Originally Posted by Andy M.
It's no surprise that different pans cook differently. So a Greenpan is not cooking eggs well when it's used a certain way. So yes, it's the pan because it cooks differently from another pan. BUT Yes, it's the cook because you have to change your process to accommodate pan differences.
So forget abut griddle videos and McDonalds videos, etc. Focus on the pan you have.
Wrong. As I showed, other people with greenpans have the exact same issue and they're not even aware of it as seen in that video I linked to and many others.
Did you miss the bit where I state I've had this pan for years and I've tried many different methods of frying eggs in it?
I've tried different fats, temperature, how long I heat the fat for before putting the egg onto it.
It's very obviously the pan and NOT my fault.
This isn't an ego thing. It's, I've tried many many ways and it always results in this.
It's. The. Pan.
I think like pizza pans, the carbonised layer on the cheap pan is what makes it so damn effective at being non stick.
On my expensive greenpan, which is non stick, eggs stick. A lot.
The non stick is very much intact.
On this dirt cheap non stick and much older and far far far more used pan, eggs don't stick. At all.
The cooking surface makes or breaks the outcome clearly.
If you live in the UK, once the restrictions are lifted, come here and cook eggs on the greenpan.
I will film it and share the link here so others can see that I'm not wrong.
Because I guarantee you will not be able to cook eggs without what happens when I do on the Greenpan.