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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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non-stickˌnon-ˈstick adjective  DFUa non-stick cooking pan has a special inside surface which prevents food from sticking to it
Examples from the Corpus
non-stickDrop by rounded teaspoons on to a greased non-stick cookie sheet.Place biscuits on a non-stick cookie sheet.Divide the mixture between two non-stick cups of an egg poacher.Serves 6 1 Place the cream, spices and lemon rind in a non-stick pan and bring gently to the boil.Leave to dry on non-stick paper, spaced well apart.The unique Master Baker non-stick silicone coating ensures a perfect turn-out.Heat the oil in a non-stick skillet.They just wipe it clean, leaving a natural skim that works better than non-stick surfaces developed by space-age scientists.
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