Fry up corn nuts, peanuts, and pepitas in a skillet, then sprinkle them with chili powder and salt.
There were no flames shooting up around a skillet, no frenzy at the stove.
And nothing escapes over the side, as things are wont to do from my skillet.
Use a non-stick skillet, and pour enough oil to cover the surface of skillet and heat for a few seconds.
This pancake and waffle mix that you shoot onto the skillet is like a cross between ReddiWip and Silly String.
A little wisp of black smoke curled up from the skillet in which she was cooking bacon.
Melt a pound of butter by putting it into a skillet on hot coals.
Have ready a skillet of boiling lard; put the dough-nuts into it, and fry them brown; and when cool grate loaf-sugar over them.
Throw them into a skillet of boiling water, and boil them twenty minutes; but when sufficiently done, they will rise to the top.
There was also a skillet for baking bread, which resembled a covered spider without a handle.
c.1400, of uncertain origin, perhaps from Middle French esculette "a little dish" (Modern French écuelle), diminutive of escuele "plate," from Latin scutella "serving platter" (see scuttle (n.)); or formed in English from skele "wooden bucket or pail" (early 14c.), from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse skjola "pail, bucket").