Definitions

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  • n. A frying pan.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a pan used for frying foods

Etymologies

From fry + pan. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Put a large spoonful of mix into hot oil in frypan (I used a little more oil last night and kept it very hot -- they cook crispier, important to be crispy!)

    et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day

  • In a large, non-stick frypan, heat a splash of water.

    Blame it on the Fungi

  • April 6, 2010 at 1: 11 PM er … rather than applying flame directly or risking cooking a plastic pen on a frypan … try a hair dryer.

    From The Tips Box: Headphone Extensions, Dry Pens | Lifehacker Australia

  • She had spent the entire morning trying to remove the sticky label from the inside of a non-stick frypan.

    None of the Above

  • Dave Hoffman, a.k.a. Fritz Boygan, tells me in Sheboygan, in the days before smoke detectors, the German settlers liked to cook brats on the indoor stovetop in a frypan.

    Meathead Goldwyn: Tailgate Brat Tub (RECIPE)

  • I'm on board with the 870, the Alladin Thermos, the cast iron frypan, the AK-47 (hateful things), and the Kitchenaid mixer, but I have had a K-bar bust at the tang (they are not Marine-proof), and Buck 110s eventually get loose and fail to lock, keeping them off a "forever" list, though both are certainly wonderful knives.

    A Remington 870 Can Last Forever

  • So I was unprepared when making Overeasy Eggs Kilpatrick for Two — Here's one I prepared beforehand — and there they were, in the Unbelieva-steel frypan, still thawing inside their generic brand packaging.

    Ethics

  • Put a large spoonful of mix into hot oil in frypan I used a little more oil last night and kept it very hot--they cook crispier, important to be crispy!

    et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day

  • Dredge the shanks in the seasoned flour, then brown in very hot oil in the frypan.

    This'n'that

  • Put them to one side, clean out the frypan, then put the shanks back in.

    This'n'that

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