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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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.
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.
I certainly recommend this piece.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this pan! It's a great everyday pan, we use it all of the time. This is actually the second one we purchased because it is so handy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Patrick
It's great for cooking spaghetti. pasta fits perfectly in this oval pan.Published 7 months ago by CAM
Way over priced. Hard to clean. If not for my wife this purchase would not have ocurred.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love this pan. It allows me to do a large stir fry without removing the veggies while the meat cooks. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
My favorite everyday pan! Instead of using multiple pan for one meal this pan allows me to move food aside and keep cooking.Published 14 months ago by Patty Bullock
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