Go for Iron
….As in cast iron pans for cooking. An iron surface heats evenly, and the pan will last for a lifetime, if cared for properly. This type of surface is both non-toxic and nonstick. When you fist get the pan, rinse it and then coat the surface liberally with vegetable oil. Rub the oil in gently with a paper towel and then bake the empty pan in the oven at 375 degrees for about 90 minutes. Remove and allow the pan to cool before storing it in a dry, cool storage area. You can re-treat the pan periodically with the light oil rub.
Never wash the treated iron pan with soap. Just rinse it well and pat dry. You’ll know it’s time to re-treat, when eggs or other food items begin to stick. You can loosen any remaining food by rubbing the surface with coarse salt before rinsing.