Commercial Frying Pans
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Frying pans are designed to make it easier to cook everything from pancakes to stir-fry. Some pans even have a non-stick coating, so food slides off easily and remains intact. Choose from pans in different diameters to find one that suits the type and volume of food you're serving.
We have commercial frying pans for entry level use as well as mid and high-end uses, which you can select based on how frequently you plan to cook with these pans. We also offer many pans with ergonomic, coated handles, so you can fry foods comfortably without worrying about burning your hand. If you have induction ranges in your restaurant, be sure to use our induction ready commercial frying pans, which will cook more efficiently and keep your kitchen cooler.
Frying pans are good for cooking a variety of foods, which is why it's important to have a sturdy option available when making meals in your commercial kitchen. We offer a variety of material options, so you can pick a pan for durability, heat conductivity, or a combination of both. You can also choose between riveted and welded handles. For additional products to go with your pans, check out our sauce pots, and read our frying pans buyers guide to make the right decision.
What is the best type of frying pan?
The best type of frying pan is one that is right for you, whether you are a professional chef or home cook. Choosing the right fry pan depends on three major factors: types of foods you cook, preferred cooking method (gas, electric, induction) and budget.
What frying pans do chefs use?
Aluminum fry pans, by far, are the most popular frying pans for chefs - quick to heat up, quick to cool down and affordably priced. Available in natural and non-stick finishes from 7" to 14" diameters.
What is the difference between a skillet and a frying pan?
The term skillet and frying pan mean exactly the same thing. Frying pans are flat-bottomed pans with low, sloping sides that allow you to toss and flip the contents while cooking.
What pans are safe for frying?
Aluminum, stainless steel, cast iron and steel pans are used for cooking at the high temperatures required for frying.