If my Paderno Nature Trust pan could talk, it would probably tell you all that it’s tired of making omelets, pancakes, and French toast. Sadly, this is what I like to make so my Paderno Nature Trust pan has no choice but to put up with me. Over the past 3 months, the Paderno Nature Trust pan has seen its fair share of the kitchen and recently we used it to make our version of a crispy chicken using chunks of chicken breast. Wait until you see what we did to our poor Paderno Nature Trust pan!
Product Review: the Paderno Nature Trust pan – 3 months later and still going
We made chicken in the Paderno Nature Trust pan the other day and you wouldn’t believe the mess we left in it. I could say it was my fault but this meal was made by the hubby and he used some fresh chicken breast, some spices (salt, pepper, garlic powder) and some corn starch. He also decided to use some brown sugar too. Add a bit of oil into the pan and away he went. This is what the Paderno Nature Trust pan looked like after he was done cooking.
Now, here’s what I’m not sure about. If the Paderno Nature Trust pan is a non stick pan, should it look like that after cooking? I have no clue because you see, it looked terrible but clean up was a breeze.
As usual, we let it cool down then soaked it with some cold water. It just sat there and soaked. Sorry, it’s not a pretty sight but that’s what it looked like (see photo on left). When it was time to wash the dishes, a little bit of dish soap and a nonabrasive sponge was all we needed to clean it back to its original beauty.
I think it’s debatable. On the one hand, maybe the Paderno Nature Trust pan shouldn’t look so disastrous at the end of cooking since it is supposed to be non-stick but then again, the chicken is intact and I didn’t lose any of it. The only thing that is probably stuck on the pan is a mixture of cornstarch and brown sugar. Now, if it took forever to scrub the stuff off the gunk that was left behind, I might think differently but because it all came off with next to no fuss, I’m happy.
As it stands right now, the Paderno Nature Trust pan seems to be holding up its end of the bargain. Today’s update only focused on the crispy chicken my husband made but to date, the Paderno Nature Trust pan continues to make great pancakes, French toast, eggs, and we still use it to warm up leftover pasta with just a bit of water. So…for now, this Paderno Nature Trust pan is still our go to pan!
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