Celebrating the 10-year partnership between Jamie Oliver and Tefal, this durable non-stick pan with Tefal’s iconic Thermo-Spot technology features the anniversary logo on the base and is acoompanied by a 2014 collector’s edition calendar with a monthly Jamie Oliver recipe.
Jamie Oliver has been working with Tefal for over a decade, developing high performance cookware that will appeal to everyone from occasional cooks to serious home chefs. The collaboration and the exceptional cookware products under the Jamie Oliver by Tefal brand are based on years of research, hands-on experience and expert knowledge.
Jamie Oliver is a phenomenon in the food world, he is also one of the world’s best loved TV personalities as well as being a bestselling author. Jamie has inspired people to spend more time enjoying being in the kitchen, and has changed the way people think about food and cooking.
Jamie says: “If you’ve got the right pans, you’re halfway there in the kitchen. That’s why I’m so proud of the ranges we’ve done with Tefal. Each set of pans has its own benefits, so choose whatever suits you and your style of cooking. All of the pans are top quality and will help you get consistently good results, every time.”
This Limited Edition 26cm Jamie Oliver Anniversary Frying Pan by Tefal is designed to reflect the retro look. The pan features Tefal’s iconic Thermo-Spot, which glows red when the pan is at optimum cooking temperature, and the Pro-Metal Pro non-stick interior is metal utensil safe. The stylish grey enamel exterior not only looks great but also makes the pan durable and easy to clean, and the bottom of the pan is embossed with a Jamie Oliver by Tefal 10-year logo alongside Jamie’s signature. The pan is also accompanied by a 2014 calendar with a monthly Jamie Oliver recipe to keep you inspired all year.
Over 10 years ago, Tefal invented the Thermo-Spot technology. This patented heat indicator works by changing to a solid red colour when the pan has reached the optimum cooking temperature, ensuring great cooking results without the risk of under- or overheating. Searing food at the ideal temperature has never been easier.
The highly durable Prometal Pro non-stick coating of this pan is made of 6 layers of non-stick enforced with ultra hard minerals, making it extremely durable and scratch resistant even with metal utensils (except whisks and knives).
The high quality enamel exterior of this pan makes it extremely durable and long-lasting. The pans not only look great but are easy to clean and also dishwasher safe. The base of this limited edition frying pan features the 10th anniversary logo along with Jamie’s signature.
Tefal is regarded as a trusted cookware brand which is synonymous with high quality non-stick cookware. They have come a long way since inventing the non-stick frying pan in 1954, with over 100 patents a year focused on innovation and creating practical cooking solutions.
This pan is very good . Heavy so stay on hub nicely . The temperature spot helps very mmuch . I am really happy with this itemPublished 7 months ago by ANETA NECZAJ-FOKO
Does what it says on the can - it is a good non-stick frying pan. Very pleased with it.Published 12 months ago by sue davies
A nice sturdy frying pan and as you would expect with non-stick, you need hardly any oil. Washing it up is easy, with nothing getting stuck. Read morePublished 20 months ago by SonicQuack
The best things about this pan are:
the coating provides a good anti-stick level and with heavy initial use has coped really well with a variety of meals;
the branding is... Read more
When the spot's on you're ready to go. I thought this would be a gimmick but it is really helpful - the red spot turns from a pattern to a solid shade of red when the temperature... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ian Terry
Not a bad pan, feels heavy enough and the non-stick surface is effective and robust - so far has survived the odd scrape with metal implements. cleans well. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good pan for the price, although I would prefer to pay more for an anodised one. I find the idea of the "red spot" a bit gimmicky, as it is not rocket science to know when a pan... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sandford