Hard-Anodized Nonstick Saute Pan (5-qt.) by Emeril from All-Clad
Ideal for sautéing, frying and searing, the high-sided Sauté Pan is also useful in cooking fresh pasta sauces. Perfect too for reducing and simmering on your finishing sauces. Features: Superior 3-layer Quantanium (TM) nonstick cooking surface. Scratch-resistant and easy-to-clean polished Hard-Anod... See complete description »
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Ideal for sautéing, frying and searing, the high-sided Sauté Pan is also useful in cooking fresh pasta sauces. Perfect too for reducing and simmering on your finishing sauces.
I have a smooth cooktop and need a flat bottom pan; I prefer nonstick. Previously I bought very cheap pans but with my old electric cooktop that didn't make a difference. For my new ceramic cooktop I bought a cheap new pan that warped immediately so decided to go to a higher level pan; Emeril is recommended by Consumers Union. The pan arrived, and I put it onto my smooth cooktop without using it, to ascertain the adherence of the pan to the cooking surface. Most of the pan adhered well with the exception of a 1-inch strip around the right edge of the pan which almost but not quite adheres. Tried to contact Emeril but there's an average 300-minute wait on their phone line; there's no e-mail address. The pan is a huge improvement from what I have but I'm still "on the fence" about whether or not to return it.
When I bought this I did so based on description and reviews. I thought it was a special non-stick coating, which is what I was looking for. It looks, and by the the packaging info is, just like the cheaper pans. Right now it is great, but I'll see if it makes it 6 months. The cheaper pans, lasted 4-6 months before scratching/coating coming off. The emeril pan does say metal utensil safe. I can't see how. I only use wood, plastic or silicone anyway, but we'll see. This pan does come with a lifetime warranty. Again, we'll see. Used it once so far and it was fine. Still wishing I spent the additional $20 - $40 for a true, ceramic type pan. Oh well, we'll see!
It was a gift, so will get feedback from that person. I felt the weight was a little light, but overall for the money was a good deal and had great handle grips, plus good for a large meal.
Excellent value for the money.
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