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All-Clad® Stainless Steel Skillets

We love how these skillets handle everything from stir-fry to steak with ease and transfer seamlessly from stovetop to oven. These efficient multi-taskers feature flat bottoms and flared sides for effortless tossing or easy turning with a spatula. Great...Read More

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Spend $500 on All-Clad cookware to receive a bonus lasagna pan and two oven mitts (a $169.95 value). Spend $800 to receive the pan and mitts, plus a bonus 5-qt. colander (a $279.95 value). You must add the lasagna pan and colander to your cart to receive bonus items. To receive the pan and mitts, add SKU 780346 to your cart. To receive the colander, add SKU 1548221 to your cart. The promo will apply automatically; you don't need any special codes.


We love how these skillets handle everything from stir-fry to steak with ease and transfer seamlessly from stovetop to oven. These efficient multi-taskers feature flat bottoms and flared sides for effortless tossing or easy turning with a spatula. Great for cooking at high heat with oils to develop foods with full, rich flavor and crisp texture.

All-Clad’s revolutionary three-ply bonded design features a thick aluminum core for even, efficient heat distribution, sandwiched between durable layers of stainless steel. Ergonomic, stay-cool handles offer greater comfort and control.

14" skillet available through website and catalog only.

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  • Versatile skillets handles everything from steak and pancakes to stir fry with ease
  • Compatible with all oven and stovetop heat sources, including induction
  • Transition seamlessly from stovetop to oven
  • Flat bottoms and flared sides enable effortless tossing
  • Three-ply bonded design heats quickly and evenly
  • Ergonomic, stay-cool handles offers greater comfort and control
  • Stainless steel rivets keep handles permanently secure
  • The 18/10 stainless-steel won’t react with foods
  • Inner aluminum core eliminates hot spots

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: All-Clad
  • Material: Stainless steel and aluminum
  • Care: Dishwasher safe; oven safe up to 500°F
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in the USA


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Customer Reviews

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Worth the price tag
I coveted this pan for a while and my husband surprised me with it as a gift. I balked at the extravagant price tag, but this pan is well worth it. Love the feel of it, even heat, and cleans up beautifully
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July 27, 2011
Nice skillet
I have the 12"" skillet and it's pretty much perfect in every way. It's my first high-end piece of cookware so it was a bit of a shock paying so much for it. It heats very evenly and pretty quickly, and I've never had a problem with food sticking or impossible cleanup. Great skillet
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December 7, 2013
Never have to replace them
These are the last skillets you will ever buy. They heat evenly cook evenly and clean easily. I have other less expensive ones and I can tell the difference between them. The bonus? They are made in the USA.
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January 16, 2014
So many great skillets!
These are a great value, and soon you'll find yourself flipping food like a celebrity chef! The edges make pouring easy. The handles stay cool. And the pans are super-responsive. You can put them right in the oven for a nice pan sear. Plus, the straight handles make for easy nesting and storage.

Started with a 10-piece All-Clad set, and added another 8"" skillet for eggs, another 10"" and a 12"" for larger fish and other protein, and finally the 14"" for mole (the Mexican sauce, not the varmint). It's great to be able to customize the set with extra pieces as needed. Now have a total of six All-Clad skillets, and am extremely happy with them.

These also make great gifts!!
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December 7, 2013

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Sur La Table Store
want to try the All-clad brand, and compare it to the Sur La Table tri-ply standless steel, before investing $$$ into a complete All-clad set of cookware
karen m on Jan 11, 2016
Love All Clad!
Kathy s on Nov 1, 2015
Needed a nice large frying pan. Used one at daughter"s home. My son-in-law is the cook in the family and he swears by it . Love it!!!!
Nancy F on Dec 3, 2015
a good heavy pan is always useful
Mary H M on Sep 12, 2015
What is the difference between this 12"" skillet which is $154.95 and the All Clad 12"" skillet on sale for $99.
A shopper on Feb 21, 2013
Best Answer: I, too had the same question, although the 12"" skillet with the lid is no longer on sale for $99. The original question from Jane B. was asked over a year ago and now it is on sale for $119.96. I finally emailed All-Clad for an answer because I really wanted this particular pan. It comes highly recommended by the editors of Cook's Illustrated, but I couldn't understand why there was such a price difference between the pan with the lid and the pan w/o the lid. I specifically asked if there was a difference between the two pans in weight, size and/ or slope of the sides. An All-Clad rep. wrote back and said that the pans are the same! One just comes with a lid. Bottom line: buy the one with the lid
Reply · Report · Margaret G on Jun 11, 2014
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how do you keep the eggs from sticking to the stainless steel pans? mine became such a horrible mess it took a ton of scrubbing to clean them.
Jennifer M on Nov 23, 2014
Best Answer: Pour in enough oil to coat the pan bottom and swirl it up the the sides. Use a high heat oil. Heat the pan to near smoking but do not let it reach smoking point. If it does, start over. Add eggs and let them sit. Do not stir them until they begin to set. If you are making an omelet, you can carefully lift up the edge of the eggs and tilt the skillet to let the excess egg run under the edge. Do this on all sides. Once the eggs have set, they should slide easily in the pan. If it appears the pan is too hot when cooking the eggs, turn heat down slightly and lift the skillet off the burner for a few seconds until it has cooled slightly and the pan has also cooled a bit. To clean your pan, fill with hot water and let it sit. This will release any bits of egg that may have adhered to the pan. Good luck. I've used the All-Clad stainless for years and love it. Remember: don't get the pan too hot, don't stir the eggs until they are set, remove skillet from heat for a few seconds if it gets too hot while cooking eggs, soak pan in hot water to loosen any cooked on bits.
Reply · Report · Kenneth A on Nov 24, 2014
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Does the 14"" come with a lid
A shopper on Oct 8, 2012
Best Answer: The All-Clad 14 inch Skillet does not have a lid. The largest All-Clad Skillet we carry with a lid is the 11 inch.
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Oct 9, 2012
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do they come with lids? What is the difference between this and the french skillet?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2011
Best Answer: The French skillet has more surface area than the skillet, and will keep the food better in the pan if you toss your food in it. It doesn't have the rim that the frypan has, but these pans are not really used for pouring much liquid, but rather braising and searing. In addition, the French skillet is more light weight
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Nov 8, 2011
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I like potstickers, and have ordered the best from QVC several times. I have always cooked them in a nonstick pan, with good results. However, when I cooked the frozen potstickers in this 10" copper core skillet, they fell apart. I used about 2 Tbsp. olive oil, heated the pan to medium, and put them in and covered it with a lid. They stuck to the pan, and just fell apart. Any suggestions, beside use a non stick pan??
Jane W on Dec 6, 2015
Best Answer: Try a higher burn point oil like peanut oil and maybe a little less heat.

I am in the process of ridding my kitchen of nonstick cookware. I have learned that using less heat is key.
Reply · Report · Nelson G on Dec 8, 2015
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Will these pans warp with high heat?
A shopper on Sep 16, 2014
Best Answer: So far, mine has not. I've had it on high heat and it has held up.
Reply · Report · Laura O on Sep 16, 2014
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