Question about Calphalon Commercial Hard-Anodized Deep Fryer
That is not something that can be done and still have a useful pan. When a calphalon pan fails, it fails hard. It means the end of its useable life. I know, you look at the dollars you have invested and say "what the??" . The simple fact is that when calphalon gets overheated it fails pretty fast; they are really touchy. You are not alone, but it still hurts. I'm not saying don't experiment. You might come up with a groundbreaking solution. But in the practical world your pans are done when they start to lose their coating.
I realize you might want to give me a poor rating for this reply, but I consider it my responsibility to tell it as I know it.
I keep one really good nonstick pan for omelettes and eggs in general, and have stainless with thick, even-heating bottoms for the rest.
I do feel your pain, believe me.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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