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All White Ceramic Cookware 2.75-qt. Covered Saucepan

Item Number 3133

Your go-to pan for soups, sauces and side dishes.

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All White Ceramic Cookware 2.75-qt. Covered Saucepan Item Number 3133 $26.50 Add To Cart

All White Ceramic Cookware 2.75-qt. Covered Saucepan

Your go-to pan for soups, sauces and side dishes. Includes glass lid.
  • Easy-release ceramic interior makes cooking and cleanup a snap.
  • White interior and glass lid help you keep an eye on food as it cooks.
  • Lightweight, 4-mm-thick aluminum heats quickly and evenly, minimizing hot spots.
  • Riveted stainless and silicone handles provide a cool, comfortable grip.
  • Shaved aluminum rim and base provide optimal durability.
  • Hanging loop on handle enables convenient storage.
  • Tempered glass lid with wide stainless steel rim is dishwasher-safe.
  • Vessel and lid are oven-safe to 400°F.
*Was $80.00

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Use & Care 

Technical/Safety/Cleaning Tips: 

  • Standard Care: Hand wash ONLY using hot, soapy water with nonabrasive sponge or cloth. Wash pan prior to first use; NEVER place in a dishwasher as it will cause food to stick to ceramic coating and can cause discoloration to the pan. Thoroughly clean and dry cookware after every use.
  • Deep Cleaning: To remove stubborn residues and spots, soak in hot, soapy water and wash with a nonabrasive sponge or cloth by hand. Periodically use deep cleaning method below to maintain appearance of cookware.
  • Stovetop Use:  Preheating of pans on medium heat should not exceed 3 minutes on gas stovetop, or 5 minutes on electric stovetop.  Always uses a small amount of oil or butter for best release.
  • Cookware is intended to be used on low and medium heat settings and medium-high heat for short intervals. 
  • Low heat:  simmering liquids, warming food and preparing delicate sauces.
  • Medium heat:  preheating, sauté, searing, frying, stir-frying
  • High heat:  boiling and reducing liquids only.
  • Cookware may be used on a glass or ceramic cooktop, electric coil, or gas burner range.  Do not use on induction cooktops.
  • Always match diameter of cookware to stovetop burner diameters and position the pan centrally over the burner.  For gas stoves, flames should not extend beyond the base of the cookware. Never position handle above an open flame.  This will damage the exterior of the pan and handle.
  • Cookware surfaces should be clean and free of food residue (consult appliance manufacturers instruction manual before first use).

Nonstick Sprays and Oils:  Do not use nonstick sprays on the cookware as they cause an invisible build up and impair the coating performance.  Do not overheat oil, butter or shortening.  This will create a sticky residue that will affect the release and also result in a reduced life of the coating. 

Utensils: Only use non-metal utensils, such as nylon, silicone, bamboo or wood.  Metal utensils will cause permanent damage to the coating.

OvenUse: Cookware is oven safe to 400°F/200°C.  Caution:  Always use a heat resistant oven mitt or pad when handling a hot pan.

Broiler: Not Broiler Safe. The coating and the handles will be severely damaged.

Microwave and Outdoor Grill:  Not microwave or outdoor grill safe.  

Metal Bottom: Scratching and dulling will occur to metal bottom and is considered normal wear and tear.

Metal Rim:  Dulling will occur to shaved rim and is considered normal wear and tear.

Safeguards

Steam and Splatter:  Keep children away from the stove while cooking.  Be careful around the stove as heat, steam and splatter can cause burns.

Unattended Cooking:  Never allow cookware to boil dry or leave an empty pan on a hot burner as the pan can get extremely hot.  This could lead to warping or damage the coating.  

Hot Handles: Always use a heat-resistant oven mitt or pad when handling hot handles.

Cooktop Surfaces:  For use on flat glass or ceramic cooktop surfaces, consult the appliance manufacturers instruction manual before first use.

TROUBLESHOOTING

  • Over time, the white coating and metal bottom and rim will discolor slightly. This is normal and does not affect the performance of the pan.

Problem/Explanation

Interior ceramic coating has browned
 

-Caused by over-heating and/or using improper diameter size on gas, coil or flat top stoves
-Use of nonstick spray
-Overheating oil, butter or shortening
-Failure to properly clean after every use
-Tip: To reduce discoloration, follow deep cleaning instructions. In some cases, coating may not return to original luster.

Interior coating is chipping/scratched/flaking/marred
 

-Use of metal utensils
-Stacking with other pots and pans without using pan protector
-Dishwashing (pans are not dishwasher-safe)
-Contact with other metal items while handwashing

Food does not release from pan
 

-Use of nonstick spray or overheating oil, butter or shortening
-Failure to properly clean and dry after every use
-Dishwashing or use of caustic cleaners or abrasive scrub pads (be sure to use cleaning items clearly labeled as nonabrasive or no-scratch)
-Tip: To remove most residues, follow deep cleaning instructions

Discolored exterior
 

-Food/grease spilled over side
-Residue from a dirty stovetop transferred to pan
-Failure to properly clean after every use
-Dishwashing or use of caustic cleaners or abrasive scrub pads (be sure to use cleaning items clearly labeled as nonabrasive or no-scratch)

Exposed metal under coating
 

-Use of metal utensils
-Stacking with other pots and pans without using pan protector

Metal bottom is discolored

-Residue from a dirty stovetop transferred to pan

-Food/grease spilled over side
-Failure to properly clean after every use
-Dishwashing or use of caustic cleaners or abrasive scrub pads
-Tip: Deep clean by using an aluminum and stainless cleaner. May not restore to original luster.

Food has discolored handle
 

-Not properly cleaned and dried after use
-Tip: Hand washing after every use and regular deep cleaning is the best way to minimize handle discoloration

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