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Le Creuset Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 2-Quart Open Chef's Pan


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  • 2-quart stainless-steel chef's pan with aluminum core for fast, even heating
  • Precision-pour rim allows for clean, convenient pouring directly from the pan
  • Ergonomic stainless-steel handle with stainless-steel rivets for strength
  • Dishwasher-safe; suitable for induction cooking; oven-safe up to 400 degrees F
  • Measures approximately 11 by 6-2/7 by 3-2/3 inches; Lifetime Guarantee

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Color Silver Stainless Steel Grey White
Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Size 11 IN 8-Inch 14 IN 2-Quart
Dimensions 3.7 inches x 6.3 inches x 6.3 inches 9.8 inches x 14.5 inches x 3 inches 3.3 inches x 9.4 inches x 9.4 inches 5.3 inches x 14.8 inches x 7.5 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 x 3.7 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002XVUAV8
  • Item model number: SSC6000-20
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,068 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Le Creuset Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 2-Quart Open Chef's Pan

Le Creuset's tri-ply stainless steel features superior heat conduction, thanks to a full aluminimum core bonded between two layers of professional-grade stainless steel. Even heat distribution allows for a variety of cooking techniques like searing, sauteing and pan frying.
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  • Precision-pour rims allow for clean, convenient pouring directly from the pan
  • Tri-ply construction with full aluminum cores provide even, all-around heat distribution, eliminating hot-spots and scorching
  • Large assist handles for a confident grip, even when wearing oven mitts
  • Stainless steel rivets provide superior durability
  • Brushed steel exteriors resist fingerprints
  • Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning
  • Magnetized bases are compatible with all cooking surfaces -- including induction
  • Saucepans and stockpot feature interior capacity markings for quick, convenient measuring
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Stainless Steel Capacity markings
Precision pour rim

Le Creuset Tri-Ply Stainless Steel cookware features a commercial grade triple-layer construction -- a full aluminum core sandwiched between two layers of premium-quality stainless steel. The heat-responsive aluminum core extends up the sides of the pan to provide even heat distribution and to eliminate scorching and hot spots. A magnetized stainless steel exterior ensures compatibility with all cooktops, including induction. Please note that the Stainless Steel teakettle is not compatible with induction cooktops. Uncoated cookware is oven-proof to 425 degrees F / 220 degrees C. Every piece of cookware is manually inspected several times during manufacture to ensure the strictest quality standards are maintained.

Tri-Ply Stainless Steel cookware is dishwasher safe -- including nonstick-coated pieces. Every piece of cookware is manually inspected several times during manufacture to ensure the strictest quality standards are maintained.

Le Creuset Tri-Ply Stainless Steel cookware products are covered by a lifetime warranty for uncoated products and a 10-year warranty for products with a nonstick coating. Every piece of cookware is manually inspected several times during manufacture to ensure the strictest quality standards are maintained.

Every piece of cookware is manually inspected several times during manufacture to ensure the strictest quality standards are maintained. Every piece of cookware is manually inspected several times during manufacture to ensure the strictest quality standards are maintained.

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Before first use -- Uncoated Remove all packaging and labels. Wash the pan in hot, soapy water, then rinse and dry thoroughly. Your pan is now ready to be used and does not require any further preparation. When frying in an uncoated pan, season the food only after searing on the hot surface. Turn food only when the surface has seared and is easily released. Reduce the temperature after searing. Before first use -- Nonstick Before using for the first time it is beneficial to condition the nonstick surface. Rub a film of cooking oil over the surface. Heat the pan for two minutes over a medium setting, then cook and rinse with hot water. Dry thoroughly. When frying in a nonstick-coated pan for the first time, or after the pan has been cleaned in the dishwasher, prepare the pan as follows: 1. Add enough oil to cover the base of the pan. 2. Heat the oil gently and turn the pan to cover the side walls. 3. Remove the pan from the heat, let it cool, and clean it with a paper towel. 4. Add some more oil, fat or butter, and begin cooking as normal. 5. Season the food only after searing on the hot surface. 6. Turn food only when the surface has seared and it easily released. 7. Reduce the temperature after searing. Every piece of cookware is manually inspected several times during manufacture to ensure the strictest quality standards are maintained.

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This one is my favorite piece.
kathycooks
And, because of the higher sides and relatively light weight, my kids find it easier to use than a skillet.
QuirtEvans
And - as a bonus - the lids of two of my "Contur Clad" pots fit on the pan perfectly.
Yola

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By kathycooks on March 24, 2012
I bought this pan from the Le Creuset outlet store and I love it. It's the perfect pan, not quite a skillet and not quite a saucepan, somewhere in between, so you can use it for either one. I often cook pasta sauces in it and I can saute the garlic and spices (maybe some pancetta or italian sausage, too) then add the tomatoes or other ingredients and simmer.

I have a complete set of Le Creuset stainless and the quality is excellent. This one is my favorite piece.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Yola on May 23, 2014
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Since I ordered the pan from my location in Germany, I had to add 17% taxes and the shipping was not free. But in Germany that sauteuse (ok, maybe with the original Creuset lid) costs about 140€ (189$), while I paid about 89$, tax and shipping included.

The sauteuse is heavy, but not too heavy, the handle lies perfectly in my hand. It heats up even faster than my other 3-ply pots and pans from Zwilling ("Contur Clad"). It absolutely does what it should, no matter if it is used to make scrambled eggs, a pasta sauce or sauted vegetables.

I am very happy with my Zwilling pot set set of five, but there was no sauteuse in their program. And - as a bonus - the lids of two of my "Contur Clad" pots fit on the pan perfectly.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By San Francisco Computer Guy on April 28, 2012
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This pan was recently on sale at a great price. I'm in the process of a move, and needed a pan for a while until I can get my stuff out of storage.

In comparison, I have a full line of All-Clad (the stainless steel line), a bunch of high end Calphalon non-stick, and several Lodge Logic cast iron pieces.

I like the shape of the pan a lot! As the other reviewer noted, you can use it as either a pan or a pot.

The handle is amazing! In contrast, I personally hate the handles on my All-Clad. This, however, is the best handle on any pot or pan that I have, in terms of how comfortable it is. If other pieces ever become on sale, I might buy them to replace some of my All-Clad.

The lines that allow you to measure the amount of liquid you have in the pan, as shown in Amazon's picture (the second one) - don't exist in the pan that I received. I was looking forward to that. I would have never had to use a measuring cup again when making macaroni.

There were several small scratches on the inside of the pan. It was definitely brand new, and I'm sure it will be scratched up soon anyway, but I'd like those scratches to be made by me. Because it was so cheap, I won't be returning it.

But if I'd paid over $100 for a different pan in this line, I'd be very disappointed by the scratches. If the scratches hadn't been there, I'd have given this product 5 stars.

I have a seventy-nice cent plate from Ikea that works perfectly as a lid. Probably even better than a real lid would have. So that's a plus, there is no lid to clutter up my cabinets.

What's really strange is no where on Amazon's web page, on the box the pan came in, or the pan itself, does it say where it is made. Le Creuset's website says it is made in China. That's okay with me, but it's weird not to have it on the product anywhere.
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Perfect size for making a pot of soup, sauté or braising one or two-person meals. I eat lots of braised veggies and meats and this pan is perfect depth to keep the splatters controlled. My (other brand) inexpensive, 8" glass lid fits fine. Ssteel cleans up well. Pot could use an assist handle when it is full. Main handle stays cool, and is a bit fat for my hands, but easily managed. Hole iin handle allows normal hooks for hanging whereas my 1qrt Calphalon saucepan had to have a cHain looped so it would hang on a large cup hook style of hook. all in all this is a fine deal.
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By QuirtEvans on January 20, 2013
I got this pan for $40 at a discount store whose name includes a T and a J. (It was on clearance, so it was a particularly good deal ... the regular price is more like Amazon's price.) It's quickly become my favorite pan. A chef's pan is just far more practical for me than a pot ... easier to stir, easier to pour, easier to use. And, because of the higher sides and relatively light weight, my kids find it easier to use than a skillet. Because the tri-ply goes up the sides, it doesn't develop hot spots on the sides, like some other tri-ply brands. Its elegant appearance is just a bonus. All in all, an excellent piece of cookware. If the 3-1/2 quart chef's pan ever goes on big sale (it's currently three times the price of the 2 quart chef's pan, although it does have a cover), I'd definitely be interested in picking one up.
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