufacturing process of this eco-friendly coating produces 60% less carbon dioxide than traditional nonstick and does not release toxic fumes. Plus, it allows you to cook with less oil and food easily slides off without leaving a mess behind.
Flared rims pour liquids without dripping. The riveted cast handles stay cool even on electric and gas stovetops. Cookware is compatible with gas, electric, halogen and induction cooktops and is safe for the oven and broiler up to 500°F.
Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels
Material: Stainless steel and aluminum
Care: Dishwasher safe, but hand washing recommended
First off I have no idea what that other person did to their pan to make eggs stick. I cannot get things to stick if I want to. Everything that I have cooked in this pan just slides right out.
The best part about theses pans are the fact that they can really replace all you other pans. they can go in the oven up to 500 degrees, they sear like a stainless steel pan and release better than anodized and other coated pans. They are even compatible induction eyes, what else could you want? Further if you want to see what they are capable of just watch food networks chopped. These are the pan they use
"mmm, my eggs stick, they stick bad. Quality pan.."
I love eggs. I saw that people reviewed this and that eggs did not stick to it, even without use of spray oil or butter. My eggs stick no matter what I use. The first side don't stick if I use a spray oil or butter, but once the eggs were flipped or in the case of scrambled, the eggs stuck.
Not sure what kind of eggs these people were cooking with, but Eggland's Best stuck bad!
Clean up was a breeze though and as far as quality and feel in the hand, great little pan.
But for free swirling eggs, eggs that didn't stick, this pan didn't cut it for me. If someone has a trick to make eggs not stick I'd love to hear it.
The picture is of the pan after cooking scrambled eggs. I generously rubbed butter all over the pan before adding eggs. The pan was at medium low heat. The crusty stuff on the bottom of the pan came right off as it cooled and completely with water. Wish the eggs would have released as easily..
I love cooking with my ceramic lined La Creuset dutch oven, so I started wondering if anyone was doing something similar, but with lighter weight stainless steel and conventional pots and pans. The Zwilling seemed like exactly what I was looking for. I've used it for several fried meals and pancakes so far and I must say I am totally impressed with its nonstick qualities! Just what I was hoping for! The rest of the construction is quality tri-ply construction similar to most others in the segment.
We have a set of 2 of these pans, and they quickly became our favorite pans. It's so wonderful to be able to take the pans right from the stove top into the oven to finish cooking. Even when I think I've overcooked something and worry that I may have ruined the pan, it cleans up perfectly. We love these pans
I was instructed by the seller not to use sprays on these pans as sprays can interfere with their effectiveness. Just oil and butter, which I prefer anyway. In fact, I can use less oil and butter in cooking now. I've never found a pan - and I've tried a few over the years - that i like this well. Simply the best fry pan ever. Not only the surface, which is awesome, but the weight and feel of the pan in use is nice.
We had trouble with our Scanpan non stick frypans so we returned them for these and glad we did. i do not understand why Sur la table promote scanpan so much when they are so bad. This is cheaper and better pan, we were not fans of the blue color but they are made with non toxic materials and don't stick! that is more important than color to us.
Highly recommended. We just bought 2 pots as and really like them. We are using these on a induction stove and they work great.
Best Answer:Yes, they say not to exceed 400 degrees and be sure not to take it directly from the oven and put it in the sink--let it cool off before washing. I still love these pans, the best ones I've owned, but have heard from others that the non stick ceramic doesn't work after or a while or it changes colors. I haven't experienced this at all and use these every day (have 3)...just store them safely (I hang them), wash them without any scratchy cleaning implements and only use medium heat on the stove top (it gets plenty hot on that setting, if higher apparently can lose it's non stick surface qualitites)