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Mauviel M’steel Skillets

Inspired by the simple carbon steel cookware used throughout France, Mauviel’s M’steel collection represents a return to the roots of cooking. Featuring exceptional heat transfer and the ability to be preheated to extremely high temperatures...Read More

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Inspired by the simple carbon steel cookware used throughout France, Mauviel’s M’steel collection represents a return to the roots of cooking. Featuring exceptional heat transfer and the ability to be preheated to extremely high temperatures, M’steel cookware is perfect for searing, browning, stir-frying and more. Constructed from extra-thick carbon steel with riveted steel handles, this heritage-quality cookware will endure a lifetime of use.

Skillet features a flat cooking surface for incredible results while searing and a sturdy, angled handle for easy tossing and sautéing.

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  • Carbon steel features excellent heat conduction at a fraction of the weight of cast iron
  • Heat safe to high temperatures, allowing extra-long preheating for excellent results when searing or browning
  • When properly cared for, carbon steel becomes increasingly nonstick with each use
  • Extremely durable, commercial-grade carbon steel is safe for use with metal utensils and will not retain flavors or odors
  • For use with all cooktops, including induction

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  • Manufacturer: Mauviel
  • Material: Carbon steel
  • Care: Hand wash with warm water only immediately after use. Dry completely. Wipe with oiled paper towel and store in a dry place. Carbon steel will change color and develop a patina with use—this is natural and does not negatively affect the pan’s performance
  • Use: Oven safe to 680°F
  • Dimensions: 8" diameter; 11" diameter
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in France

Care & Usage Show

  • Special-Care Instructions: M’steel cookware ships with a beeswax coating that must be removed prior to use. To remove coating, scrub with hot, soapy water. Pan must be seasoned to prevent corrosion. To season, dry pan completely after cleaning, then wipe with a thin coat of flavorless cooking oil. Heat until oil liquefies, then turn heat off and wipe off excess oil. Repeat as necessary
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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Thank you Tyler Florence for providing the seasoning instructions for this. I had to buy one just to try.
Jason B on Jan 31, 2016
Good Value for a carbon steel pan. I prefer them to non-sticks for heat retention and resistance.
Michael A on Jan 5, 2016
Thank you Tyler Florence for providing the seasoning instructions for this. I had to buy one just to try.
Jason B on Jan 31, 2016
Review in "Cooks Illustrated"
Robert P on Jan 15, 2016
Good Value for a carbon steel pan. I prefer them to non-sticks for heat retention and resistance.
Michael A on Jan 5, 2016
Cooks illustrated recommendation
Christopher C on Dec 29, 2015
I needed a new small skillet and carbon steel is the best!
vpann on Dec 28, 2015
Recommended
JON S on Dec 10, 2015
My son asked for a carbon steel skillet to add to his cookware and this looked to be fine quality.
SANDRA F on Nov 17, 2015
Cook's Illustrated recommended it.
David B on Nov 8, 2015
RECOMMENDED BY COOKS ILLUSTRATED
JANICE R on Nov 7, 2015
My husband wants it.
Connie B on Nov 5, 2015
Recommended in Cook's Illustrated as easy non-stick chef's choice.
Kimberly T on Nov 2, 2015
America's test kitchen review and compatibility with induction cooking.
Brian M on Oct 27, 2015
Recommended by Cooks Illustrated.
David T on Oct 8, 2015
Wanted to try old school style omelet pan.
Rich L on Sep 18, 2015
Review in Cooks magazine.
Diane G on Sep 6, 2015
Mauviel's carbon steel is the best I've seen. Who needs nonstick when this will last decades.
Atticus K on Jun 7, 2015
I chose this item, because I'm learning to cook French food.
Maureen B on Jan 15, 2015
Good reputation. Don't want to use synthetic non-stick.
Christina N on Nov 28, 2014
Review in "Cooks Illustrated"
Robert P on Jan 15, 2016
Cooks illustrated recommendation
Christopher C on Dec 29, 2015
This looks like a carbon copy (pun intended) of the Mineral B Element pans - how would you compare the two?
A shopper on Mar 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Aesthetically they appear very similar, but their composition is quite different. The de Buyer pan has a 2-3mm thickness & is made of iron, but the Mauviel pan is 1.2-3mm & is made of black steel.
Use & Care for both is almost identical as well. I think when it comes down to it, you have to choose which material you prefer.
Is there a lid that goes with these pans?
A shopper on Oct 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No, there is no lid for these pans.
Is the measurement listed for cooking surface or overall size of pan. In other words, when it says it's eight inches, is that measured at the surface of the pan or from lip to lip?
A shopper on Aug 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I just measured the pan. It is 9.75 lip to lip and 7.5" across the flat part of the cooking surface. It could be 7.75" as you start to come up the slopes a little.
Hope this helps. Great pan!
Are the. Carbon steel skillets non stick with some oil or butter???
Anthony M on Dec 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They have to be seasoned first, using the easy included instructions. Mine seems to work better for omelets (really non-stick), but not quite so non-stick yet for scrambled eggs that need lots of stirring. I've only used it a few times, so I'm hoping it will improve over time as I use it more and more (and re-season as needed, occasionally). It's much better than a different brand of black steel pan I tried several years ago - good shape, high sides with a good angle, easy to roll up the omelet and release onto a plate.
Can you use some oil or butter with ceramic cookware ????
Anthony M on Dec 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sure, oil or burter goes wih ceramic cookware as well as he carbon steel frying pan.
 

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