Frying Pan With Domed Shaped Center

About two months ago, I purchased a large, 12 in. fry pan with glass cover. The problem is, that the fry pan has a dome shape right in the center of the pan. When using it, all the cooking oil runs to the sides leaving the largest part of the pan with no shortening for frying. Any suggestions? Thank you.

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By PENNY K 14 564 Flag

March 20, 2009

Well, I think that's on purpose. My guess is saute around the edges and when cooked enough, pull to center with a spatula so oil can drain.

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By Cathy 11 72 Flag

March 21, 2009

Check onlind for reviews about the pan to see if anyone else has this problem. Either return the pan to the retailer or call the company who made it and find out if it can be replaced.It's worth a try. I have had several skillets and frying pans and none had a domed center.

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By Marian Poke 14 17 Flag

March 22, 2009

Ok Bill here's what you do, take a hammer and beat on the center of the pan and flatten it out. I have one of those pans, mine is heavy aluminum and cooks great. This will not harm the surface unless it's teflon, which I hate because the teflon comes off. I hope this works, it worked for me, now I have a nice flat pan! Marian

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By LEONA LABINE 46 398 Flag

March 22, 2009

Use a hammer if it is teflon, place a small piece of wood on it before you use the hammer.

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thr589429 Flag

March 22, 2009

To avoid a pan from warping, which is what happened with your fry pan, never put a hot pan in cold water. Wait until it cools down before washing it.

Diletta

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By Kathy 64 333 Flag

March 22, 2009

I agree with Pikka above. Are you sure you didn't buy a wok? That's what it sounds like to me.

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By Mary Lou 14 765 Flag

March 22, 2009

There is a pan on the market that had a vented dome in the center and is made for cooking without fat of any kind. Apparently you just use a little water or other liquid to cook in the pan. Good for low fat diets etc.

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By Linda Roach 2 Flag

March 23, 2009

I have a skillet that came with a set that is this way. If I try to cook anything in it even on low temps anything in the center burns.

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By freebyrdz 4 23 Flag

March 23, 2009

This has happened to me before and I find it easier to bang it out with a hammer if the pan is a bit hot. Wear oven mitts.

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By Holly 367 1,263 Flag

March 24, 2009

I am wondering if you have the dome lid for a piece of waterless cookware.

A lot of ebay vendors say that they can be used for cooking, too, but the fact remains that they really can't, unless you are reheating liquids. And even so, the metal is so thin that it really doesn't lend itself to cooking as the base unit.

go to www.ebay.com and in the search, put waterless cookware dome and see if yours looks anything like these (the handles may be different).

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