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Black Cube Chef's Pan Review

Updated August 29, 2016

Frieling Black Cube Chef's Pan Black Cube Chef's Pan Review
Gifted by: Frieling
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,

The Black Cube Chef's Pan is a great piece of cookware that you will be reaching for on a daily basis. The pan is made from a unique material that combines stainless steel with a grid on nonstick coating. This allows you to evenly cook food without it sticking to the pan.


The shape and material this pan is made of make it one of the most unique pieces of cookware I have ever used. It is a cross between a saucepan, saute pan, and wok which makes it great to use for cooking all kinds of recipes. The rounded edges make stir-frying vegetables or browning beef easier. I found ingredients were easier to stir and food cooked evenly.


Stainless steel is used in conjunction with a nonstick coating to create the ultimate cooking surface. Nonstick surfaces can be extremely sensitive, but not with the addition of stainless steel. This makes it a durable surface that does a great job of retaining and distributing heat, while also allowing food to easily release after cooking. There isn't any other cookware surface like it!


The materials in this design also make the pan incredibly versatile. It can be used on any cooktop, including induction. It can also be used in an oven up to 500 degrees F. When you are finished cooking, it can go right into your dishwasher. Cooking and cleaning doesn't get simpler than that.

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