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Best Price Cuisinart CSK-250 GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet


Cuisinart CSK-250 GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet Features


  • Stainless-steel 1800-watt electric skillet with 14-by-14-inch cooking surface
  • Petroleum-free, ceramic-based, nonstick interior; contains no PTFE or PFOA
  • Tempered glass lid; die-cast stainless-steel handles; embossed Cuisinart logo
  • Adjustable heat; dishwasher-safe with probe removed; instruction/recipe booklet included
  • Measures 17-1/5 by 18-1/5 by 7-2/7 inches; 3-year limited warranty

List Price : $270.00 Price : $48.99
Cuisinart CSK-250 GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet

Product Description

Cuisinart presents a skillet that's good for you and a little easier on the environment! The interior of our GreenGourmet Electric Skillet is premium Cuisinart Ceramica nonstick, a petroleum-free ceramic-based cooking surface that contains no PTFE or PFOA. This smart nonstick lets you sear, fry, griddle, simmer or braise with little or no oil or butter and cleans up in record time.



Cuisinart CSK-250 GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet Reviews


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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great skillet but!, June 13, 2010
This review is from: Cuisinart CSK-250 GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet (Kitchen)
Big,and beautiful with a glass top that lets you see exactly how things are cooking. We are big fans and users of electric frying pans, these things are great, and this one is certainly bigger and perhaps better than the many others we have used to death, BUT there is this one flaw and it is hard to get over.

The vent hole in the glass top is too small. Water vapor stuffs up in this little hole and the lid starts to sputter all around the edge and all over the counter top. Cooking too fast? Well no. The temp control shuts on and off as most of them do, and so when it's in the on mode the pan gets a rush of heat and the top then sputters all over the place.

We have had the pan for about eight months, so perhaps cuisinart has corrected this problem.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but needs a major lid improvement, December 14, 2010
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M. Schooley (Wichita, KS) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Cuisinart CSK-250 GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet (Kitchen)
My grandma gave us a 12-inch square electric skillet in the 70s, but we hardly ever used it and eventually gave it to Goodwill. It offered no advantage over stovetop cooking.

My wife got the Green skillet for me last month. The 14 inch size makes it very versatile. You can brown a lot of mushrooms without having to batch-cook them. I'm sure it will fry a lot of chicken too.

The heat distribution is good. At 450 F, you can't sear steaks--leave that to 550F+ cast iron or Staub's enameled iron grill pans-- but golden-browning is wonderfully easy to achieve.

For open-pan cooking, I would give it 4-5 stars.

I must however, subtract two full stars for the patently inadequate lid design. How many of us use lidded pans without using their lids to cook? It would be nice to use the Green skillet to steam, simmer or boil things, but the condensate on the lid underside flows directly to the pan rim, gathers, then bubbles, spits and drips all over... Read more
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great purchase., May 16, 2010
This review is from: Cuisinart CSK-250 GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet (Kitchen)
So glad I bought this skillet. I make a breakfast casserole, omlete-type dish that works best in one pan and my old electric frying pan was on it's last leg. I have been looking for a replacement for about a year. I hesitated before spending well over $100.00 ( my original top price ) but I am so glad I did. Skillet heated quickly for frying the chopped bacon, then elevated temp upward to fry the potatoes crisp and back down to low to set the eggs. Anyhow, not a thing stuck, cleaned up like a breeze! Now, I can't wait to make my potstickers, like a previous reviewer mentioned; with this unit it sounds like I can steam them and brown all in one pan! This is definitely bigger then my older, smaller skillet ( Rival w/a metal lid) so I had to shift some bowls around in cabinet to make it fit, but other then being round instead of square that is only thing that I had to do. The ''green-pan'' coating was also a added feature that was attractive. I only ever use wooden or high-heat... Read more
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