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Mauviel® M’passion Copper Preserving Pans

HAND MADE

Preserve summer’s bounty in the very best pan available. Unlined hammered copper works well with the higher temperatures required for good preserving and canning. The tapered sides of this generous pan make stirring easy, and the wide top promotes...Read More

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HAND MADE Preserve summer’s bounty in the very best pan available. Unlined hammered copper works well with the higher temperatures required for good preserving and canning. The tapered sides of this generous pan make stirring easy, and the wide top promotes fast evaporation.

  • Manufacturer: Mauviel
  • Material: Copper and bronze
  • Care: Never use steel wool or bleach (see below for special care instructions)
  • Capacity: 11 qt. and 15 qt.
  • Dimensions: The 11-qt. size has a 11.5" base; the 15-qt. size has a 12" base.
  • Made in France
FEATURES:
  • Bronze handle fixed by sturdy, stainless steel rivets
  • Easy to clean–no re-tinning
  • For use on any heating element except on induction hob
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 will not change the conductivity of the copper material. Never clean with bleach or steel wool. This can lead to irreparable damage. If food sticks to the inside, soak it with hot soapy water. To restore the shiny copper surface to your Mauviel pots and pans, use Mauviel Copperbrill Copper Polish.

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I would marry this pan if I could
The only reason I won't marry this pan is that I'm already married to a husband I love. The reason I love my husband so much is that he bought me this pan as a surprise gift one summer. I make fruit conserves and jams in the style of Christine Ferber, and this pan is perfect! The pan conducts and holds heat beautifully, and is much less likely to scorch than other pans I've used. The shape is perfect for cooking medium or large batches of jam.
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Virginia H on Mar 21, 2015
Mauviel is very high quality. I'll use it in my professional kitchen.
Susan Allan B on Aug 6, 2014
Which size is preferable for an iconic, lifetime piece?
A shopper on May 5, 2015
Best Answer: Probably a smaller one than the big one I bought. I bought it for my sister-in-law who is making large batches of specialty artisan jams for sale. She is convinced that the even heat transfer of copper makes a difference in the quality and consistency of the jams. I would pick the size according to how large a batch you think that you'll make. If you also want it as a show piece you'll have to polish it once in a while.
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How to clean scorches off the pan?

I'm curious about how you would clean off thick scorch marks from the bottom of the pan if you can't use steel wool?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2013
Best Answer: Most people suggest that you use tomato paste or ketchup. Simply rub it onto the scorch mark and let it sit for about 10 minutes, then rub it away
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