M'Heritage Sauteuse Pan with Cast Iron Handles (4-qt.) by Mauviel
This 4-qt. Sauteuse Pan with Cast Iron Handles is excellent for browning or braising cuts of chicken, beef, or pork, or when sautéing vegetables under high heat. The pan's straight sides also make it great for multi-stage pastas and casseroles that require sustained stirring and simmering. The tight... See complete description »
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This 4-qt. Sauteuse Pan with Cast Iron Handles is excellent for browning or braising cuts of chicken, beef, or pork, or when sautéing vegetables under high heat. The pan's straight sides also make it great for multi-stage pastas and casseroles that require sustained stirring and simmering. The tight-fitting lid seals in heat, moisture, and aromas on to give sauces a complex, rich flavor and meats a tender juiciness.
The Cuprinox cookware line features an extra-thick 2.5 mm copper exterior and includes a thin layer of stainless steel on the interior of the line's pots and pans. The stainless interior resists sticking, doesn't react with acidic foods, and cleans easily with a sponge. The cookware also offers durable handles anchored with rivets that hold up to heavy use.
Mauviel, a French family business established in 1830 and located in the Normandy town of Villedieu-les-Poeles, is the foremost manufacturer of professional copper cookware in the world today. Highly regarded in the professional world, with over 170 years of experience, Mauviel offers several different lines of copper cookware to professional chefs and home cooks that appreciate the benefits of their high quality products.
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Braising- which is low-temperature cooking in gently simmering liquid that comes halfway up the sides of food- makes the toughest (and cheapest) cuts tender and gives you a great sauce. It does take a bit of time time, but you get delicious results for very little effort.