Master Pan 5 in 1 made it onto the list because of its separate compartments allowing you to keep five different foods at once. The pan is 15” wide. You still only need one stove because the heavy gauge metallic plate distributes the heat evenly.
The middle section is long and can be used for meat or fish. There’re two sections with a flat bottom and two with a round indent. Here you can make eggs or pancakes, fry tomatoes, etc.
It has a non-stick and stain-resistant coating. It uses Whitford’s XYLAN Plus for a double layer of protection. It’s PFOA free. The food won’t stick to the pan, and it’s a safe option without toxic products.
This multi-purpose pan can go in the oven at temperatures of up to 350F. The handle is Bakelite so that it won’t burn. It can also go in the dishwasher.
This is a great solution for families that have to cook separate foods, people who are sensitive to certain ingredients, and for camping or days out.
What We Like About It:
We found this one of the best options for fussy eaters. One of our testers refused to eat anything that had touched baked bean juice. This solved the problem. A family can cook a whole meal in just one pan. It saves time, cooking space, and clean up.
This is probably one of the best cooking solutions for making breakfast. You can cook sausages and bacon in the middle, hash browns/mushrooms/tomatoes in the flat sides and eggs or pancakes in the round indented section.
It was also really handy that it could go in the oven. We decided that putting the whole meal in the pan into the oven is perfect for keeping food warm while you gather up the family.
Some worried that the smaller compartments would be difficult to stir the food in. We tested rice in one section, and because of the high sides, there weren’t any issues.
It’s more expensive than an individual pan, but the versatility makes it worth every cent. It’s easy to clean, cooks the food well, and is ideal for an individual or entire family.