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BALLARINI Avola 75002-910-0 10 Inch Aluminum Nonstick Fry Pan

SKU ZWILLING-75002-910-0
Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99

Fresh Mediterranean ingredients aren’t the only element that turn a trip to the kitchen into a journey around Italy. Authentic Italian cookware is essential too. Elegantly all in black, the BALLARINI Avola series 26 cm frying pan is designed in Milan and made in Italy. For singles, couples and small families, the 26 cm pan is just the right size for a fabulous portion of risotto or spaghetti to delight and satisfy up to three or even four people. The solid, forged aluminium heats the cookware quickly and is perfect for impatient cooks on a tight schedule. Also incredibly practical is the Thermopoint integrated into the plastic handle. This shows you when you can start cooking and when the pan is cool enough to clean. The frying pan is suitable for use on induction hobs and features BALLARINI’s specially developed radiant induction technology with a bimetal base of aluminium and steel. This guarantees enhanced heat conduction, which is also good for energy saving. The pan also saves you energy in that it’s dishwasher-safe and doesn’t need to be cleaned by hand. Because we know that cooking’s fun. But washing up, not so much. Annoying scratches and cracks in the pan’s base are no fun either. However, thanks to the 3-ply KERAVIS Extreme non-stick coating, that’s not something you’ll ever have to worry about again. Use the time instead to think about what delicious meal you’ll surprise your loved ones with today. Small tip: Pasta is always a great idea!

  • Easy handling and simple to clean (dishwasher-safe)
  • Cookware made with solid aluminium and 3-ply KERAVIS Extreme non-stick coating for guaranteed long life
  • Suitable for use on induction hobs and comes with Thermopoint to display when the cookware is hot and when it has cooled down again
  • Elegant look thanks to its deep-black powder coating – “Made in Italy”