Product Review: Kyo Glaze Ceramic non-stick frying pan

Product Review: Kyo Glaze Ceramic non-stick frying pan

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Kyocera non stick pans
Kyocera non stick pans

LOS ANGELES, CA, October 3, 2014 – Cooler fall weather means moving our cooking from the backyard grill to the kitchen and Kyocera’s high-performance, non-stick sauté pan makes the transition just a little easier.

Kyocera is known for their impeccable ceramic rust resistant knife blades. Learning that they are using Kyo glaze to create an impeccable nonstick sauté pan was welcome news.

The Kyocera pan features a proprietary ceramic nonstick coating technology that the company claims will out perform other brands. Kyocera seems to have exceeded most consumers expectations for length of use.

Thus our test is warranted.

Kyocera Non stick Sauté pan test:

Eggs: We cooked several different styles of eggs: scrambled, fried and frittata. We tested them all with a little butter but used it mostly for flavor and not to prevent them from sticking.

Each one slipped off the sauté pan as we slid them onto the plates.

Stir Fry: We sautéed seasoned chicken breast with a little bit of oil again for browning and not for non-stick purposes. The chicken browned evenly and did not stick to the pan.

Vegetables also browned evenly and did not stick to the pan. 


  1. The Kyocera sauté pan is a medium to lightweight.
  2. The handle is comfortable to hold and the pan and handle are over save up to 400 degrees F.
  3. A heavy gauge aluminum and stainless steel base means the pain heats quickly, and evenly so that everything cooks at the same time without having to move things around.
  4. The ceramic coating means that foods do not stick to the surface, even when burned!
  5. The sauté pan cleans easily.
  6. Kyocera advanced ceramic sauté pans are reasonably priced starting at $44.95 (8”), $54.95 (10”) $64.95 (12”) or a set of all three for $149.95. In the market, they are well priced and perfect for everyday use.
  7. The pans are scratch and abrasion resistant, and while you still need to treat your cookware with care, you can use metal utensils on it, which you can’t on most other nonstick pans.

Cons: None. Searching reviews and consumer comments, could find nothing consistently negative. It’s a great pan. We will use it consistently in our test kitchen and get back to you on the wear issue.

Overall Rating: 1 cup out of 1 cup. Kyocera’s new nonstick sauté pan is a winner whether you are new or old to cooking.

Purchasing Info: The Kyocera’s new non stick sauté pan can be purchased at chef and the Kyocera web site. For more great cooking tips, recipes and stories from Chef Mary, visit her at and her website at

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Mary Moran
Upon graduating from the California School of Culinary Arts in 2002, Chef Mary Payne Moran began her professional career shelling crabs at the world-renowned restaurant, Michael's in Santa Monica. Simultaneously, she launched her own company, Hail Mary’s, founded upon the belief that good food nurtures the soul, and began catering weddings, parties and large corporate events. In the fall of 2008, Mary began teaching her culinary skills to others. Currently she can be found at Hollywood School House teaching her after school cooking class, and teaching her popular "Vegetables or Not Here I Come" assembly. Most recently, Mary has launched another division in her company as well as a chef she is now also a Certified Nutritionist for high profile clients. She helps her clients discover their healthy way of eating. Mary has recently been published in the Los Angeles Magazine, & The New Jersey Star Ledger. Daily she addresses cooking aficionados through her blog - Cooking with Chef Mary as well as her how-to webisodes on You Tube.