A frying pan is a utensil used to fry food, about 20 to 30 cm in diameter, a low saucepan, and an iron flat-bottomed cooking utensil.
Lighter aluminum is now widely used as a manufacturing material. Aluminum was once used to make cookware and was popular, because aluminum pans and other rust-resistant, aluminum in the air reacts with oxygen to form a dense layer of alumina film.
Pan is suitable as a healthy snack for roasting, baking, steaming, roasting or frying seafood, meat and poultry dishes, cooking vegetables or making it easy to eat with fingers. Easy to use, in just a few minutes, can cook a variety of dishes.