14 best granite pans — Rating 2022

The dis­ad­van­tage of gran­ite prod­ucts is the com­par­a­tive fragili­ty of the non-stick lay­er. There­fore, when using dish­es, it is bet­ter to use wood­en spat­u­las. Also, the pan requires a care­ful atti­tude, since with a strong blow or fall it can crack.


Signs of a qual­i­ty, safe and durable gran­ite pan:

  1. big weight;
  2. high price;
  3. ver­i­fied man­u­fac­tur­er;
  4. high-qual­i­ty man­u­fac­tur­ing mate­r­i­al;
  5. the wall thick­ness is at least 3.5 cm, and the dou­ble bot­tom — 5 mm.
  6. han­dles made of durable, refrac­to­ry mate­r­i­al (prefer­ably Bake­lite);
  7. a suc­cess­ful mod­el, the qual­i­ty of which is con­firmed by a lot of pos­i­tive feed­back from real users;
  8. smooth sur­face with­out chips and irreg­u­lar­i­ties.

With care­ful han­dling and care, a gran­ite pan can last up to 10 years. Exper­tol­ogy experts have com­piled a rat­ing of the best mar­ble-coat­ed prod­ucts, which can have a dif­fer­ent design, shape and pur­pose. The most pop­u­lar are uni­ver­sal dish­es and pans such as WOK or Grill.

Rating of the best granite pans

The Best All-Purpose Granite Coated Pans

Gran­ite uni­ver­sal fry­ing pan is suit­able for almost any cook­ing method. In such dish­es, you can not only fry, but stew or sauté foods. Since a uni­ver­sal fry­ing pan is an indis­pens­able item in every kitchen, it is bet­ter not to save on its qual­i­ty and price.

Also Read: 8 Best Stone Coat­ed Pans

Risoli Dr Green Induction 00105DRIN/28

Rat­ing: 4.9


Risoli Dr Green Induction 00105DRIN

First place in the rank­ing goes to a stone pan from an Ital­ian brand. Risoli was found­ed in 1965 by Alfre­do Mon­ti­ni. The com­pa­ny has an inter­na­tion­al qual­i­ty cer­tifi­cate con­firm­ing the safe­ty of prod­ucts.

Cook­ware series Dr. Green was released for the fifti­eth anniver­sary of the Ital­ian brand Risoli. The Induc­tion 00105DRIN is a 28cm deep fry­ing pan made from 6mm die-cast alu­minum and coat­ed with Green­Stone, an eco-friend­ly water-based non-stick lay­er with green stone.

In a pan, you can cook food with­out fat. The cook­ware is high­ly durable. Accord­ing to user reviews, it is ide­al for extin­guish­ing. The prod­uct has a bake­lite han­dle that can with­stand heat­ing up to 180 degrees, which does not heat up on the stove. This is con­firmed by the LGA Test­ed qual­i­ty mark. The cost of Dr Green Induc­tion gran­ite fry­ing pan is about 6,000 rubles.

Advantages

  • Pos­si­bil­i­ty of cook­ing dietary food;
  • Long ser­vice life;
  • Bright gift box;
  • Has an induc­tion bot­tom;
  • Allowed to wash in the dish­wash­er;
  • Suit­able not only for home use, but also for pro­fes­sion­al use.

Flaws

  • The guar­an­tee for goods in Italy is up to 6 years, but Russ­ian sup­pli­ers do not com­ply with this rule.

Tescoma President 602628 28 cm

Rat­ing: 4.8


Tescoma President 602628 28 cm

The sec­ond place in the rank­ing belongs to the gran­ite fry­ing pan from the Czech man­u­fac­tur­er Tesco­ma. The com­pa­ny was found­ed in 1992 in the city of Zlin. Today, kitchen uten­sils from a well-known brand are sold in 60 coun­tries around the world.

The Tesco­ma Pres­i­dent gran­ite fry­ing pan is made of stain­less steel, alu­minum alloy. The cook­ware has a non-stick coat­ing made of gran­ite and mar­ble. The length of the fry­ing pan is 47.5 cm, the height is 9.5 cm, the diam­e­ter is 28 cm, the weight is 1300 g.

Tesco­ma Pres­i­dent has a slid­ing ergonom­ic han­dle. In a fry­ing pan, you can cook almost with­out oil. The dish­es are wear-resis­tant, do not scratch. The cost of Tesco­ma Pres­i­dent is from 7000 rubles.

Advantages

  • The pan can be placed in a pre­heat­ed oven;
  • Suit­able for all stoves;
  • Har­mo­nious styl­ish design;
  • In the process of cook­ing, the use of met­al spat­u­las is allowed.

Flaws

  • No lid;
  • High price.

BergHOFF Gem 2307430/2307414 28 cm

Rat­ing: 4.7


BergHOFF Gem 2307430/2307414 28 cm

The third posi­tion in the rank­ing is giv­en to a gran­ite fry­ing pan from the Bel­gian brand BergHOFF. The com­pa­ny has been coop­er­at­ing with design­ers and the best tech­ni­cal spe­cial­ists for many years. This allows the com­pa­ny to pro­duce not only high-qual­i­ty, but also beau­ti­ful styl­ish prod­ucts at an afford­able price. Many kitchen prod­ucts from BergHOFF have received inter­na­tion­al awards for orig­i­nal design.

The Gem series gran­ite fry­ing pan is a new devel­op­ment with a num­ber of fea­tures. The cook­ware is made of eco­log­i­cal, heat-con­duct­ing cast alu­mini­um. Gran­ite coat­ing is resis­tant to any dam­age.

BergHOFF Gem has a unique bot­tom. It is a one-piece alu­minum disc that enhances heat con­duc­tion, which speeds up the cook­ing process, saves ener­gy. Also, BergHOFF tech­nol­o­gists have devel­oped a con­ve­nient option for attach­ing the han­dle — it is not screwed, but attached to the dish­es with one click.

The aver­age cost of BergHOFF Gem is 4,700 rubles.

Advantages

  • Suit­able for induc­tion;
  • Remov­able han­dle;
  • High sides.

Flaws

  • When cook­ing with a min­i­mum amount of oil, food burns quick­ly;
  • Some­times defects in the coat­ing are notice­able.

Also Read: 6 Best Induc­tion Cook­er Pans

Fissman Iron stone 4394 32 cm

Rat­ing: 4.6


Fissman Iron stone 4394 32 cm

Fourth place in the rank­ing is occu­pied by a gran­ite fry­ing pan from a young Dan­ish brand Fiss­man. This com­pa­ny is known through­out the world for mak­ing a first-class coat­ing with high ther­mal con­duc­tiv­i­ty, envi­ron­men­tal friend­li­ness, and non-stick prop­er­ties.

The Iron Stone fry­ing pan is made of die-cast alu­mini­um. Its fea­ture is a spe­cial mul­ti-lay­er coat­ing of increased strength Plat­inum Forte. The lay­ers are made of stone chips and min­er­als, which makes the dish­es safe, wear-resis­tant, durable. Also, inno­v­a­tive non-stick tech­nol­o­gy gives any prod­uct a crispy crust.

The Iron stone fry­ing pan comes with a refrac­to­ry glass lid with a met­al rim, 2 remov­able han­dles (main and addi­tion­al) made of sil­i­cone and stain­less steel. The cost is from 2650 rubles.

Advantages

  • Can be washed in a dish­wash­er;
  • Envi­ron­men­tal friend­li­ness;
  • Unique non-stick coat­ing;
  • Con­ve­nient form.

Flaws

  • Bot­tom defor­ma­tion;
  • It is dif­fi­cult to wash the bot­tom from the out­side.

Ballarini Positano Granitium 9N0L‑0.28 28 cm

Rat­ing: 4.5


Ballarini Positano Granitium 9N0L-0.28 28 cm

The fifth posi­tion in our rank­ing is occu­pied by a gran­ite fry­ing pan, pro­duced by the Ital­ian brand Bal­lar­i­ni, well-known through­out Europe. The com­pa­ny is a leader in terms of sales in the field of inno­va­tion and design solu­tions. The firm was found­ed in 1889 by Pao­lo Bal­lar­i­ni. Grad­u­al­ly, the com­pa­ny devel­oped and turned from a sim­ple work­shop into an inter­na­tion­al brand spe­cial­iz­ing in the pro­duc­tion of non-stick cook­ware.

Bal­lar­i­ni Posi­tano Gran­i­tium is a round alu­minum prod­uct with a non-stick gran­ite coat­ing. Bot­tom thick­ness — 4.5 mm, wall height — 5 cm. The dish­es are suit­able for all types of stoves. It is allowed to use the prod­uct for cook­ing in the oven at tem­per­a­tures up to 160 degrees.

It is not advis­able to expose an emp­ty pan to high tem­per­a­tures. To pro­long the ser­vice life, the dish­es must be washed with­out the use of steel wool and aggres­sive deter­gents.

The cost is from 5200 rubles.

Advantages

  • Eas­i­ly washed by hand and in the dish­wash­er;
  • When cook­ing, food does not burn.

Flaws

  • Great weight;
  • The kit does not include a lid and a remov­able han­dle;
  • The bot­tom is poor­ly washed.

Nadoba Mineralica 728416 28 cm

Rat­ing: 4.4


Nadoba Mineralica 728416 28 cm

Sixth place in the rank­ing is giv­en to the best gran­ite fry­ing pan from a well-known Czech com­pa­ny. This is a qual­i­ty prod­uct designed for long and fre­quent use. Thanks to high sides and a diam­e­ter of 28 cm, Nado­ba Min­er­al­i­ca is used for cook­ing dish­es for sev­er­al peo­ple at once.

Gran­ite pan is made of die-cast alu­minum, which pro­vides a num­ber of advan­tages. It is sim­ple oper­a­tion, fast heat­ing, light­ness. There is no remov­able han­dle. There­fore, the pan should not be placed in a pre­heat­ed oven. The aver­age cost of the Nado­ba Min­er­al­i­ca 728416 28 cm mod­el is 1900 rubles.

Advantages

  • Ver­sa­til­i­ty;
  • High-qual­i­ty non-stick coat­ing;
  • Suit­able for all types of plates;
  • Beau­ti­ful appear­ance;
  • Suit­able for cook­ing any food.

Flaws

  • Can­not be used for cook­ing in the oven.

See also: 10 best fry­ing pans

Kukmara Marble 22 cm with removable handle

Rat­ing: 4.3


Kukmara Marble 22 cm with removable handle

The sev­enth posi­tion in the rank­ing is occu­pied by a uni­ver­sal gran­ite fry­ing pan from a domes­tic man­u­fac­tur­er. The ware is made of strong, but easy mate­r­i­al — cast alu­minum. There­fore, the weight of the pan is only 1.09 kg. Kuk­mara Mar­ble 22 cm is a deep fry­ing pan with a size of 24 cm. The prod­uct is cov­ered with “light mar­ble” with a five-lay­er coat­ing and rein­forced ceram­ics.

Remov­able han­dle made of Bake­lite. On the oppo­site side of the pan there is an addi­tion­al small han­dle. The bot­tom thick­ness is 6 mm, so you can fry food with­out dry­ing out or burn­ing.

Cus­tomer reviews of Kuk­mara mar­ble table­ware are more often pos­i­tive. Users note that the pan is resis­tant to any dam­age or defor­ma­tion, the dish­es can be placed in a pre­heat­ed oven. The cost of a mar­ble pan varies from 1300 to 1500 rubles.

Advantages

  • High qual­i­ty;
  • Accept­able price;
  • The fry­ing pan is easy to clean;
  • The coat­ing does not scratch or burn;
  • Remov­able han­dle.

Flaws

  • Can­not be used for cook­ing on an induc­tion hob.

Best Granite Grill Pans

The main fea­ture of a grill pan is a ribbed bot­tom. This allows you to fry food, as on a grill with­out an open flame. These pans have thick bot­toms. There is also a spe­cial chute designed to drain the heat­ed oil. Often, the kit includes sev­er­al han­dles that allow you to not only fry, but also bake food.

BergHOFF Gem 2307431/2307415 28 cm

Rat­ing: 4.9


BergHOFF Gem 2307431/2307415 28 cm

The eighth line of the rat­ing is occu­pied by the Bel­gian com­pa­ny BergHOFF, which cre­at­ed the Jam line of kitchen uten­sils. The Gem gran­ite pan match­es all the fea­tures of the series. The uten­sils are made of cast alu­mini­um, an eco-friend­ly and heat-con­duct­ing mate­r­i­al.

The weight of the gran­ite grill pan is quite light and is only 1.75 kg. Out­side, the prod­uct is cov­ered with a high-qual­i­ty lay­er that is resis­tant to any dam­age. The inside of the pan is coat­ed with a spe­cial Fernogreen non-stick lay­er, which does not con­tain harm­ful ingre­di­ents and has a smooth sur­face that pro­vides com­fort­able care for the dish­es.

The bot­tom of a square gran­ite fry­ing pan — the grill is a mono­lith­ic alu­minum disc. This allows you to keep warm for a long time and save ener­gy costs. The han­dle is removed and secured with one click. There­fore, the dish­es can be used for cook­ing in the oven.

Users note that the ribbed stripes do not come into con­tact with the bot­tom of the prod­uct, so the food is par­tial­ly steamed, which is in line with prop­er nutri­tion. Juice and oil flow down the grooves, and then the excess liq­uid is evap­o­rat­ed. In an ordi­nary fry­ing pan, the juice burns, which pro­duces smoke and a car­cino­genic bit­ter crust. The aver­age price is 5265 rubles.

Advantages

  • Prod­ucts do not burn;
  • Fast cook­ing time;
  • You can cook side dish­es and meat at the same time.

Flaws

  • Hand wash;
  • No heat­ing indi­ca­tor.

Also Read: 9 Best Tefal Pans

Nadoba Grania 728120 28x28 cm

Rat­ing: 4.8


Nadoba Grania 728120 28x28 cm

The ninth line in the rank­ing is occu­pied by a gran­ite fry­ing pan from the Czech brand Kucharske­naci­ni Nado­ba, which rel­a­tive­ly recent­ly appeared on the Russ­ian mar­ket. The dark gray grill pan Gra­nia 728120 28x28 cm is made of die-cast alu­mini­um. This ensures uni­form and fast heat­ing.

A fea­ture of the prod­uct is a non-stick five-lay­er coat­ing with rein­forced min­er­als ILAG Gran­itec. The coat­ing does not con­tain per­foroc­tanoic acid, lead or cad­mi­um, which makes it as safe as pos­si­ble. The coat­ing is very durable, so when cook­ing, you can use met­al spat­u­las or spoons.

The han­dle of the gran­ite pan is made of Bake­lite. It does not slip out of the hands, does not heat up. Along the edges of the prod­uct there are recess­es designed to drain the used oil. Accord­ing to the reviews of many buy­ers, Nado­ba Gra­nia is ide­al for fry­ing fish or meat steaks. The cost of the prod­uct is from 4000 rubles.

Advantages

  • Food does not burn;
  • The han­dle can with­stand high tem­per­a­tures even in the oven;
  • War­ran­ty peri­od 5 years.

Flaws

  • Weight about 1.5 kg;
  • Price.

GiPFEL GRAYCE 0655 24 cm

Rat­ing: 4.7


GiPFEL GRAYCE 0655 24 cm

Tenth place in the rank­ing is giv­en to a gran­ite grill pan from the inter­na­tion­al com­pa­ny Gipfel, found­ed in 1997 in Ger­many. Gipfel grill pans are easy to use and com­plete­ly safe for health, as no harm­ful sub­stances are used in their pro­duc­tion. Despite the afford­able price, the prod­ucts are of high qual­i­ty and dura­bil­i­ty.

The Gipfel Greyce 0655 fry­ing pan has a cor­ru­gat­ed induc­tion bot­tom. The prod­uct is made of high qual­i­ty die-cast alu­mini­um. Out­side, the dish­es are cov­ered with gray mar­ble, inside there is an Ilag ulti­mat non-stick lay­er.

The diam­e­ter of the pan is 24 cm, the height is 5.5 cm. The bake­lite han­dle is coat­ed with sil­i­cone, which elim­i­nates the pos­si­bil­i­ty of burns. The grill pan is ide­al for cook­ing veg­eta­bles, fish or meat. Users note that in order to increase the ser­vice life, you can not put the GiPFEL GREYCE gran­ite pan in the refrig­er­a­tor, and then heat up the food. The cost is from 3000 rubles. Offi­cial war­ran­ty from the man­u­fac­tur­er — 2 weeks.

Advantages

  • Reduces the cook­ing time of var­i­ous dish­es;
  • Mod­ern design;
  • Easy care;
  • High resis­tance to mechan­i­cal dam­age;
  • Per­fect side height.

Flaws

  • There is no lid includ­ed;
  • Uneven dis­tri­b­u­tion of heat;
  • The han­dle may crum­ble in the first months of oper­a­tion;
  • The bot­tom of the pan on the out­side is cov­ered with many notch­es, which makes it dif­fi­cult to wash the prod­uct;
  • Min­i­mum war­ran­ty peri­od.

Berlinger Haus Granite diamond line BH-1144–2 29 x 22 cm

Rat­ing: 4.6


Berlinger Haus Granite diamond line BH-1144-2 29 x 22 cm

The eleventh posi­tion in the rank­ing is occu­pied by a rec­tan­gu­lar grill pan with an inter­est­ing design. A fea­ture of the prod­uct is a dou­ble-sided grill, which allows you to fry steak and veg­eta­bles with­out turn­ing over.

The fry­ing pan is made of die-cast alu­mini­um. It is cov­ered with three lay­ers of harm­less mar­ble coat­ing. The ware is equipped with a three-lay­er safe cov­er­ing from mar­ble, met­al and alu­minum. The Tur­bo induc­tion bot­tom dis­trib­utes the heat even­ly, thanks to which 35% of the heat is retained and the food does not burn.

The own­ers of the Berlinger Haus Gran­it dia­mond line BH-1144–2 fry­ing pan have noticed that the fry­ing pan must be closed to stew food. And to get a fried crust, you need to open the top and then cook food, as in a reg­u­lar fry­ing pan. The gran­ite fry­ing pan is ergonom­ic and pleas­ant to the touch. The cost is from 4000 rubles.

Advantages

  • The pan can be washed in the dish­wash­er;
  • Beau­ti­ful design;
  • Can be fried with­out oil;
  • Excel­lent grill effect;
  • Strong and high-qual­i­ty mate­r­i­al that excludes defor­ma­tion.

Flaws

  • Despite the pres­ence of a sil­i­cone lin­ing, dur­ing the over­turn­ing of food, oil can pour out of the slot and stain the plate;
  • It is con­di­tion­al­ly suit­able for an induc­tion sur­face, the stove does not turn on every time;
  • If you fry food in a lot of oil, a lot of steam will come out.

The best wok pans with granite coating

A wok is a deep round pan with a small con­vex bot­tom. The prod­uct appeared in Chi­na and was orig­i­nal­ly intend­ed for cook­ing on coal stoves. The WOC is char­ac­ter­ized by thin walls and a con­i­cal shape. There­fore, the pan heats up quick­ly and instant­ly heats the food. This method of cook­ing is con­sid­ered the most use­ful, as the food warms up to 320 degrees in a few sec­onds. This allows you to destroy virus­es and microbes, give pieces of food a dense crust that pre­serves the juice inside the prod­uct.

Ballarini Positano Granitium 9N9W‑0.28 28 cm

Rat­ing: 4.9


Ballarini Positano Granitium 9N9W-0.28 28 cm

The twelfth place in the rank­ing is occu­pied by a WOK gran­ite pan from an Ital­ian man­u­fac­tur­er. A prod­uct from the Posi­tano Gran­i­tium series is made of alu­minum. This allows you to even­ly dis­trib­ute heat, speed up the heat­ing and cook­ing process.

Gran­ite wok has thick walls and a bot­tom made of a met­al plate. The pan can be used for cook­ing on most types of stoves. It is equipped with an ergonom­ic Soft­Toch plas­tic han­dle with met­al fire-sep­a­rat­ing rings. This makes the use of dish­es as safe as pos­si­ble.

Posi­tano Gran­i­tium has a five-lay­er Gran­i­tium fin­ish. Two of them con­tain min­er­als that make the mate­r­i­al very durable. This allows you to use met­al spat­u­las and spoons in the cook­ing process with­out dam­ag­ing the coat­ing.

To facil­i­tate dish­wash­ing, the gran­ite wok pan is coat­ed with a heat-resis­tant sil­i­cone lay­er. There­fore, the prod­uct can be washed in a low-tem­per­a­ture dish­wash­er. The cost of WOK Posi­tano Gran­i­tium is from 4000 rubles.

Advantages

  • Beau­ti­ful design;
  • Ease.

Flaws

  • The sur­face may be scratched;
  • Over time, the mid­dle will burn out.

Fissman Vulcano 4947 32 cm

Rat­ing: 4.8


Fissman Vulcano 4947 32 cm

The thir­teenth place in the rank­ing is giv­en to the VULCANO gran­ite fry­ing pan. The uten­sils are made of mul­ti-lay­ered alu­minum with a safe mar­ble coat­ing. The prod­uct is equipped with an induc­tion bot­tom, pro­vid­ing a full fry­ing.

The weight of dish­es is 2.67 kg. The lid is made of tem­pered glass. The han­dles are made of stain­less steel, which allows you to use the gran­ite pan for cook­ing in the oven. The approx­i­mate cost is 3500 rubles.

Advantages

  • The kit includes a glass cov­er;
  • Com­fort­able han­dles and shape;
  • Lay­ered bot­tom.

See also: 12 best pan man­u­fac­tur­ers

GiPFEL Mabelle 0598 26 cm

Rat­ing: 4.7


GiPFEL Mabelle 0598 26 cm

The last posi­tion of the rat­ing is occu­pied by a gray deep gran­ite fry­ing pan made of forged alu­minum. The PFLUON non-stick coat­ing con­tains gran­ite, mar­ble and allows you to fry food with min­i­mal oil. The prod­uct is com­ple­ment­ed by an ergonom­ic bake­lite SOFT TOUCH han­dle.

To pro­long the life of the dish­es, they should be washed with a gen­tle liq­uid deter­gent with­out the use of steel wool. An emp­ty con­tain­er must not be exposed to high tem­per­a­tures. The cost is from 2200 rubles.

Advantages

  • Price;
  • Suit­able for all types of plates;
  • Easy care;
  • Food does not burn dur­ing cook­ing.

Flaws

  • Lid not includ­ed;
  • Remov­able han­dles;
  • Dur­ing oper­a­tion, the bot­tom may be scratched or dark­ened.


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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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