I just remembered the old method used by my Great-Grandma Ba-aaji.She'd grease her hot Iron skillet,using an Onion cut in half to smear 1 tsp.of Oil or Ghee all over it.She'd then fry the Indian Rice pancakes(Aamboli/Dhirdi) by spreading the Batter with the back of an Iron Ladle.
These Pancakes lifted off easily from the hot Griddle when set---mouthwateringly soft on the inside and goldenly crisp on the outside!!!The use of Iron Utensils adds some Iron too to the Food cooked in these.
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I'm loving the new frying pan I bought recently. It has the hard ceramic coating called "green" because it does not emit toxins when heated to a high heat as do other non-stick pans.
It requires little if any oil or cooking spray, and NOTHING STICKS. Things brown appetizingly, and washing up is like a quick wash of a plate or bowl. No trouble with clean up; just the fun of cooking. I bought it at TJMaxx, and it was only $8.99!
Delicious & Moist chicken or steak in Grill Pan & no oil or spray. NONE!
I preheat a non-stick grill pan on medium heat for 5 minutes. Season a boneless sirloin or boneless-skinless chicken breast with favorite seasoning. Put the meat into the hot pan. Turn once to cook other side. The heat sears the meat and keeps it moist. I don't use any oil or spray with this method.
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