cooking pan

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: pan - cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vesselcooking pan - cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
cooking utensil, cookware - a kitchen utensil made of material that does not melt easily; used for cooking
drip pan, dripping pan - pan for catching drippings under roasting meat
frying pan, frypan, skillet - a pan used for frying foods
omelet pan, omelette pan - pan for cooking omelets
patty-pan - a pan for cooking patties or pasties
roaster - a special cooking pan for roasting
saucepan - a deep pan with a handle; used for stewing or boiling
wok - pan with a convex bottom; used for frying in Chinese cooking
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place a cooking pan on a medium heat, add palm oil for about 3 minutes (don't bleach)
Each hygiene kit costs P1,825, while the kitchen kits, which contain five pieces each of spoons, forks, water glasses and plates, a frying pan, a cooking pan, and a laddle each cost P796.
Now, North Wales law firm Swayne Johnson have handed over what was believed to be Captain Hewitt's leather flying helmet, cartridge cases, service-issue water bottle and cooking pan, as well as a portrait of him, to the Isle of Anglesey archives and Oriel MOn in Llangefni.
Cook has a number of priors for cooking pan battery
I've bought a few things with my credit card, some of which, like that magic cooking pan, have not yet arrived.
When body heat warms it up, the new alloy generates enough electricity to charge a cell phone or power a cooking pan through a thermoelectric process involving cold and hot air.
Return the pasta and beans to the cooking pan along with the squash.
Container for food transpotation (Plastic crate), Cooking pan with handle) 5 litre) - Non Stcik, Cassoroll 5 litre(Stainless steel), Cassoroll 2.
She said: "They each had a cooking pan tied to their belts.
The boss would have been attached to a soldier's shield to protect his hand during battle and was part of a collection of submerged treasures, which included coins, an inscribed bowl and a cooking pan Alex Croom, keeper of archaeology at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, said: "Soldiers had to buy their own weapons and it must have cost him quite a lot of money as it was coated in silver.
2) In a deep cooking pan add a good amount of ghee.
It is also a soapstone material known for its inherent strength and durability, so it's widely used in areas where cooking pan and bowls are placed after they've been heated in or on an oven.