All-Clad 41126 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe Fry Pan with Lid / Cookware, 12-Inch, Silver
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- 12-Inch covered fry pan with wide flat base and versatile low-profile shape
- 3-ply bonded construction consists of durable stainless steel encapsulating an aluminum core for even heating throughout
- Highly polished cooking surface with starburst finish offers stick resistance and easy maintenance, plus won’t react with food
- Contoured stainless-steel handles permanently secured with stainless-steel rivets; capacity etched on base
- Oven- and broiler-safe up to 600 degrees F; induction compatible; limited lifetime warranty; Made in USA
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Discover the All-Clad Cooking Experience.
3-Ply Bonded Construction
Alternating layers of Stainless Steel and Aluminum are bonded together all the way to the rim, ensuring even heat distribution without hot spots.
Stick Resistant Cooking Surface
Starburst finishing on the pan's stainless steel interior ensure stick resistance and easy clean up.
Compatible with all Cooktops
Safe for use with all cooktops, including induction.
Dishwasher, Oven, and Broiler Safe
Safe for use in the dishwasher. Also oven and boiler safe up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
|MC2||Stainless||D5 Brushed||Copper Core|
|Bonded Layers||2-Ply with Aluminum Core||3-Ply with Aluminum Core||5-Ply with Stainless Core||5-Ply with Copper Core|
|Cooking Performance||Fast and Even||Fast and Even||Most Forgiving||Most Responsive|
|Best for||All Recipes||All Recipes||All, while excelling in searing and browning||All, while excelling in precise temperature control|
|Handles||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel Handles with Bolster for Easy Grip||Stay Cool Stainless Steel|
|Oven and Broiler Safe||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Made in USA||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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All-Clad 51125 All Clad Stainless-Steel 12-Inch Fry Pan with Lid
Cooks Standard 12-Inch Multi-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Fry Pan with Dome Lid
|Price||$119.95||Add to cart to see price. Why?||$24.99||$187.72||$119.95||$51.74|
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|Sold By||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Cutlery and More||Amazon.com|
|Color||Silver||Stainless Steel||Natural Aluminum||Stainless-Steel||Gray||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||12.5 x 20.5 x 2 in||10.5 x 18.25 x 4.13 in||17.13 x 11.81 x 3.15 in||12.9 x 22.6 x 3.3 in||20.5 x 12.75 x 3 in||14 x 20 x 3.5 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Copper||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Size||12-Inch||10-Inch||12-inches||12-Inch||12 Inch||12 IN|
A true kitchen staple, the All-Clad Stainless 41126 12-Inch covered fry pan is ideal for searing, browning, and pan-frying everything from eggs to meats. The fry pan features a flat bottom and flared sides that make tossing foods effortless and allow for easy turning with a spatula. The All-Clad frying pan is great for cooking at higher heat with oils to develop foods with full rich flavor, color, and crisp texture. All-Clad’s Stainless 3-ply cookware features a thick-gauge aluminum core that attracts heat fast, while the addition of stainless steel ensures even heat distribution for consistent results across the entire cooking surface, all the way to the rim. Even more, its stainless-steel interior with a starburst finish offers natural stick resistance, letting you know when food is ready to release, and it won’t react with ingredients, so there’s no risk of food picking up a metallic taste. Made in the USA, this stainless-steel cookware offers warp-resistant strength and dishwasher-safe convenience, plus it can be used on any cooktop, including induction. Discover what it means to cook with All-Clad’s most popular cookware collection–All-Clad Stainless is a classic choice for anyone who loves to cook. Low to medium heat is recommended for optimal cooking performance.
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I had also bought two other similar but CHEAP frying pans and they both sat perfectly flat on all surfaces. I figured maybe this AllClad pan was just defective, so I had Amazon replace it. Unfortunately, the replacement pan ALSO wouldn't sit flat! Must be why this pan with lid combo is on sale for less than the pan by itself (item 41126 vs item 4112). They're luring you in with a cheaper price, but these seem to have minor defects that they hope people won't catch.
After all the great praises this brand has received and a $100 price, I expected perfection. Be wary of this one.
Two points I think may be helpful to others considering buying this item. One is about design and the other is personal preference.
My thoughts on design. This is not a performance fault and may be considered a benefit to some. Just a fact you may wish to consider before buying.
Although I knew the diameter of the skillet when I bought it, I never realized from photos just how long the skillet is including it’s handle. The handle is 9 inches long, coupled with the skillet makes for a total length of 21 inches. I have a sink with extra long bowls and I can’t lay this skilled flat on the bottom of the sink as one would want to do for soaking the skillet. The handle length also makes it a bit harder to fit in a dishwasher, store in your cabinets or slip into the refrigerator if needed. So, just consider this if this makes a difference in your circumstance.
On the personal preference point. The handle is concave and quite narrow. Just a half inch wide where it attaches to the skillet and one and one eighth inch wide at the end. Although the handle obviously works for it’s intended purpose I find it a bit too narrow to grip and maneuver the skillet comfortably. I may have preferred a rounded handle or a handle that is a bit wider and a little shorter.
I gave this fry pan a five star rating because neither of my points detracts from it’s intended use which is to cook food. It does this well.
All in all, would I buy this skillet again? Yes.
As long as I can remember that the pan is hot, this is terrific for searing a steak and then putting it into the oven under temperature probe control to bring up to perfect temperature. It is also a very decent saute pan, just deep enough with a nice slope to turn things with a quick tug of the wrist.
We have other All Clads, including the 2qt sauce pan, which has been the go-to for starting a gumbo with a medium roux, or starting special pasta sauces. The sauce pan purchased eight years ago was smoother with fewer "rings" in it than the frying pans I've purchased more recently, including this one. The other 8" pan that I have is starting to look smooth and satin polished after couple years of use.
Cleaning is easiest if one controls heat well and keeps food moving. Heating the pan prior to adding fat (butter, peanut, coconut, sesame, etc.) is very helpful to keep things non-stick. If something is pretty well adheared, we put some water in the pan and set it back on the stove to warm a little, then just take it off with a non-scratching "scrubby". If it is the aftermath of an enemy attack, as when friends help in the kitchen sometimes, we use a non-scratching, but very stiff plastic scraper tool that looks and works like a chisel but is made of a bakelite type plastic to dislodge anything too stuck. So far, no problems, the pans get smoother and stay clean.
The local mall store has some fancier pans that are all nice and mirror-polished, perhaps chromed inside. Over time, they get more scratches and offer no better stick resistance or cleanup. Those nice looking pans don't heat as evenly.
Some of the glass lids from other pans fit this well enough. The solid chrome lid is a step down in convenience from glass. Over time, I can do as well with the chrome lid as with glass. I cook two-three times per day nearly every day.
In the years we've had the Åll-Clads, various "non stick" magic pans, including the grey ones with the "Twins" on the handle, have all failed in one way or another - we probably ate some of that coating. We also tried the ones that were guaranteed forever by the famous chef that can cook, they lasted a couple of months.
If you like to dump eggs and cheese into a cold pan, turn the heat up and walk away to shower, this is not the pan for you (use a microwave and a covered dish with the microwave on reheat!!). If you need to see inside a covered pan to know if your food is braised to perfection, this is not your pan either. This may not be the best induction cooking pan either. Gas and traditional electric cooking work very well with this pan, especially the combination of gas cooking and a good oven. This is not the pan for pan cakes or most common methods of cooking eggs, and definitely not the pan you want if you need to cook eggs without any sort of grease.
Need to reduce some liquid afterward? Sear? Make a gravy or quick sauce? Fry fish? Cook a a couple of chops or steaks? Brown some chicken before adding it to the curry? Toss veggies through a garlic shallot infused oil then deglaze and finish? This pan is nice. Good for a meal for two, but not enough to take on Thanksgiving by itself.
Some people mention cast iron pans, which definitely have their uses. Most cast iron pans today have very short handles that tend to get hot quickly. A short handle on a long pan is rough to deal with and not ideal for saute or frying that involves moving the pan.
I buy these items because they heat quickly and evenly, have handles that stay tight, clean easily more often than not, and improve over time. Simple, solid tools. It stings to pay so much for a simple pan, but over time that pain is forgotten.
If this pan, our latest All Clad purchase doesn't warp or have issues like the other reviewers say, I'll come back to add a star. If some oddity appears, I'll be back to let you know about it.
Update 2 months light use:
No warping, no issues. I did notice the Al-Clad instructions for care that mention avoiding putting the hot pan straight into cold water - maybe that's why some people have problems. So far, all good. Will update in a couple more months.