3.5-litre sauté pan with a lid, made of high-quality steel. Thanks to the large frying area and high sides of the sauté pan, it is suited for versatile cooking.
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3.5-litre sauté pan with a lid, made of high-quality steel. Thanks to the large frying area and high sides of the sauté pan, it is suited for versatile cooking. With a versatile sauté pan, you can cook stews, diverse oven dishes and steaks for dinner. Completely made of steel, the vessel endures high temperatures and is excellently suited for use in the oven. Always use fat when frying, do not heat empty. The care-free sauté pan is easy to keep clean – you can wash it in a dishwasher without any concerns. Suitable for all hob types and oven. Designed and made in Finland.
Temperature adjustment is very important for use from the point of view of using a stainless sauté pan. A stainless vessel browns in considerably lower temperatures than coated vessels, so it is important to lower the hob temperature to avoid the food from sticking to the pan and burning. When cooking more sensitive ingredients, such as chicken or fish, use lower frying temperature and add a hefty amount of fat or oil onto the pan. Proteins can stick to steel even at low temperatures, and achieving a nice frying result can be challenging at first. The suitable frying temperature can be found through trial and error. Avoid turning the food unnecessarily in the early phases of frying. Let the ingredients fry in peace at first, which allows a good sear to form, and only then flip it. This also considerably reduces the sticking of ingredients.
Volume: 3.0 L
Top diameter: 26 cm
Material: stainless steel
Freight weight: 1.63 kg
Always wash the casserole before use. The best results are achieved by cleaning the casserole immediately after use, any stuck food can be easily removed by boiling water in it. Wash and dry the casserole after washing it.
Colours of the rainbow
Colours of the rainbow on steel are due to sudden temperature changes. The phenomenon is completely harmless and disappears by itself over time. If you wish, you can treat the pot with a vinegar solution.