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All-Clad Stainless 7-1/2-Inch French Skillet

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  • 7-1/2-inch skillet with deeper sidewalls facilitates turning and flipping
  • 18/10-stainless-steel interior; magnetic stainless-steel exterior; encapsulated aluminum core
  • Stay-cool, cast stainless-steel handle riveted for strength
  • Suitable for induction burners; oven-safe to 500 degrees F; not broiler safe
  • Dishwasher-safe, but hand-washing recommended; lifetime warranty
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Material Stainless Steel 18-10 Steel Cast Iron Stainless Steel
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Size: 7.5 IN
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 7.8 x 5.8 inches ; 2.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0016PHKGK
  • Item model number: 5106
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,486 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 7.5 IN

With its sculpturesque form and patented bonded construction, the new All Clad 7.5-inch Stainless French Skillet blurs the line between art and science. A precisely-contured heel and slightly deeper sidewall facilitate turning and flipping. Bonded layers of 18/10 stainless steel and aluminum provide ideal balance, handling weight, and supremely-even heat diffusion. Perfect for sauteing, frying, and general versatility, the All Clad French Skillet is the true culinary artist's latest inspiration.

Customer Reviews

I hope you do not get either of my returns!
T. Gaa
I also love the steeper sides - much more practical than their regular fry pan with rounded sides.
I love to cook at home and I've been very impressed with my other All Clad stainless cookware.

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94 of 102 people found the following review helpful By D. Henderson on November 29, 2007
Size Name: 13 Inch Stainless
My All Clad LTD 13" French skillet pan will now get more use now that I converted from an electric range to a (natural) gas range. I tried using the 13" French skillet on my 8" electric element and was disappointed with the uneven heating: the outer portion of the bottom did not get hot enough to cook the food (in my case, omelets). That was not a problem with my All Clad 12" fry pans (Copper Core and LTD). Now that I have a natural gas range, the French skillet's entire bottom heats evenly and my omelets turn out great. The handle length works for this largest of All Clad's French skillets. I decided to buy this pan over the All Clad 14" fry pan while both pan bottoms are the same diameter, the French skillet's pan top has a smaller diameter than the 14" fry pan due to the steeper slope. If I need to cover the French skillet when cooking, I can use the lid from my All Clad 6 quart sauté pan (which fits)! There is no All Clad lid I know that I can cover the 14" fry pan, not even if you buy it separately. And the 13" French skillet feels lighter than the 14" fry pan (LTD or stainless). If All Clad made the French skillet in Copper Core, I may get it depending on the weight. Copper is heavy.

Weights less than the All Clad 14" stainless or LTD fry pan but with the same bottom cooking area.
Can be covered if you have the lid for the stainless or LTD 6 quart sauté pans

CONS: Does not heat evenly when used on an electric (coil) range.

One last note. If you have a gas range (mine is a Wolf) I really noticed just how quickly the Copper Core pans heats up when compared with the stainless and LTD lines. When I was using an electric range, I appreciated how quickly the Copper Cores heat up.
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76 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Peter Bridge on February 21, 2009
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The All-Clad stainless line is made of fairly thin stock, and the performance is acceptable, but not outstanding. My desire for All-Clad started when I used the old Master Chef products, but those were manufactured of thicker material, and they conducted better than the current stainless series of products.

January 2010 update -- check out the "d5" line of All-Clad stainless offered by Williams-Sonoma. At a glance, they appear to be heavier, and they have also added a pouring lip to the pots -- the 90-degree lip on the regular stainless pots does not pour cleanly, and makes a mess down the side of the pot. Ridiculous for a product in this market segment. I bumped into an All-Clad rep at Williams-Sonoma, and he told me that the changes were made as a result of comments from consumers.

My All-Clad stainless pots and pans are serviceable, and I use them daily, but if you want a luxurious heft, and very even heating, you may want to consider spending a bit more. Specifically, I'd suggest investigating Demeyere.

Lastly -- specifically regarding the French skillet -- heads-up -- this style of pan doesn't have a rounded transition from the bottom to the sides. Instead, there is a corner at the junction of the bottom and sides. Additionally, the sides are a bit steep. I'm baffled why anyone would want a small fry pan that doesn't have rounded sides, as the corner and steep sides prevent the easy and rapid tossing of the contents, so I offer this review to warn others who also might not know of this distinction, particularly in light of the fact that Amazon's description specifically addresses use of this pan to toss ingredients. If you want to be able to easily flick-toss the contents of your pan, to turn and stir them, then look at the All-Clad fry pans, with a more rounded edge transition, not French skillets.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By W. Guidi on April 20, 2008
Size Name: 9 Inch Stainless
Another reviewer of this excellent skillet suggested the use of a non-stick pan for those 'sticky' foods. Can't fault that because who wants to do battle in the sink afterwards? However, I found a different approach can work wonders with this pan. For instance - those love-to-stick morning eggs. My solution: Heat pan on low for a few minutes with a little olive oil or whatever you use. Turn off heat, toss in eggs, cover pan and sip on that coffee you just brewed.
Oops, what cover you say? Hmm....that's a problem since it is not offered with this skillet. Thus the four-star rating. So improvise or find something you can purchase (and let me know what you find!).
Well, back to the eggs. They're done in a few minutes (how many minutes? Who knows - get a see through cover if you must). And guess what? Since this pan heats so evenly and you've compassionately chosen free-range eggs, they slide out of the pan as if they couldn't wait for breakfast - yours.
One other note. The handle, cool to the touch and rakish in appearance is what you would have to characterize as non-ergonomic. But that's the French for you - beauty and form overshadow a minor annoyance.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jigsore on August 9, 2009
Some other reviews have stated a dissatisfaction with this skillet due to it's "convex" bottom. Actually all of the All Clad pans have a Concave bottom. They are determined concave by looking at the pans upside down. The reason for the uneven surface is that when the aluminum core heats up to a certain level it actually warps straight. If the allowance of this concave was not there, the pan would wobble around on your stovetop as then it would be truly convex. Most high quality pans have this feature, and it is built in by design. Also, some people dislike the sticking quality that some food presents on this brand of cookware, but this is also a desired effect. I'm not a chef, but have learned that this caliber of cookware takes a certain level of cooking skill and experience to utilize it properly. Sometimes things can be interpreted as negative if you are using the wrong tools for your skillset. There is a reason that all of the worlds top chefs use this brand exclusively, and it is not endorsements. Lots of great brands out there, and All Clad never dissapoints.
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