Cuisinart Nonstick-Hard-Anodized, 12-Inch, Skillet w/Glass Cover
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Cuisinart Chef’s Classic Nonstick
Cuisinart Nonstick-Hard-Anodized. The 12″ Nonstick Skillet with Glass Cover is the perfect, large nonstick skillet for a crowd-pleasing paella, risotto, or beef stroganoff. The attractive glass cover locks in flavors, allows for easy simmering, and displays the tempting dish inside!
– Unsurpassed Heat Distribution
– Drip-Free Pouring – Rim is tapered for drip-free pouring
– Cool Grip Handle, Solid stainless steel riveted handle stays cool on the stovetop
– Great for slowly cooking minced garlic in olive oil, frying breaded pork chops, or browning sausage
– Hard Anodized Exterior. Hard anodized construction heats quickly and spreads heat evenly. Eliminates hot spots
– Sloped sides deliver perfect performance. The sloped sides of the skillet maximize cooking surface. Skillets are designed for browning and tossing small pieces of food like mushrooms
– Cookware exterior is harder than stainless steel for durability and professional performance. Dense, non-porous, highly wear resistant
– Quantanium Non-Stick for Professional Results Quantanium nonstick cooking surface is reinforced with titanium for lasting food release, healthy cooking and easy cleanup. Metal utensil safe
Gas Stovetop Compatible, Electric Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible, Default_no_selection_value
Skillet w/Glass Cover
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Hand Wash Only
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20.9 x 11.8 x 3.9 inches
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This pan is a nice weight and cooks evenly. I love the fact that it has a glass lid cover. It’s so easy to clean!!The old pan I had got dropped and the handle broke off. The old pan had higher edges though. This one, not so much.You can’t go wrong with a cuisinart!!
Elizabeth R –
This is the second time I have bought this skillet. If you hand wash it, it will last forever. Best skillet I have ever owned.
I have big pots for big crowds – but when it’s just the two of us, this pot is perfect. It distributes the heat evenly but I can still touch the lid and the handle.
My husband has ruined every frying pan we have…but not this one! It’s so easy to cook in & to clean. It has definitely passed the non-stick & easy to clean text
I bought this to be a cheap pan for the campfire and liked it so much that I put it in the cabinet and sent an old pan to the campfire!
For a few years, we have had a Cuisinart large oven skilled without a long handle. We loved it…ease of cleaning, like-new appearance. Thus we decided to add a complete cookware set…sort of an anniversary gift to ourselves. We’re not disappointed after a couple weeks. It shows all the qualities we have liked in our older skillet.
This review is not just a review for the Cuisinart 622-24 10″ Non Stick Skillet I purchased on Amazon for $25.95, but also of the Cuisinart 10″ Non Stick Skillet purchased from TJ Max that looks almost identical with part number 6622-24PP for $16.99 before tax. We’ve had an older 622-24 for several years now (over 5) and my wife wanted to get a new one because the old one had been scratched up enough that the non stick coating wasn’t working as good as it once did, plus she just likes things that look new. I first went to TJ Max because sometimes you can get good stuff there for much less and found the pan that looked identical, but with a different part number on the pan. I wanted to see how different the cheaper pan from TJ Max was and bought it for comparison, but will be returning that pan because the one with part number 622-24 to me seems like a better pan and worth the extra $9. Just looking at them side by side you can’t tell a difference, but when I weighed them the 622-24 pan purchased on Amazon was a little heavier. (34.53 oz versus 32.35 oz) The 622-24 seems like it is also just a smidge thicker when looking at them side by side. The main thing I noticed was the pan from Amazon has a label on the pan itself that says Quantanium which is supposed to be a premium coating so you can use metal utensils with the skillet. The one from TJ Max doesn’t say that or has the sticker. The packaging sleeve with all the marketing material is similar and goes over all the same features, but have different presentations. The main Title difference is the 622-24 has “Chef’s” in the title were the other does not which I’m assuming is because of the added Quantanium coating and reason the pan is a little over 2 oz more in weight. So now that you know that lets talk about the 622-24 pan performance. It has been a trusted skillet we’ve used for over 5 years and has impressed us enough to purchase another one to replace the one we use all the time nearly every day. I contemplated trying the new Ninja Cookware, but it is more money and figured I’d stay with what we know and what we’ve used for years so we don’t have to change our cooking routines. We still use the old pan, but not for delicate items or items were we think it will be difficult to clean afterwards. The nonstick coating holds up well, but the pan will scratch over time despite the Quantanium marketing addition. The pan has a nice weight and look to it, but not as nice as other higher priced pans. Heat distribution is good too and will evenly cook an egg quickly and evenly. I do believe the cheaper pan from TJ Max will do just as good, but may not last as long. That is strictly my opinion though as I haven’t cooked with it. I did want to add one more thing regarding my purchase on Amazon for the 622-24 pan I purchased. When it came in it had a scratch on the side rim of the non stick coating. Considering it will likley get a scratch like that in the future I decided to keep it instead of requesting a replacement, but did contact customer service and they were willing to give me a small discount on the pan because of the scratch which I am very appreciative of and also why I try to purchase everything from Amazon, because their customer service is really second to none in that respect. Well over 95% of the time they have met or went above my expectations with any issue I’ve ever had with anything. The key is to report it to them as quickly as possible. Hope this review helped someone and gave many the difference between the two pans because beforehand I couldn’t find any info on the 6622-24PP skillet from TJ Max. Thanks!
This is a great product from cusinart. I use it to make Indian crepes, The heat distributes evenly and I get crispy dosas.
Karen Bowden –
I love this thing. I purchased it to replace a T-Fal skillet that I really liked, but over time, the T-Fal changed shape so that the center was higher than the edges, and your food didn’t cook evenly. I wanted a good skillet, but didn’t want to spend a fortune on one. Leave it to Cuisinart, they come through for me again! This thing is perfect. Big enough to handle any job, yet still fits in the dishwasher. Nice and heavy so you don’t have any “hot spots” and it made my Chicken Stroganoff come out amazing.
Shelly Silverstone –
This is an excellent skillet. I bought one 2 years ago and the non stick coating was coming off. I contacted them and they sent me a brand new one!