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Give your kitchen some added capability, or take your culinary skills on the road with this Deen Brothers electric skillet! Its large 16" size and generous 9.2 qt capacity help you cook for a crowd with a single unit and the GranIT stone-infused ceramic nonstick interior treats even the most delicate of recipes with care. Monitor your food's progress without losing heat or moisture thanks to the glass lid and make temperature adjustments on the fly with the easy-to-use control knob on the probe.


  • 9.2 qt 16" Electric Skillet with Lid
  • Probe
  • Instuctions

Electric Skillet Features

  • Large 9.2 qt capacity and 16" cooking surface allows you to cook for a crowd
  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Variable temperature control on probe
  • GranIT stone-infused ceramic nonstick interior coating
  • Glass lid allows you to monitor your food without letting out heat and moisture
  • Large handles for easy portability

View instructions here.

Additional Information

  • Materials:
  • Skillet: Aluminum with stone-infused ceramic interior coating, chrome plated iron, polypropylene and bakelite
  • Lid: Glass with steel hardware
  • Power: 1400W / 120V / 60Hz; ETL listed
  • Country of Origin: China


  • One year limited warranty provided by the vendor. Please call: 312-526-3760.

Please see the Dimensions & Care tab for important care information.

About the Collection
Jamie and Bobby Deen, sons of culinary legend, Paula Deen, learned a lot from their mother growing up in her Savannah, Georgia kitchens. With her loving guidance, they were taught to cook from the heart, laugh from the belly and welcome guests like they were part of their own family.

With this warm spirit of southern hospitality, The Deen Brothers - accomplished cooks and restaurateurs in their own right - are excited to bring their twist on southern entertaining to anyone who loves to dine on the lighter side without sacrificing rich, satisfying flavors.

Bobby and Jamie will be offering stainless steel, GRANIX-infused cookware, plus accessories and kitchen appliances, to health-conscious customers. They'll present fresh, fit-friendly takes on their southern favorites, provide low-fat alternatives to cooking and encourage families to make a meaningful event out of mealtime.

In addition, in partnership with award-winning master vintner, Doug Margerum, Jamie is honored to bring to your table Savannah Celllars, an beautiful assortment of varietal wines hand-selected from some of the best vineyards in the country to help you toast to food, family and fun as he does.

Deen Brothers
A next generation of Southern hospitality

Jamie and Bobby DeenAbout the Guest
Jamie Deen is an entrepreneur, businessman, author and son of American cooking and Southern hospitality icon Paula Deen. His hit show Home for Dinner with Jamie Deen airs on the Food Network. Jamie has been an integral part of the now legendary business, The Bag Lady - the sandwich delivery service that launched Paula's culinary career in Savannah, Georgia. Bobby Deen has long been an essential ingredient to the Deen Family's success. Bobby's show, Not My Mama's Meals, currently airs on the Cooking Channel to showcase favorite Southern recipes in a healthier, more approachable way. Jamie and Bobby are also accomplished authors and have published four books: The Deen Bros. Cookbook-Recipes from the Road (2007), Y'all Come Eat (2008), Take It Easy (2009) and Get Fired Up (2011). In 2013, Jamie launched his first solo authorship with Good Food, a beautiful look at family recipes and traditions. Jamie and his brother have also expanded their efforts with a line of spices, bar-b-que sauces and t-shirts, all sold at the Paula Deen Store and at


  • Electric Skillet: 16"L x 20"W x 6"H; 5.16 lbs
  • Lid: 16" diameter x 3"H; 2.76 lbs

Care Instructions

  • Unplug and allow to cool completely before cleaning.
  • Always remove temperature probe before cleaning.
  • Do not submerse cord, probe or skillet in water or other liquid.
  • Remove excess food and oil with a clean cloth.
  • Clean skillet and lid with hot water, dish washing liquid and a non-abrasive sponge.
  • Do not use abrasives or detergents as these may scratch the nonstick coating.