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All-Clad Weeknight Pan

The perfect pan for weeknight meals, this do-it-all workhorse combines a wide cooking area that’s ideal for searing, browning or reducing sauces with gently sloping, high sides that are perfect for simmering, sautéing and braising. Part...Read More

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The perfect pan for weeknight meals, this do-it-all workhorse combines a wide cooking area that’s ideal for searing, browning or reducing sauces with gently sloping, high sides that are perfect for simmering, sautéing and braising.

Part sauté pan, part saucier, this all-in-one pan is a versatile vessel that you’ll reach for more than any other. Use it to prepare delicious one-pot meals like Spanish omelet with chorizo, lamb stew, braised beef short ribs, or sweet sausage and cannellini pasta. The design is also ideal for stovetop searing followed by an oven finish. Included lid locks in moisture and allows the pan to be used for risotto, stews and more.

Discover more delicious recipes from All-Clad Chef Ambassadors: Click here »

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  • Tri-ply 18/10 stainless steel construction diffuses heat efficiently and consistently
  • Compatible with all cooktops, including induction, as well as oven, broiler and dishwasher safe
  • Deep design easily accommodates large foods without overcrowding
  • Tight-fitting lid locks in moisture and heat—perfect for braising or stewing
  • Rims are designed to allow dripless pouring
  • Includes five exclusive one-pot recipes developed by All-Clad’s Chef Ambassadors

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: All-Clad
  • Material: Stainless steel, aluminum
  • Capacity: 2.5 qt. or 4 qt.
  • Dimensions: 2.5 qt.: 4 qt.: 13" x 6"; 24" wide (with handle)
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in USA

Care & Usage Show

  • Dishwasher safe
  • Stovetop, oven and broiler safe up to 500°F

What's In the box? Show

  • Pan
  • Lid
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Customer Reviews

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"Great pan, very long handle"
This pan looks great and I was excited to use it but alas, its handle is so long and angled upward to the extent that it would not fit at all in my broiler and barely fit on a diagonal in my oven, if no other shelves are loaded. I'm going to spend a little more for one that has two small handles instead of one giant handle
March 31, 2014
One Use, Pitted
On size I have to say this pan is excellent and really rounds out the standard All-Clad collection I received as a gift. However, one browned chicken later, this one doesn't seem to be quite as sturdy as the others-- there's more pitting in the bottom of this pan than in the pieces I've owned five (or more) years. I'm not sure what the difference is in this one and those, but I wouldn't throw away my packaging (like I did) until you've used it a few times. The size and shape are great, though; it works like a giant skillet.
September 7, 2015
Love it!
I can't say enough great things about this pan. It's size and shape make it the ultimate go-to pan for pretty much everything. I used it just the other night to sear and simmer and then threw it in the oven to braise...amazing! As with any All-Clad item, it is build to last and the tri-ply construction enables even heat distribution. Buy it, you won't be sorry
February 6, 2014
Great Everyday Pan!
I use this pan on a nightly basis - it is perfect for roasting veggies. I love how the stainless steel gets the perfect caramelization on my onions. I'm planning on buying this pan for my friends wedding next month even though she didn't register for it. Its such a great size to make enough food for left overs (I hate a crowded pan). I definitely recommend!
February 3, 2014
Very versatile
This is a great basic pan, I find myself reaching for it nearly every time I cook. It is deep and wide enough to make most meals for a small family. I'd recommend this pan for beginners that aren't sure which pan to use for new recipes - just use the weeknight pan and you'll be fine. It's a little heavy, but it needs to be in order to be a great product, and the handle is quite long, but it stays cool while cooking.
One note on cleaning - I used Barkeeper's Friend (as recommended) and it scratched the interior a little. I've never had that issue with Bon Ami (a similar powder cleaning product that smells much better and is found at grocery stores).
November 11, 2014
What a great pan!
I love this pan!!! The high sides were a strong selling point. I love All Clad's quality. I used this pan as soon as I received it. It was wonderful! I own many All Clad products and this is one of my favorites. I would recommend this pan to anyone.
May 29, 2014
Brilliant pan!
I love multi-functional pans. When one pan can serve the purpose of 2, 3, or even 4 pans I am thrilled. This is one of those pans. It's a skillet, saute pan, saucier, braiser and soup pot all in one. All-Clad quality is best-in-class hands down so you know this pan is built to last. This is a great pan for one pot cooking. This pan will not disappoint.
January 13, 2015
Very pleased with this pan!
After months of indecision I finally bought this pan and have used it at least daily since its arrival. My new favorite!
November 17, 2014

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
I love all clad and this was on a bridal registry.
Meta D on Apr 23, 2016
Husband cooks and wanted a multipurpose, lidded pan for his creations
MARGARET D on Mar 28, 2016
I love all clad and this was on a bridal registry.
Meta D on Apr 23, 2016
Wedding gift registry
Maritza L on Apr 10, 2016
Husband cooks and wanted a multipurpose, lidded pan for his creations
MARGARET D on Mar 28, 2016
I like the fact that it has the curved side and is a good size for me. Also like the all-clad products.
Roslie S on Mar 28, 2016
Perfect blend between a saucier and a saute pan
Cheryl S on Mar 25, 2016
I think they would use it and I wanted something that was quality
JEREMIAH J M on Mar 20, 2016
I love All-clad and appreciate the sale price.
marcie L on Mar 18, 2016
wedding registry gift
Lisa K on Mar 7, 2016
All Clad products are excellent. Also, on sale.
Klaren M on Feb 21, 2016
saw it advertised,read reviews and liked what I read about it
cynthia m on Feb 10, 2016
My favorite cookware. Even when I burn something, it cleans easily.
Kathleen N on Jan 30, 2016
high quality merchandise
Beth B on Jan 27, 2016
Small enough for one person and lighter weight than a 4 qt
Linda P on Jan 24, 2016
I love all clad and find that my smaller pans are used more often because I'm single and cook smaller meals. I have the 1 qt., 1.5 qt, 2 qt and now with this purchase the 2.5qt. I love these pots!!
Sara P on Jan 14, 2016
I saw this pan in a Sur la Table store. I think it will be the perfect size pan to replace a non-stick pan that I have been using to cook rice and vegetables.
CLELIA D on Jan 3, 2016
It is smaller and weighs less , good for an older person!
susan c k on Dec 19, 2015
Our son requested this item. He loves these pans and loves to cook. He said they are the best!!
Don D on Dec 14, 2015
My husband LOVES cooking with All-Clad
Brandy W on Dec 12, 2015
Betty C on Nov 30, 2015
All-Clad is my favorite brand, no scorching and easy clean-up.
Joyce C on Nov 27, 2015
A weeknight pan of this size is the perfect saucier for our kitchen. It will be used 150 - 200 times per year - without doubt. All-Clad is my exclusive brand in the kitchen.
Robert L on Nov 26, 2015
It fits the small burner on our ceramic cook-top.
Allan P on Nov 22, 2015
Daughter is starting an all-clad cookware set. It is a gift.
CLAUDIA Y on Nov 21, 2015
This is a gift and I know it is quality.
Roxann L on Nov 19, 2015
The make and the size of the pan. I have All-Clad and like cooking with them.
Jackie E on Nov 11, 2015
i really like the 4 quart weeknight pan i already have but need something a little smaller with a handle for some dishes. Hope this works.
Marcia T on Nov 7, 2015
Style, functionality
Adrina W on Oct 25, 2015
I know All Clad is an excellent produect
W P R on Oct 23, 2015
This pan is the perfect size to make small dinner dishes. All-Clad cannot be beat for performance of browning and making the perfect sauce. I have never been disappointed!
Great value for a pan of this quality.
Donald F on Oct 13, 2015
Perfect for smaller families. Love All Clad brand, known for durability and great functionality.
SANDRA M P on Oct 5, 2015
Excellent cookware
Leslie K on Sep 29, 2015
Our daughter recommended it as a perfect gift for the new couple.
richard t on Sep 14, 2015
son wants it
joan n on Sep 5, 2015
very good quality cookware
Kathy I on Sep 3, 2015
Good size for many purposes; currently do not have this size or oven/cooktop versatility
Marilyn R on Sep 1, 2015
perfect match to my smaller one
Joanne H on Aug 31, 2015
size and dimensions
Candace C on Aug 28, 2015
I have a lot of All Clad - it is the best!
Iona N. M on Aug 20, 2015
It's a great size and I love to make 1 pan meals. I also love that it has the extra handle so it can be kept level when lifted and will be easier to maneuver when hot.
Elizabeth B on Jul 30, 2015
Why not? Great size. Versatile and can finish in oven. Almost went with Cassoulet pan but this fits the one pot meal bill easily. Fills a "hole" in my set.
Marc H on Jul 5, 2015
Stephen B on Jun 17, 2015
Love this pan!
Peggy F on May 28, 2015
Gift Registry
Lisa A on Mar 28, 2015
Been pleased with the brand and it got good reviews
HB C on Jan 27, 2015
Was looking for a deeper pan than the everyday pan I was using and this fit the bill. Now it is my go to pan for almost every meal I make. Love it. Easy to clean, works like a champ.
Teresa S on Jan 23, 2015
It is a gift for my husband. He loves to cook.
Nicole Z on Jan 15, 2015
Perfect size for a lot of my cooking - like an 4 pound chicken - either cut up or whole. Also, holds larger servings. And I absolutely love it. It is my go to pan. Bought one for my son, too.
Susan M on Jan 12, 2015
Looks versatile - like a pan you'd use every night.
ANTHONY P on Jan 11, 2015
I have a 3qt and a 5qt and one was sometimes too small and the other too big. This one seems just right. (said Goldilocks)
David B on Jan 3, 2015
review in LA Times
Mark R on Dec 22, 2014
Wedding gift registry
Maritza L on Apr 10, 2016
I like the fact that it has the curved side and is a good size for me. Also like the all-clad products.
Roslie S on Mar 28, 2016
Dimension on Stove top?

Dimension is given as 13"" excluding handle. But the sides are sloping. What is the diameter of the pan that actually sits on the cook-top? That is, the bottom of the pan
A shopper on Feb 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This pan has a 9"" cooking surface diameter
What is the difference between the sauciers and the weeknight pans?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sauciers have taller sides like saucepans.
How deep is the pan? (Height given probably includes handle, rather than depth of the pan itself.)
A shopper on Sep 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It's a little over 3 inches deep at the center.
Whats the difference between this pan and the 4 qt saute pan? Couldn't figure out any difference on the shape
ricardo f on Jan 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think this pan is between a saucier and a saute pan. It is not straight-sided like the saute pan, but the sides are higher than the saute pan. It is more bowl shaped.
Where can I find the recipes you used in these pictures?

It's nice to include what you cook in this pot. I really want to know since I bought this pan already.
A shopper on Feb 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Lemongrass & Coconut Curry Gnocchi with Shrimp and Asparagus*pork chop recipe started with this and got pared down to just red onion and chunks of butternut squash: Cacciatore (Hunter's Wife's Chicken)Known as "hunter's wife's chicken" this dish has been named in honor of the hunter's wife who all over northern Italy, cooked the dish on the eve of the hunt to provide fuel for the chase. This rustic, yet satisfying dish has various versions including the optional addition of mushrooms, kale and a variety of herbs.Yield: 4 servings4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil2 medium yellow onions, cut into 1/4-inch dice2 cloves garlic, minced5 (1-1/4 pounds) chicken drumsticks, skin-on5 (1-3/4 pounds) chicken thighs, skin-on1 cup dry white wine1 (28-ounce) can peeled whole San Marzano tomatoes, roughly chopped, juice reserved1 bay leaf1 teaspoon fresh rosemary leaves, minced1/4 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley, mincedKosher salt and freshly ground black pepper1 cup chicken broth, low-sodiumPlace the oil in a large heavy-bottom skillet and set over medium-high heat. When the oil is shimmering, add the onions and saute, stirring occasionally until tender, about 7 minutes. Add the garlic and sauté until fragrant and tender, about 2 minutes.Using a wooden spoon, push the onion to the side of the skillet, add the chicken drumsticks and thighs, and seal turning pieces several times to brown evenly, about 4 minutes per side.Add the wine and cook until the liquid evaporates, about 5 minutes. Add the tomatoes, with the juice, to the chicken.Lower the temperature to medium-low, and add the bay leaf, rosemary, and parsley. Partially cover skillet, and simmer, adding chicken stock gradually as the tomato juice evaporates, for about 35 to 45 minutes. Taste, and season with salt and pepper
I have disappointing experiences with using stainless steel skillets for any meat: the meat invariably sticks to the pan, no matter what type of oil or butter you use. Is there a specific proofing procedure that you have to use to make the pan suitable for use with meats or eggs?
John A on Aug 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Before you begin searing the meat, it should have a chance to warm up a bit at room temperature, say for 20 minutes or so, before you put it into a hot pan. Cold food going into a hot pan is a sure recipe for major sticking. Pat the surface of the meat dry before placing it in the hot oil. This is also a major problem that can cause sticking and a lot of sputtering oil. Make sure you use a cooking oil that will tolerate high heat such as canola oi or extra light olive oil. Use enough oil to lightly cover the bottom of the pan. Preheat the pan before adding the cooking oil because it takes the metal of the pan longer to come up to heat than it does the cooking oil. When the pan has had a chance to preheat a bit, then is the time to add the cooking oil. Allow the oil to heat up until you see the surface of the oil shimmer and creep across the bottom of the pan before you add the meat. Once the meat is in the pan, leave it alone--don't move it-- and allow it to sear for 2 or 3 minutes. It is supposed to stick to the bottom of the pan initially. This is all part of the browning process. If you see a bit of brown showing along the bottom sides of the meat, gently try to move the meat to see if it has released from the pan. When it has browned properly, it will release on its own. Check the color on the browned side. If it is to your liking, then turn the meat and, again, leave it alone and in place for at least 2 minutes to allow the browning process to happen. Once it releases on its own and the color is to your liking--success! If you are still having problems with the meat sticking, you may be allowing your pan to get too hot . If the oil smokes, the pan is definitely too hot. Ease back on the heat a bit. All Clad products are fantastic for creating a great sear on meat. If you follow my suggestions, I think you'll have less sticking problems.
is this a good risotto pan?
Frederic L on Aug 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I use this for my risotto regularly
What is the diameter of the 2.5 qt pan?
Carol D on Dec 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 12.75 inches in diameter, about 3 inches deep...marvelous pan that cooks to 500 F in the oven
is this considered an induction pan?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have a new glass top Dacro stove...wonderful for most of my pans, but I'm not really pleased with this pan. Sticking, even with oil, is a major factor! Whether cooking pasta, meat, chicken, etc, I expected, for a "made in America" pan. I must use Bartenders Friend, to really clean it...and not really shiny, as my 20 yr old Revere wear pots and pansi are after simply washing with soap and water. I question the quality of the stainless steel, that I hope is not from China. Not pleased with this pan!
BTW, not the only person expressing this opinion! Research!!
How similar is this to the 4 quart D5 Essential pan?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Both of these pieces are the same shape.
Is the Weeknight pan available in D5 finish? If not, are there plans to add a D5 finish in this pan in the near future?
Carole W on Aug 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There is a D5 pan similar to it called the Essential pan.
What are the dimensions for the 2.5 qt. pan? The dimensions for the larger pan are listed under "specifications", but not the small one.
A shopper on Aug 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 2.5qt measures 9" in diameter, 3 " deep.


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