The "Never Burn" Sauce Pot
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- Features a thick outer shell of commercial-grade 1.2 mm stainless steel (most home cookware is only .6mm thick)
- Has an attractive tempered glass top and heat-resistant handles
- Heat resistant handles
- Tempered glass lid.
- Non-toxic and non-flammable
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Top Customer Reviews
It works just as they said it would.
I made homemade catsup and that has to simmer and reduce and it takes quite a few hours to get it to the consistency that I like. It came out perfectly, no scorching at all, no burnt spots on the bottom of the pan and it was easy to clean.
One of the only real complaints that I read about was that the pot was heavy and it is, but I have a thirteen-and-a-half quart LeCreuset dutch oven that weighs a lot more that this pot and I can manage that just fine, so this pot didn't seem that bad too me.
I will be using this for chili and spaghetti sauce.
If I can find the twelve quart PauliPot I will buy that one as well, because it is such a great pot.
It also cooks 4 servings of Maltomeal with no sticking and little stiring.
This traditionally boils over, sticks and burns.
It is heavy if you have issues with weight. However... scrubbing and soaking a traditional pot is not fun either.
I also go from freezer to pot with all chicken dishes.
I add a little olive oil, dice up an onion, and 3 organic large chicken breasts and put on medium low.
30 minutes later all is sizziling and thawed, I then turn up, lightly brown, and add veggies and
chicken stock and turn on low.
The pot is good for anything you do not want to burn.
It defrosts frozen hamburger with no burning... just drain off any grease and add veggies and put on low to cook for great soup.
Yes, it is expensive , but I truly do not think it is overpriced.
I am a male and not a good cooker and over 65 to boot. I like things easy at my age.
This pot is pretty nice for 1 pot dishes which I find myself eating predominately.
This pot could cook a weeks supper for 2. It never makes it that long however as it really makes
the food tasty to cook without burning. Half the pot is eaten the first day and the rest is frozen to eat later.
It also does a great, great job of warming up containers of the frozen soup, stew etc. Once again, without scorching or burning.
Hope this helps make the decision to cough up the extra bucks a little easier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worst pot ever. Came apart after four uses and scorched ever time. Not worth the money-- big disappointment!Published 13 months ago by la4sure
My wife loves it Used primarily for making tomato sauce worth the price.Published 13 months ago by Don Jefferson 2
I received the pot in a cheap white box with the only thing listed on the box was a sticker that said made in China....That didn't make me happy. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Denise Marie
I am so disappointed with this stock pot. Every single soup I've made has burned.
I just scalded milk today in this pot and it burned a residue on it that is difficult to... Read more
The first time we tried to use it the sides started to bulge out on the lower portion. It also was making crackling noises as it heated up. Read morePublished on November 5, 2013 by William Gulickson
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