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Rachael Ray Hard Anodized Nonstick 5-Quart Oval Saute Pan with Glass Lid, Orange

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  • Oval lidded saute pan from Rachael Ray collection; 5-quart capacity
  • Made from hard-anodized aluminum with nonstick interior; glass lid
  • Fun orange silicone handles are nonslip, comfortable, and heat-resistant
  • Conducts well while allowing for more room on the stovetop
  • Oven-safe to 400 degrees F; wash by hand; limited lifetime warranty
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Material Aluminum Aluminum Aluminum Hard-Anodized Aluminum
Weight 19.1 pounds Information not provided Information not provided 3.6 pounds
Color Gray Gray Gray Gray
Warranty Description Limited lifetime warranty Limited lifetime warranty Limited lifetime warranty Information not provided
Size 5 quarts 5 quarts 5 quarts 3-Quart
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 26.1 x 6.7 inches ; 19.1 pounds
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  • ASIN: B000HTW7FA
  • Item model number: 80651
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,622 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Celebrity chef Rachael Ray gets innovative with shaping for this large sauté pan, with effective and versatile results. Hard-anodized aluminum for durability, the pan heats evenly and quickly, while a nonstick interior helps with food release and cuts down on the fats necessary for cooking. The pan's wide oval shape takes up minimal space when the stovetop is crowded, and the glass lid lets you watch over food without releasing heat or steam. The signature Rachael Ray orange handles have nonslip, heat-resistant silicone grips, and a helper handle on this pot makes draining and carrying much easier. With its 5-quart capacity and accommodating dimensions, the piece is great for everything from sautéing chicken breasts to pan-roasting asparagus. It is also safe in the oven to 400 degrees F, cleans up easily by hand, and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. --Emily Bedard

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Increase the valuable space on the stove of your busy kitchen with this unique oval shaped saute. Because of its design you can easily fit this large piece on one burner and even a second one on the next.


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Customer Reviews

Clean up is so easy.
Sherry Brown
This pan is a great size so it's perfect for one dish meals.
mk16
I would love to have all of Rachel Rays cookware pieces.
Jennie M.

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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By E. Hornaday on December 2, 2007
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I have Lupus, and suffer from the growing loss of mobility in all of my limbs. I love to cook, but have struggled to continue using my expensive cookware because it is now too heavy for me to safely manage.

I have agonized over this development and had feared that I would be forced to replace my cookware with really thin (light and cheap) aluminum pots and pans. If so, I knew I would be giving up a lot of cooking flexibility and the quality I had learned to rely on and love.

At least, I thought that until Rachael Ray put out her imaginative cooking line! Not only does this five-quart oval saute cook like a dream, it weighs about half of what my other cookware does, has that great helper handle to lift it and serve the contents, and cleans easier than ANY pan that I own at any price.

As a result, I can continue to do what I love -- cooking -- despite my illness! When you're disabled, you have to give up a lot of things that had been meaningful in your life, not to mention independence. I applaud ANY product that is disabled-compatible.

In reading the reviews for this great pan, I hadn't noticed anyone raving about its weight. For folks like me, that's a really huge deal.

Thanks, Rach!
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jethro on February 9, 2009
The overall quality and performance of this pan is actually pretty good, as long as you don't try to use the parts of the cooking area that are hanging over the edge of the burner.

The design of this pan is flawed from the start -- the oval shape makes for extremely uneven heat distribution, which makes for some rather large cold spots at the outer reaches of the pan. With a round pan, all of the edges are an equal distance away from the edge of the burner. With this pan, the narrow part hangs 1/2" over the burner on each side, while the long section of the oval hangs a full 3.5" over on each side. Very poor design.

I also find this pan to be excessively l-o-n-g... whatever area the marketers claim is saved on the stove top from the narrow design is quickly eaten up by the added length. In reality, this pan offers no advantages over a 9" round pan -- unless you consider having a 'warming section' in your saute pan to be an advantage.

I bought this pan only because my wife wanted it for Christmas (a year ago). It is the last oval pan I will ever purchase.

Edit: After using this pan for almost two years, I have upped my rating to 3 stars, mainly because I am impressed with the build quality. The non-stick coating is still completely intact -- something I was pleasantly surprised with considering the way my Cuisinart Anodized non-stick pan surfaces degraded in a similar time-frame. I would rate the build quality of the Rachel Ray pan very close to that of the Emerilware pan that I own (which is made by All-Clad). I still think the oval shape is a poor design, but I am very pleased with performance if I don't try to use the outer edges.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By leenbean on October 21, 2007
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I like this pan a lot. I didn't realize how long this pan was and was a bit concerned about using it on my conventional size stove, but I have to say this pan is great! Fries really well and clean up is a breeze. I am very picky about my cooking pieces and would recommend this to anyone. Storage takes a bit getting used to, but it is looks nice enough to live on the stove top.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Roberto Bautista on March 8, 2007
Bought this for my wife and she loves it! She says it's the perfect size and shape and depth for a lot of different dishes. Now I'm looking forward to her doing the Rachael Ray thing for me! Perfect gift for a guy to buy for his wife! She gets a present, and I get great meals! What more can you ask for! Every time she uses it, she's happy, and I'm happy! Yum!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kay F. on March 25, 2009
First, I really like this pan, I use it frequently. Because I use it frequently, I noticed some wear in the middle of the pan. The middle of the pan is discolored and has lost some of it's non-stick ability. I noticed this pan doesn't cook as well on the edges because most of the heat is concentrated to the middle, which would explain the wear and discoloration in the middle. It would also be nice if I could see my food in the pan through the lid, but it is always really fogged up. I'm not sure if that is normal or not so I'm not complaining about that too much. On the other hand, this pan is lightweight and sturdy. The handles stay cool and the grip is great, as well as the helper handle. It cleans up really well. I just hope I won't have to replace it sooner than later due to the wear in the middle. Overall, I am happy with this pan and do believe it to be of good quality, but it could be better designed to distribute more heat to the edges and not wear so much in the middle.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. McKinney on January 18, 2008
After buying and loving Ray's 10-piece hard-anodized set, I purchased this 5 quart saute in order to have more room to fry and braise. The hard-anodized aluminum provides very even heating and cooks foods very well. If one is frying poultry or meat, larger pieces should be moved more toward the center, just over the burner--foods on the outer parts of the pan don't brown as quickly (so the occasional movement from side to center is necessary), but you can't beat its roomy environment. Still, for simmering or braising (lid on or off), foods cook quite evenly and well.

I certainly recommend this piece.
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