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Warm or Simmer

Keep foods warm: simmer meats and poultry.

150 to 200°F (65 to   95°C)

225 to 250°F   (105 to 120°C) Stew or braise meats: sauté vegetables; cook sauces, fruits, casseroles, fried rice, and snacks.

275 to 300°F (135 to   150°C) Prepare eggs, gravies, candies, and puddings.

325 to 350°F  (165 to 175°C)Brown meats and seafood; bake cakes, pancakes, and French toast; grill sandwiches; fry potatoes.

375°F (190°C) Sear meats and poultry; stir-fry meats

375°F (190°C) Sear meats and poultry; stir-fry meats

400 to 425°F   (205 to 220°C) Pan-broil meats and fish; stir-fry meats; popcorn.

How to use the Electric Skillet

This is our favorite pan! its so perfect for every type of cooking and you can take it on the go with you! or set the timer and go!

You can pan fry-Sear without oil!




here are a list of recipes we like to make in the skillet.

Remember anything you cook in the oven you can cook instead in your 12" electric skillet.

Link to Manual

For Cleaning:

Fully Immersible – With the touch-pad heat control removed, the Skillet can be easily washed in your sink or placed in a dishwasher. Water cannot damage the heating element. It is sealed beneath the cooking surface, protected from moisture and corrosion.

Stores Heat – From kitchen to table, piping hot! The Oil Core holds heat long after the Skillet is unplugged. Food stays at serving temperature at the table without an inconvenient cord attached.

Before the first use, remove heat control. Wash Skillet and Cover in hot, soapy water to which you have added one cup of vinegar per gallon of water. This removes all traces of manufacturing oils and polishing compounds. Rinse in clear, warm water and dry thoroughly with a clean, soft towel.


1. Always remove touch-pad heat control before immersing Skillet in water.

2. Always dry outside of Skillet completely before connecting heat control.

3. Refer to Temperature Guide or use temperature specified in recipe to ensure best results.

4. When the appliance is turned off, disconnect the cord from the outlet. To transfer it to the table for serving, remove heat control, handling very carefully since the heat control will be very hot. It is important to lay the hot heat control on a heatproof surface to cool to avoid damage to the table or counter top. If food is not being served from the appliance, allow it to cool before removing heat control.

5. Allow Skillet to cool before immersing it in water for cleaning. Do not immerse heat control.

6. See complete Operating and Cleaning Instructions that follow.

7. Before first use, remove the thin protective film covering the touch-pad heat control.


  • TEMP: Press the TEMP to turn the unit ON (the temperature will flash 150°F).

  • OFF: Press the Off button to turn the unit OFF.

  • FAHRENHEIT to CELSIUS: Turn the unit on and press both the TEMP and TIME button

Up and Down ARROWS: By pressing the up or down arrow the temperature will adjust in 5-degree increment in both Fahrenheit and Celsius. Pressing and holding the up or down key the temperature will adjust in 25-dregee increments Fahrenheit or 10-degree increments Celsius. If no temperature is set, the signal light (red light on the left side of the digital display) will flash for 2 minutes and automatically shut off.

  • Temperature Range: 150-450°F or 65-230°C

SIGNAL LIGHT: As the appliance heats to the set temperature, the signal light will blink on and off until it achieves the precise temperature and stop blinking when the set temperature has been achieved (3 to 5 minutes). The signal light will cycle on and off during the cooking process to indicate the precise temperature is being maintained and saving energy dollars.

TIMER Button: First set the desired cooking temperature. To set the timer press and release the TIME button. The display will flash 00:00. Press and hold the UP arrow to set the desired length of time up to 12 hours. If no time is set, the heat control will operate at the preset temperature until the OFF button is pressed. The digital timer will automatically count down in the display. The temperature or time can be checked at any time during the cooking process by pressing the TEMP or TIME button. Furthermore, the temperature or time can be changed at any time during the cooking process.

Rice Cooking: This NEW digital heat control features two automatic RICE SETTINGS. It takes the guess work out of cooking rice and it is as easy as 1-2-3!

  • Insert Rice, liquid, and desired seasoning. (See guide below.)

  • Press the TEMP button.

Press the down arrow button once to select RIC1 or twice to select RIC2. Display will flash the chosen setting. When flashing stops, heating begins. The unit will automatically heat to a simmer and cook the rice. A countdown timer will appear in the display and then switch to the keep warm temperature of 150°F (65°C) when cycle is complete.

  • RIC1 – Low setting/shorter cooking time used for smaller amounts of rice. (1-3 cups dry measure).

  • RIC2 – High setting/longer cooking time used for larger amounts of rice. (4-5 cups dry measure) This unit has a capacity of 5 cups dry measure.

These are general guidelines. Results may vary depending on quantity, type and brand rice selected. DO NOT EXCEED CAPACITY.

Temperature Guidelines

  • Low 150°F (65°C) Tenderizing Meat, Sous-Vide Vegetables

  • 155°F (68°C) Food-borne bacteria killed, pasteurizing

  • 150-160°F (65-70°C) Slow-Cooking 5-7 hours:Beans, cereal grains, stews, steaming

  • Slow-Cooking 3-5 hours: 170-190°F (77-88°C) Barbecue, appetizers, dips, Sloppy Joes, soft-boiled eggs

  • Med-Low 175°F (79°C) SIMMER: Stocks, soups, stews, chili, chowder, melting cheese for Fondue

  • 180°F (80°C) Sauces, poaching eggs, roasting meat after browning, waterless cooking

  • 200°F (95°C) Stewing, braising, quiche, waterless cooking after vapor seal

  • Slow-Cooking 2-3 hours:200-220°F (95-105°C) Spareribs, Osso-Bucco, fruit/vegetable juices, sauces

  • 210°F (99°C) Baking; custards, casseroles, hard-boiled eggs

  • 220-230°F (105-110°C) Jellies, jams, preserves, candy

  • 230-250°F (110-121°C) Eggs; scrambled, fried, omelets, pre-heat for baking

  • Medium 275°F (135°C) STEAMING: Begin waterless cooking, Bananas Foster, Cherries Jubilee, roux

  • 300°F (150°C) Sauté vegetables, hash browns, baking cakes, cornbread, brownies

  • 350°F (175°C) Fish, seafood, grilled sandwiches

  • Med-Hi 375°F (191°C) Stir-fry, deep-fry, pancakes, boil pasta

  • 400°F (205°C) Crepes, pan-fry, pan-broil

  • High 425°F (218°C) Boil, sauté, boiling meat for Fondue

  • 450°F (232°C) Browning, searing meats before roasting

Baking with the Digital Probe

  • When baking a boxed cake, brownies, cornbread, etc., follow these basic instructions:

  • Follow the ingredient and mixing instructions on the box. When baking a cake, you can replace the oil with pineapple juice

  • Coat the pan with unsalted butter or cooking spray before placing the batter into the pan. You can use parchment paper “to fit” the bottom of the pan as it will allow the baked goods to be easily removed.

  • Preheat the pan with the cover on to 250°F (120°C)

  • Place the batter in the pan, cover and raise the temperature 300°F (150°C)

  • Set the digital probe timer to the specific time on the box, using the time for a 9-inch pan.

  • Timer will shut unit OFF when the time has elapsed. Allow to cool sufficiently. Run a knife around the edge of the baked item to loosen from the pan.

  • Invert baked item onto a platter for serving or icing or decorating.

NOTE: When removing the cover after the cooling period, immediately turn the cover over upside down so the moisture that has accumulated on the inside cover does not drip onto the baked item.

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