Non stick ceramic fry pan

I have a non-stick ceramic coated aluminum frying pan that I use generally for meat. After not using it for more than 24 hours, one day I heat it up a pesto sauce that it turned out had parmesan in it. What is the status of the pan? Do I need to throw it out? Can I continue using it for meat? If yes, how? If not, can I use it for dairy now?

Thank you!!

The pan needs to be “Koshered”- Yes, you may continue using for meat afterwards.

Below is a quote from our guide to koshering.

“Frying pans can be koshered by putting it on the fire without anything in it, until it gets pretty hot. 3 to 4 minutes will usually do the trick. No need to burn the pan”.

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