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rotuts

rotuts

@btbyrd 

 

""    cooking certain proteins in nonstick pans can produce tastier meat, as it gets covered with its own "fond" and browns more deeply. I wouldn't want to make a pan sauce in there afterwards though. ""

 

"" I wouldn't want to make a pan sauce in there afterwards though. "

 

Why not ?   I do it all the time.

 

"""   the pan sauce is clearly going to be inferior in flavor to one produced in a pan that has more fond. ""

 

no , not really , when the sauce goes on the meant in the end one always adds flavor to the fond for the sauce 

 

there is some flavor left in the pan , and thus the sauce is up to you

 

in any pan  

 

do you make Soup out of the Pan fond sauce ?  then OK, its a bit weak.

 

b ut you pour it over the more mall airy meat  and then that sauce

 

adds to the total taste.

 

"" These are real differences  "

 

I just dont think so.  unless your eat each separately.

 

"""   not easy to remove cooking oil from a nonstick pan "

 

and you added that oil ,  why ?

 

""   I wouldn't want to make a pan sauce in there afterwards though. "

 

why not ?  too much oil that the pan never needed ?

 

consider starting again , and you might be get q fine result

 

or not.

rotuts

rotuts

@btbyrd 

 

""    cooking certain proteins in nonstick pans can produce tastier meat, as it gets covered with its own "fond" and browns more deeply. I wouldn't want to make a pan sauce in there afterwards though. ""

 

"" I wouldn't want to make a pan sauce in there afterwards though. "

 

Why not ?   I do it all the time.

 

"""   the pan sauce is clearly going to be inferior in flavor to one produced in a pan that has more fond. ""

 

no , not really , one always adds flavor to the fond for the sauce 

 

there is some flavor left in the pan , and thus the sauce is up to you

 

in any pan  

 

do you make Soup out of the Pan fond sauce ?  then OK, its a bit weak.

 

b ut you pour it over the more mall airy meat  and then that sauce

 

adds to the total taste.

 

"" These are real differences  "

 

I just dont think so.  unless your eat each separately.

 

"""   not easy to remove cooking oil from a nonstick pan "

 

and you added that oil ,  why ?

 

""   I wouldn't want to make a pan sauce in there afterwards though. "

 

why not ?  too much oil that the pan never needed ?

 

consider starting again , and you might be get q fine result

 

or not.

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