Mauviel M’150b Mini Saucepan with Lid
- Combines two powerful cooking materials: 1.5mm copper and 18/10 stainless steel
- Copper exterior provides exceptional heat conductivity and control; stainless-steel interior is non-reactive
- Tight-fitting lid seals in moisture and keeps food warm until ready to serve
- Ergonomic bronze handle is securely riveted for a lifetime of use
- Suitable for use with most stovetop heat sources; not suitable for use with induction cooktops; oven and broiler safe to 500°F
- Always cook on low to medium heat; do not overheat empty pan; when cooking on a gas stovetop, ensure that the flame never extends beyond the base of the pan
- Manufacturer: Mauviel
- Material: Copper; stainless steel; bronze
- Dimensions: 3½" x 1.7"
- Capacity: 0.4 qt.
- Warranty: Lifetime
- Made in France
Care & Usage Show
- Hand wash only
- Special-Care Instructions: Copper is an exceptional material for kitchen use. Maintained properly, your copper cookware will last for generations. Before first use and after each use, carefully wash with hot, soapy water then rinse and dry. Over time, copper can change color through use; however, this change is cosmetic and does not change the conductivity of the material. Never clean with bleach or scrub with steel wool, as this can lead to irreparable damage. If food sticks to the inside, soak in hot, soapy water. To restore the shine to your Mauviel pots and pans, use Mauviel Copperbrill Copper Polish
I set it on the burner of my stove and admired it for 10 seconds and pretty much forgot about it until 3 nights later when i had my mom and sis over for dinner.
My sister instantly notices it sitting on my stove and exclaims, "omg, that is so cute!" Puzzled I turned around to see what she was talking about and she was in reference to the Mauviel. :)
My mom then turned around and said, "aw, how cute." haha. I didn't know that girls would think little sauce pots are "cute."
It was then photographed by my sister and sent to my cousin and she loved it too.
So, yes, the women love it, but i cooked with it once to warm up some Yoshida's Sauce and it worked great. The nice rose gold/copper color burned off a little towards the bottom but i assume that is normal?
Also, it is a very small pot. Only for boiling say, 1 egg or some sauce.
Would i recommend? Yes, if only because how great it looks, and how "cute" it apparently is. haha
3 weeks ago
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