I'm going through my mom's pots and pans. She has a beautiful set of stainless steel cookery that's never been used, including a skillet I want to use for a fritata.
There's nothing on the plastic or on the skillet itself that indicates it's nonstick. Should I just assume it is since it's newer?
I'm using a fair amount of olive oil for my recipe. In the event the skillet is not nonstick, will the oil make it okay?
Or should I invest in one of those nonstick cooking sprays? Which one is best? I never used them before. Is there a residue of their flavor on the food?