Sur La Table Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Saucier, 2 qt.
- Offering expert quality at an exceptional price, our newly redesigned tri-ply cookware collection is better than ever
- Delivers the same great performance of the past with enhanced, user-friendly features
- Featuring gleaming 18/10 stainless steel top and bottom layers bonded to a middle layer of pure aluminum, tri-ply design ensures rapid and even heat distribution
- Larger, more ergonomic stay-cool handles are curved for maximum comfort and efficiency
- Stainless steel rivets keep handles permanently attached
- Rolled edges ensure easier pouring
- Tighter-fitting lid retains moisture as you cook and keeps food warm till you’re ready to serve
- Larger lid handle easily accommodates potholder or oven mitt
- Compatible with all stovetop heat sources, including induction
- The 18/10 stainless steel won’t react with foods
- Manufacturer: Sur La Table
- Includes: Saucier and lid
- Material: Stainless steel and aluminum
- Capacity: 2 qt.
- Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
- Made in China
Care & Usage Show
- Broiler, stovetop and dishwasher safe. Oven safe to 500°F
LID FITS WELL AND LID HANDLE IS LARGE ENOUGH TO SLIP OVER THE PAN HANDLE TO HANG BOTH TOGETHER. PAN HANDLE IS COMFORTABLE; POT IS WELL BALANCED.
I LOVE THIS GREAT PAN
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Questions & Answers
I am not fond of the all-steel lid, since I like to keep an eye on what's cooking (contrary to what your average Old Wife will tell you, a watched pot does, indeed, boil). If you should have another Sur la Table saucepan--and if you don't, I urge you to get one--and it has a 8" glass lid, you can use it for all manner of recipes.
By the way, if you DO buy this saucier (and I urge you to do so), and you want to keep it as good-looking as it is good-cooking, use only Bar Keepers Friend. I am sure you can find it at any relatively large grocery store. You should also put a small piece of soft stuff--the rubberized mesh shelf paper--over whatever you rest the pan on when you are washing it.
Obviously I'm prejudiced, and why not? This collection of pans of all sorts looks good on display, cooks like a dream, and lasts of years if you take care of it, and as if you don't. too; it lasts for years and cooks just as well as it did new but it won't be as pretty if you bang it around, scrub it using SOS-type pads, or do things which will scratch and/or dent stainless steel. If I were still working long hours, I'd probably have be satisfied with the pan's developing a nice patina).
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will the 2 qt steamer fit the 2 qt saucier?