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Prepare your favorite foods in the Taste of Home Non-Stick Skillet. This durable skillet is designed for everyday use and is an ideal choice for the home chef. The forged aluminum promotes quick and even heat distribution throughout the pan for cooking everything from fluffy scrambled eggs to tender chicken dishes. You'll enjoy whipping up a cheesy quesadilla or pan searing a salmon in this skillet. The premium non-stick coating ensures quick and easy release of foods and allows you to prepare healthier meals using minimal oil during the cooking process, leaving you to feel good about the food you're serving. Approved by the Taste of Home Test Kitchen, you'll want to snag your Taste of Home Skillet today.
- Measures 8 inches across the top outer edge with a cooking surface of 5.75 inches diameter
- Durable construction; made of 2.5mm forged aluminum
- The stunning surface design adds an additional layer of protection to your cookware
- Non-stick coating ensures easy release and cleanup
- The beautiful Sea Green solid color exterior matches handle
- Soft touch, ergonomic Sea Green handles for a comfortable grip and optimal control
- Suitable for oven use to 300˚F
- Dishwasher-safe; hand washing recommended
- Taste of Home Test Kitchen Approved
- Crafted in Italy
- Limited Lifetime Household Warranty
Manufactured and distributed under license from RDA Enthusiast Brands, LLC by Range Kleen Mfg., Inc. TASTE OF HOME marks and logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of RDA Enthusiast Brands, LLC. ©2019 All rights reserved.
Before using for the first time . . . Remove all labels, tags, and packaging from the cookware. Wash your pans in warm, soapy water. Rinse well. This removes all manufacturing, packing and shipping dust from your new Taste of Home Cookware.
WARNING • Should you have cookware with non-stick coating pet birds have sensitive respiratory systems. DO NOT keep them in or near the kitchen. Overheating an empty non-stick pan or use of a non-stick pan under a broiler can cause fumes that can be harmful or fatal to pet birds. Any smoke or fumes has the potential to harm pet birds. THESE FUMES ARE NOT HARMFUL TO HUMANS.
•Always use medium heat and lower after pan has come up to temperature. High heat is not recommended as it could cause damage to your cookware.
•Match burner size to pan size. ALWAYS use the burner that matches most closely with the diameter of your pan.
•DO NOT BOIL DRY. Boil dry can ruin your pan and non-stick coating.
•Aluminum is known for rapid heat and even distribution.
•Utensils: Wooden, silicone and plastic-coated utensils can be used in your cookware. DO NOT use metal utensils or cut in your cookware. Minor marring will occur on the non-stick surface with use, this is normal and will not affect the non-stick coating. DO NOT use sharp edges in your non-stick cookware such as forks, knives or metal utensils.
•Oven use up to 300˚F. DO NOT USE UNDER THE BROILER.
•NEVER add cold water to a hot pan. This can warp your cookware.
•The handles were designed to allow for a cooler touch. However, it is always recommended that you use potholders when removing from stove top and ALWAYS when removing from oven.
•DO NOT use non-stick sprays on your cookware. These sprays have a low burning temperature and will leave a sticky residue on your non-stick coating.
•If, after time, you notice that your non-stick coating is not releasing as well as when you first purchased the pan, heat the pan on medium heat for 2 minutes.
DO NOT LEAVE UNATTENDED. Remove from burner and rub vegetable oil on the non-stick coating with a towel. Allow pan to cool completely and then wipe any residual oil. Repeat this process as necessary to re-season your non-stick coating.
•Let cookware, lids, and utensils cool completely before attempting to clean.
•Although cookware, lids, and utensils are dishwasher-safe, handwashing is recommended.
After time, harsh temperatures and detergents may discolor your cookware.
•Wash in warm, soapy water; rinse well and dry.
•DO NOT STORE COOKWARE WHILE IT IS STILL WET.
•NEVER USE STEEL WOOL OR HARSH SCOURING POWDER TO CLEAN YOUR COOKWARE, THIS WILL SCRATCH AND DAMAGE THE NON-STICK COATING.
•To clean tough areas, use a nylon scrubbing pad and soapy water, or soak pan in warm soapy water for 10 minutes to loosen tough areas. You can also use a paste of baking soda and water to scour the bottom of the pans. Rinse and wash well when finished.
Quality Products and Range Kleen Since 1971!
Various State regulations are now requiring manufacturers of "cookware" to disclose chemicals that appear on authoritative lists that are intentionally added during the manufacturing process.
"Cookware" means durable houseware items that are used in homes and restaurants to prepare, dispense, or store food, foodstuffs, or beverages. "Cookware" includes pots, pans, skillets, grills, baking sheets, baking molds, trays, bowls, and cooking utensils.1
"Designated list" means the list of chemicals identified as candidate chemicals that exhibit a hazard trait or an environmental or toxicological endpoint that meets the criteria specified in regulations adopted by the Department of Toxic Substances Control pursuant to Article 14 (commencing with Section 25251) of Chapter 6.5 of Division 20, and is published on the Department of Toxic Substances Control's internet website pursuant to those regulations.1
Since 1971, Range Kleen has taken product safety in high regard, and we strive to produce quality products for our consumers. Range Kleen is unaware of, nor do we believe, any of our products under proper use and care could represent a health risk.
We have listed below full disclosure of all chemicals from the authoritative (designated) lists that we have been provided. If you have further questions, please refer to the links below to better inform yourself of these chemicals.
|Taste of Home Non-Stick Cookware
|CA DTSC AUTHORITATIVE LIST
|LINK - FOR MORE INFORMATION
|Polytetrafluoroethylene (Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) PFA and PTFE
|CECBP - Priority Chemicals
|Propylene - Fluorinated Ethylene and Propylene (FEP)
|CWA 303(d), CA MCLs, ATSDR
|Prop 65, IARC Carcinogens - 1, CA TACs, NTP 13th RoC - known, OEHHA RELs, CWA 303(d), CWA 303(c),
|CWA 303(c), CWA 303(d), CDC 4th National Exposure Report
|Manganese and Manganese Compounds
|CWA 303(d), CDC 4th National Exposure Report 5, OEHHA RELs, CA TACs, CA NLs, ATSDR Neurotoxicants, IRIS Neurotoxicants
|CWA 303(c), CWA 303(d), CDC 4th National Exposure Report, OEHHA RELs,
Limited Lifetime Household Warranty
Range Kleen Mfg., Inc. warrants cookware to be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal household use to the original purchaser. Ceramic and non-stick coating is guaranteed not to peel off under normal household use. Marring of ceramic and non-stick is normal and does not affect the non-stick properties or cookware. To maintain your cookware, we recommend you follow the Use and Care instructions carefully.
During this period, Range Kleen Mfg., Inc will repair or replace, at its option, any defective item returned to Range Kleen with original purchase receipt. If the item is out of production, an item of similar value and function will be substituted. Commercial use of this product voids this warranty. Incidental or consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. This warranty is non-transferable.
This warranty will not cover damage caused by misuse of the product in direct opposition to the supplied use and care. All discoloration, scratches and stains, or other signs of misuse or abuse of the cookware that do not affect the function of your cookware, is not covered under this warranty.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
Creamy Scallop Crepes
These savory crepes feel so elegant for the holidays. I like to add 1/4 teaspoon of fresh dill weed to the crepe batter before refrigerating. —Doreen Kelly, Hatboro, Pennsylvania
TOTAL TIME: Prep: 45 min. + chilling Bake: 15 min.
YIELD: 6 servings
2 large egg whites
1 large egg
1-1/2 cups fat-free milk
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
1 pound bay scallops
1/2 cup white wine or reduced-sodium chicken broth
1/8 teaspoon white pepper
1 pound sliced fresh mushrooms
4 green onions, sliced
2 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
2/3 cup fat-free evaporated milk
1/2 cup shredded reduced-fat Swiss cheese
Sliced green onions, optional
1. In a small bowl, beat the egg whites, egg and milk. Combine flour and salt; add to milk mixture and mix well. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour.
2. Brush an 8-in. nonstick skillet lightly with melted butter; heat. Stir crepe batter; pour 2 tablespoons into center of skillet. Lift and tilt pan to coat bottom evenly. Cook until top appears dry; turn and cook 15-20 seconds longer. Remove to a wire rack. Repeat with remaining batter, brushing skillet with melted butter as needed. When cool, stack crepes with waxed paper or paper towels in between.
3. In a large nonstick skillet, bring the scallops, wine and pepper to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer until scallops are firm and opaque, 3-4 minutes. Drain, reserving cooking liquid; set liquid and scallops aside.
4. In the same skillet, saute mushrooms and onions in butter until almost tender. Sprinkle with until blended. Gradually stir in evaporated milk and cooking liquid. Bring to a boil; cook and stir until thickened, about 2 minutes. Remove from the heat. Stir in cheese and scallops.
5. Spread 1/3 cup filling down the center of each crepe; roll up and place in a 13x9-in. baking dish coated with cooking spray. Cover and bake at 350° until heated through, 12-15 minutes.
2 crepes: 331 calories, 10g fat (6g saturated fat), 76mg cholesterol, 641mg sodium, 33g carbohydrate (9g sugars, 2g (fiber), 24g protein. Diabetic exchanges: 3 lean meat, 2 starch, 2 fat.
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Q: “Is there a health hazard in using aluminum cookware and bakeware?”A: "None whatsoever. Over the years medical experts and food authorities have repudiated this notion over and over. A Food and Drug Administration Consumer Memo reports in part: “…Aluminum occurs naturally in many foods. Aluminum compounds have a number of uses as direct food ingredients, as for example in alum baking powder and in the use of alum in pickles to keep them firm. These uses are generally recognized as safe by scientists qualified to evaluate the safety of food additives.… Many scientific studies have determined that the amount of aluminum ingested as a result of preparing foods in aluminum cookware is so small as to be of no significance in comparison with the amount of aluminum consumed from other sources.” Cookware Manufacturers Association