An Intelligent Frying Pan That Teaches To Cook

The award-winning connected frying pan now controls the heat & sets you free.One of top 10 brilliant inventions in 2015.An Intelligent Frying Pan That Teaches To Cook sounds great, nowadays everyone is working ie many knows to work only a few knows to cook.

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Sounds funny but it happens its happenings everywhere even in my family too. Pantelligent is an intelligent cooking tool that controls cooking temperature & time.

MIT engineering alumni, Kyle Moss and Yuan Wei, they created the world’s first smart frying pan

An Intelligent Frying Pan That Teaches To Cook

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How does it work?

It has a temperature sensor inside.

Built with smartphone App.

The electronics in pan connected to the app.

The app monitors the temperature.

So you know when to flip.

When to stir or add ingredients.

When to adjust the heat on your stove.

And when you’re done.

Works on any gas or electric stove. You adjust the heat.

Or, connect optional accessories to let Pantelligent Autopilot control the heat —automatically, hands-free.

As you cook, get on-screen and spoken notifications.Just like a GPS.

Detailed Prep Steps

Each recipe shows prep steps with expert tips.

Accurately Control Your Stove

Improve your own recipes with Pantelligent’s “Freestyle Mode” for a reliable sear, sautée, or simmer.

An Intelligent Frying Pan That Teaches To Cook

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The pan measures its temperature with heat sensors and transmits the data via Bluetooth technology in its handle. A smartphone app uses this information to decide when it’s time for a recipe’s next step and then tells the user. “To cook amazing food the way chefs do, you have to build intuition for how long to cook something at the right temperature,” Evans says. “We take all that knowledge and package it into our app.”

“To cook amazing food the way chefs do, you have to build intuition for how long to cook something at the right temperature,” Evans says. “We take all that knowledge and package it into our app.”

Users can choose a preprogrammed recipe, such as chicken adobo or fried eggs, or select freestyle mode to get temperature readings but not instructions. If a person likes the meal made in this mode, he or she can record and share the recipe. With a tool, that de-stresses the kitchen experience, the

With a tool that de-stresses the kitchen experience, the Pantelligent team hopes more people will skip unhealthy processed meals in favor of home-cooked ones.