Frying pans are an essential part of any commercial kitchen. They can be used for sautéing vegetables, searing a steak or even browning ground beef. The choices between different types of pans can be dizzying whether you want to have many small pans or several small pans or a mixture of the two. There are also natural and non-stick finishes available. Non-stick finishes are becoming quite popular in both residential and commercial kitchens and it’s not hard to see why. With its waxy, slick feel, the non-stick finish prevents a lot of food from sticking to the pan. Non-stick pans are great for using with healthful dishes that required very little butter or oil. They are also good for use with recipes with require the dish to be flipped or moved around in one whole piece with w spatula. Pans with a natural finish can seem like they might become obsolete, but that is not the case. These pans are much preferable to use when browning meats or cooking with ingredients that require a lot of oil or grease. The pan can be seasoned so to create a sort of non-stick surface so that cleaning the pan is easier.