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KitchenAid Aluminum Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set, Black


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  • Includes: 1 Qt. and 2 Qt. Covered Saucepans, 4 Qt. Covered Saucepot, 6 Qt. Covered Stockpot, 3 Qt. Covered Saute, 8-inch and 9-1/2-inchSkillets
  • Beautiful porcelain enamel exteriors are stain resistant and easy to clean; Heavy gauge construction heats up quickly and evenly, reducing "hot spots" that can burn foods
  • A reinforced nonstick interior is exceptionally durable and long lasting; Food slides off effortlessly and cleanup is quick and easy; For added convenience, the pans are oven safe to 400°F
  • This cookware features handles made of a combination of soft silicone and quality stainless steel. They look great, feel comfortable, and are double riveted for added strength
  • Glass lids allow you to monitor the cooking progress without having to lift the lid which allows moisture and nutrients to escape.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 13.8 x 11 inches ; 17 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0042H7S48
  • Item model number: 10396
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,881 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This cookware set is an exceptional value, including all of the pans needed to equip your kitchen with the most used cooking pieces. As the set contains only basic pieces, you'll really use each and every pan. It includes saucepans for whisking a homemade sauce or cooking your morning oatmeal, a big stockpot for soups, stews or boiling pasta, and skillets (probably the most used pan in any kitchen) that will help you turn out perfect crepes or a simple grilled cheese sandwich. The set also includes a saute pan, a wide, straight-sided pan that can perform many of the functions of a skillet but features deep sides for extra capacity, perfect for one dish meals. Start your dish in this pan by sauteing onions and browning meat, then add your liquid and other ingredients into the same pan to finish on the stovetop or in the oven.

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Customer Reviews

I love the red color!
Laurel D. Varnon
The silicone grips are great to keep me from burning my hands on the handles.
iiiiReader
Very quick heat up...cooks great....clean up very easy.
Anita Holmes

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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By C. L. Shelton on June 14, 2012
Color Name: Red
I have a big family, with big-eating teen boys, and I use my pots and pans daily. I honestly had wanted to purchase the Cephalon set, but just couldn't afford it. I saw this set - loved the red color - and purchased it as a "second choice" - boy am I glad I did! The biggest frypan is used at least twice a day without fail! They all still look nearly as good as the day I bought them - about two years ago - the nonstick coating is still perfect and works beautifully. We handwash them - there's never room in the d/w for pans anyway - and literally I never even put the fry pan away, just turn it upside down on the stovetop. They cook so evenly, never scorch, and even when I overcooked the rice one night it just browned inside and literally wiped out with a paper towel.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Laurel D. Varnon on May 25, 2012
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I received this pots and pans as a birthday present to go in to my newly remodeled kitchen. I love the red color! I have arthritis so I really liked the weight of the pots and pans and the handles were easy to hold. They are light without feeling flimsy. They cook like a dream with no sticking.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Maine Colonial TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 29, 2012
Color Name: Red Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This is a nice-looking set. The lids all fit snugly and I particularly like the silicone on the lid and pan handles.

These are lighter weight than my hard-anodized Circulon pans and way lighter, of course, than cast iron. Also, note that this set doesn't include any really large pots or pans. I immediately thought that this set would be well-suited to an older person with diminished hand/arm strength and a smaller household.

Inside the box there is a special disclosure about care and use issues. One of the warnings is directed toward people who have glass-top ranges (as I do). The warning says you should never allow a pot or pan to boil dry on a glass-top range, as that can result in the pan fusing to the cooktop. I vividly recall my mother-in-law allowing a kettle to boil dry on my old electric cooktop and that happened, so I was not surprised or disturbed by the warning. I can manage to avoid something like that happening again.

But the disclosure document went on to say that a pot or pan could fuse to the cooktop if you move a hot pot/pan to an unheated part of the cooktop. Well, that happens all the time at my house. When we finish cooking something, we just move the pot or pan over to one of the turned-off burners on the other side of the cooktop. I know we won't consistently remember not to do that, so it certainly gave me pause. We did some research about the issue and found some reports of people who said they hadn't had any fusion problems, so it's probably just one of those excess-of-caution warnings, but it's something that a potential buyer should be aware of and take into account before making a buying decision.
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Color Name: Red Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I have this set of KitchenAid Aluminum Nonstick Cookware and a set of KitchenAid Gourmet Hard Anodized Nonstick Cookware and the latter is definitely worth the extra money. When I created this review the KitchenAid Aluminum Nonstick Cookware was selling for $150 and the set of KitchenAid Gourmet Hard Anodized Nonstick Cookware was selling for $178, so my criticisms are based on the savings of only $28. I would not pay more than $125 for the KitchenAid Aluminum Nonstick Cookware Set.

This set KitchenAid Aluminum Nonstick Cookware is MUCH thinner and lighter weight, the heat distribution and retention is less impressive than the Gourmet Anodized set. These pans are so light I would only recommend them over the Gourmet Anodized set if you have mobility issues and are purposely seeking to fill a need for lightweight cookware.

All the pot sizes are smaller and less useful and the handles are not as good as the Gourmet Anodized. You do not get an 8 quart pot for cooking pasta, the squat 6 quart pot that comes in this set is smaller than I like to cook spaghetti, but will make a good soup pot. You do not get a fry pan you can cook more than 3 eggs in, so you will probably need to purchase an additional fry pan of larger size. If you have a lot of big pots already, this set may be a good filler set to have smaller pans to choose from.

The red color of this set is a very dark brick color, darker than the photo even, so if someone is wanting a true red this is not a good choice esthetically. I think the KitchenAid Gourmet Hard Anodized Nonstick Cookware set is better designed and more attractive with its Windsor shaped sides; the narrower bases look nice and allow better fit on smaller stovetops without compromising on size.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tineejonah on April 23, 2012
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I was really excited to receive this new cookware when I ordered it online. the colors are really nice, red is my fave color and frying is not that hard anymore. when I fried some egg rolls and fish, it is evenly cook and so i am guessing that the heat is evenly distrubuted in the entire frying pan. i think the price is in the right range. i hope this would last 5-10 years, its predecessor lasted for almost 10years :)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. White on October 29, 2012
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I did research in my price point before I purchased these and I am pleased with my decision. I have been using the pans on a gas stove almost daily and they are still pretty much like new. The interior is slightly scratched on the bottom of one skillet but it's due to my bad habit of breaking up meat while it browns with a spatula that isn't nonstick safe (but it works so well, sigh). It hasn't affected the performance, however. I wish they were oven-safe to 450 degrees instead of 400 but that's a minor consideration. The silicone handles are still perfect and have been a great help, they have no doubt prevented me from burning my fingers as I am wont to do when I'm in a hurry. I love the convenience of the glass lids and how one of the big pot lids works on the frying pan, too. I hand wash and they clean up almost effortlessly inside and out. Not a jiggle or wiggle at any of the welds or bolts, it's all still solid. I too was tempted by the Calphalon but I have never regretted my decision to go with KitchenAid. These are heavy enough to heat evenly and last a long time judging by how they've performed this past year. I would buy these again and would recommend them.
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