The dishwasher and oven are safe. The stockpot is easy to clean. It's dishwasher safe and easy to clean up. The oven is safe up to 450F. The sauce pan is dishwasher safe and features a fusion of heat and durability. The copperslide(tm) technology makes it easy to release food and sauce in a pan. Sturdy and comfortable: easy to hold sauce pot handles. The versatile saucepan is oven safe to 350 degrees F and has a shatter resistant glass lid. It's hassle free, backed by a Lifetime.
👤I have had this pan for a month, and we use it a lot. It's a good weight. It feels cheap if it's light and not heavy. I bought the lid because it has holes to drain the pasta water. The coating works well. My husband makes spaghetti for lunch and leaves the pan on the stove until we can wash it, and the pan cleans easily with minimal scrubbing. I would replace other pans with this brand if the pan continued to look new and hold up.
👤I have a love/hate thing with this pan. There is a The copper coating hasn't flaked yet and the lid is tighter. The pan is smaller, the pour spout is smaller, the handle is smaller, and the lid is smaller. It was kind of sad. This pan is my favorite cooking pan, and it has become a cheap version of the older model. The old model is getting old. Who says this copper coating won't do the same thing? Would I have spent twice as much to have an exact replica of the old model?
👤The strainer pan has pour spouts on both sides. I use this to cook pasta, angel hair, ravioli, and any other pasta, and to cook sugar solutions in this pan, without it dripping down the sides of the pan. The pour spouts on the side of the pan keep sticky liquid out of the pan. It is important to be careful with hot sugar solutions because they are very hot and sticky. They can cause terrible burns when spilled. It's easier for me to control the pour with this pan. I boil eggs in the pan and use a strainer to remove the boiling water from them, then add cool water in the sink. The size is good. It is easy to control and not a huge pan so it is not too heavy. The non-stick coating is holding up well and making it easy to clean up.
👤It's not clear in the picture but there are some black spots. You can see the material underneath the spots where the coating has come off. These are small holes. The food sticks to the spots and gets burnt as it doesn't stir. It's hard to cook because the material underneath might be releasing bad chemicals. I didn't expect the coating to start coming off so soon, but I know this is not going to last forever. I only used wooden spatulas in this pot. It's not because of rough usage. I would not buy it again.
👤There is a defect in the ceramic coating of the saucepan. Some of the coating is missing in an area where the bottom curves up to the side. It looks like something that is easy to see has passed the quality control inspector. The copper ceramic coating is one of the reasons to buy this saucepan. It shouldn't have a defect like that. 3 stars for poor quality control. There is a The lid has strainer holes in it. There is a You have to tighten the lid handle because it seems to be easy to remove.
It is recommended to hand-wash. The set includes: fry pans, 1 quart and 2 quart sauce pans, a Dutch oven with lid, and a spoon, ladle, and spatula. The cookware set is dishwasher safe and easy to clean. Care and use: All cooking methods are safe for PFOA, Lead, and Cadmium free. The frying pan needs to be washed in hot water and liquid to remove dust. Before you use it for the first time, rub a little cooking oil into the non-stick coating. When the T fal pan is ready for use, know when with their thermo spot indicator. The handles are heat resistant and the glass is Vented.
👤Compre unas ollas. Tengo 15 das usndolas, son malsimas. La capa protectora est levantando. malsimo para el organismo, pero se viene aderida a las comidas.
👤The set looked good and I was happy with it. The bottom of the frying pan is completely different by November. I tried putting it in the dishwasher. I tried using non abrasive products to clean it, but it didn't work. I am going to throw this set away because it is so bad. The saucepans are decent. You can get a set of 12 pieces for 70 bucks.
👤We love to cook and are very rough on cookware. The last set of pots and pans looked like they had barely made it out of the battle. We started looking for something that would be tough, look good and last a long time. We decided to research at Amazon after viewing cookware sets at places like Williams and Sonoma. The price for the Expert set was $65 and it had great reviews. We decided to order it and give it a try, and if the set failed or went wrong, we knew we had Amazon's warranty at our back. There is a The set arrived three days later and we immediately used it. The cookware items seem to be of high quality and the teflon non-stick coating seems to be high quality. The cookware in the Expert set has a red thermo-spot temperature indicator in the middle of each item to let you know when the pot or pan has been properly pre-heated. The set is made of high quality aluminum and will heat up faster and more evenly than the other types. I will go into more detail at a later time, but so far, it is holding up well. There were no problems with the teflon coating. The finish on these items is still very good, and they can be used in the dishwasher as well. They are easy to clean and look brand new. What more can we ask for? The cookware set is ten times more expensive than other sets. Highly recommended and five stars.
👤I got this set for non-stick and dishwasher safe cookware because I like Tfal products. I've only used it a couple of times, but it's definitely non-stick. I missed my return window because I waited so long. I still use these pots and pans, but I wish they were non-stick. I will probably donate the non-stick set that I am looking for.
👤Teflon based cookware is not something I like since the coating eventually comes off, no matter the quality, price or how dedicated you are to following the manufacturer's directions. I'm hesitant because of the research and studies that show how this stuff is not very good for you. For me, the ends justify the means. I'd rather have a small amount of Teflon over time than a lot of oil and grease. If you don't want to add a lot of fat when cooking certain foods, non-stick is a good thing. I've gone through a few T-Fal pans in the past, but I try to be careful. Don't stack the pans, cook on low heat, preheat first, non-scratch utensils, a bit of oil, and don't use abrasives when cleaning, all help. This is a perfect price point for replacements. I use the pans all the time to fry. I can stay healthy by cutting down on oils and fats. I don't put it in the dishwasher if it's dishwasher safe. It's a great deal to get these on sale. I've used expensive non-stick cookware and they're the same. They may last a bit longer but eventually they will stick. "Lifetime" warranties are useless. They will get you to mail it back, inspect it, and deny your claim so you're out postage. Get something cheap. This set is for you. Plan to replace it every few years. Don't get upset.
The dimensions are:11'' x 5.5'' x 3''. Maintaining an efficient kitchen can be accomplished by investing in quality cookware. The Ecolution Pure Intentions Saucepan is oven safe and uses a stay-cool knob and handle, as well as an encapsulated bottom for heat conductivity, which makes it a great choice for home use. ECO-FRIENDLY: The Ecolution line of cookware was born from their passion for cooking and concern for the planet. Ecolution products are made from recycled materials, and the Pure Intentions Saucepan is made from recycled steel. 70% of the packaging is recycled. It's SAFE and NON-TOXIC. This Saucepan is free of PFOA, lead, and cadmium and is similar to all Ecolution products. Cook with care and good judgement. The fun and enjoyment in a kitchen is derived from cooking, not cleaning. Their Saucepan is dishwasher safe, so you don't have to worry about scrubbing and hand washing. SPECIFICATIONS: The package includes 1 quart. The saucepan is made of pure steel.
👤The lid gets very hot and I only gave it a three. A potholder is needed to remove it. The handle gets very hot. The pot is very sturdy.
👤It is a nice pan. I like it, but I had to use a pot holder if I got the pan hot or boiling, because the handle got hot.
👤I can not recommend this pot. The metal handle is too hot. You need a potholder. The pot is very small. I wanted a replacement for my 1.5 quart pot, which is 15 years old, but it won't last that long.
👤I already have one saucepan from the initial Ecolution Pure Intentions box set, and decided to get 2 more. I like the clean look and feel of this product and it also pairs well with my all-glass dishes. The only minor annoyance is with the lids where you have to remove/unscrew their handles to drain water that gets trapped underneath when you wash them.
👤. The lid is the most important part. The metal works well. I hope it's not aluminum.
👤I assumed the handle should not absorb the heat because it is not very deep. It does.
👤The pot is good to cook with. It is easy to clean.
👤The heat distribution is dangerous. The handle becomes as hot as the pan.
👤The size, shape, and overall look of this saucepan is good. I rarely use it as the handle is too hot. It's too much trouble to use an oven mitt or silicon holder for a stovetop pot. It's hard to find a small, eco friendly pot with a glass lid like this one.
👤When I cook with the handle, it gets really hot. I need to use a rag to move it.
👤Cette casserole n'est pas toutes, pour un usage courant sur un feu intense. Le fond change de couleur. The prix de ce produit was trop élevé.
👤I like the quality of this product. I used it to boil small items.
👤Pot arrived as shown. I'm happy with it. There is a Thank you.
The cookware set includes 8 inch fry pan, 10 inch fry pan, 1.5 quart sauce pan with lid, 2 quart saucepan with lid, and 3 quart casserole pan with lid. The aluminum body has a non-stick coating. The handles stay cool and the glass lid lets steam escape. The spiral bottom is compatible with gas, electric, and glass stovetops. Please check the size of your stove top's cook top before purchasing it. High temperature can cause handling and coating damage.
👤I bought a similar set for my mom. The old set was built well. There is a The new set is a lot cheaper. The logos are worn off, the coating is scratched up, and they have a poor build quality. There is a The lack of balancing is the worst. If you cook something light like an egg, the pans won't balance and don't sit flat on the burner, which will cause your food to sit and cook differently.
👤Product works well. The smell is the problem. It smells like burning plastic and the fumes fill the entire house when we use them. We are getting rid of them because we are concerned about health damage.
👤The pan was broken and completely defected. There was a small scratch in the saucepan. Really bad quality... I can't imagine how this can happen.
👤I haven't had time to use all the items in the set yet, but the first time I used the smaller frying pan, I simply cooked 3 eggs, with little butter, and part of a coat burnt inside. I tried washing and using a lot of fat to cook two other times, and it sticks forever. I was expecting a low quality. This is not for you if you are going for non-stick.
👤I used all the pans and it smelt like the house was on fire. Don't buy junk.
👤You can rate these depending on how you look at them. They are excellent pots and pans. They have been doing a great job so far. If you want the highest quality cook ware, you should spend more money. The pots and pans are very hot. If you take care of the surface, it will last. Don't think you're getting the best when you buy these. These are great for the price and great as a starter kit. They will be replaced by a year end.
👤I can't think of a better value in cookware. I've tried copper frying pans and they aren't worth the powder to blow them up. The green non-stick pans are the same rating as the copper pans. I have searched for decent frying pans and found them in Amazon. These are the best I have ever used. I like cooking with olive oil and these are non-stick. One of the con's is that an ad from Amazon would lead one to believe that these come with a lid. These are the best cast iron range I have. They are just as attractive as any of the more expensive pans. You can't go wrong with the price.
👤The handle broke off from one of the pans and this product was not worth it.
👤The bottom is not as thin as the rest of the set.
👤Been using the product for 4 months. The quality is low. Utensils bend easily when they fall down.
👤Sturdy quality handles. The non-stick coating will last longer if taken care of.
👤The ladles are a health hazard. We are worried that we have eaten this plastic. I have gone through the reviews and it seems that the quality is different for India and other countries as the reviews are mostly from Europe. I am angry that they will play with the health of their consumers.
The interior of the cookware is top quality and easy to clean. Two pour spouts and a shatter-resistant glass lid are included in the saucepan. The stylish farberware handle makes it easy to grip. The 1 quart saucepan is dishwasher safe. The saucepan is in the farberware collections and itcomplements other farberware cookware.
👤I was cooking pasta and the smell came from the pot. I discarded the food. There is a I washed the pot with hot water before use. There is a This is dangerous. I have never encountered a problem with Faberware. Could this be a lie?
👤I bought another size because I love this so much. I don't understand all the negative reviews because it works great. Nothing sticks. It's easy to clean. Great purchase for the price.
👤I was not happy with this pot. I replaced it once and it still had the same horrible smell when it was on the stove. I bought a 3 quart pot. I don't know why I had so much trouble with this one. Not trying again.
👤The smell from the pot is a carcinogen. You can feel the cancer cells in your kitchen. This pot is not safe to use. I don't know why this is being sold. It can't be used for any reason, it's made with toxic metal. If you value your health, don't buy this.
👤This is a perfect pan for sauces. I decided to take a chance despite the bad reviews because it was inexpensive and I was glad I did. Some people have complained about the smell. The pan is the perfect size for the smallest burner on my stove and the spouts allow me to pour from it without making a mess. I am using it to make iced tea, which is easy to clean, and the strainer lid allows me to dispose of the tea bags after pouring the contents in a pitcher. I was very happy with my purchase.
👤I am not sure if I INRDeals If you touch the handle of the saucepan, it will still burn you. The pan was okay at first, but has only had this problem about 4 months into our usage. I will be looking for a different brand of pan as I shop for another saucepan today, but I would highly suggest looking for a different pan, our return window ended awhile back, but I will be looking for a different brand as I shop for another saucepan today!
👤I'll add a 5th star after I see how it holds up. I was looking for a small pot with a pour spout. Non-stick was a bonus. I was worried after reading the comments. I use a stove. I'm careful to keep the flames out of the outer edges. I stuck my nose up to the pot and didn't smell anything different after using it a few times. The part of the handle that was close to the pot was too hot to touch. I'll probably hand wash it from now on. I've read that the non-stick surface of the pots is less prone to wear. This thing cooks well. I want to keep it that way. Aug 2020 It's much later. I added the 5th star as I came back to buy a 3rd one, mostly because I'm lazy when it comes to washing dishes, but also because I use this allot and it's worked perfectly for me.
The high heat exchanger. The comfortable handles with famous styling give a confident grasp when moving a pot out of an oven. There is a 4-Quart Saucepot with a lid. The heat design is quick. The saucepot has a thick aluminum core surrounded by steel for rapid heating. The Saucepot with lid is made of heavy-duty STAINLESS steel and has a mirror finish. OVEN SAFE: The comfortable handle with styling provides a confident grasp. The dishwasher is safe to use. This dishwasher-safe saucepot combines technology with styling and quality that Farberware has delivered for decades.
👤I used boiled potatoes in it. I washed it with a sponge. The second time I used it, there were spots all over it. RUST! How does it rust? It would not rust if it was aluminum. It's a piece of trash. Don't buy it. I thought I would upgrade to newer pieces, but I have a 45 year old Farberware. I keep my good old reliable pieces. I'm disgusted. Can't you tell?
👤The old set was 30 years old. The info on the outer box can only be seen in tiny print, but these are made in China. I assumed the pots were cleaned after I washed them in the dishwasher. I was shocked to see a black stain on my dishcloth after washing one by hand a few weeks later. I noticed that the other pots were the same. I called Farberware. They said this is a polishing compound used in the manufacturing process. They assured me that it is not harmful. Who would want to eat polishing compound in their food? I was told to use a solution of baking soda, vinegar, and water to remove it after I pointed out that it should be removed before the pots are shipped. It's not believable. This should not be required of buyers. I wanted potential buyers to know that I was keeping the pots.
👤The manufacturing process is bad quality. It was replaced by a lightweight IKEA 3qt set that was rusting. This one is heavier than the others. The dishwasher did not rust. After cooking shrimp in 1.5l water with 2tbs salt for 3-4 minutes, it was left unattended for 40 minutes. The dark spots on the bottom were similar to those on the ikea set. My pots do not do that. I was very disappointed after reading the good reviews. I was a future customer of Farberware.
👤The original Farberware pot had to be replaced because it was accidentally left on the heat and burned, and I purchased this to replace it. There is a The old pots were clad in aluminum which was better for heat distribution. The quality is not as good as the ok'd pots. The things that didn't stick to the pots will stay in the new ones. The new pots are ok with the clean up. There is a A good pot for the price.
👤I've had Farberware for many years, but hadn't had a 4 quart size. It's perfect for small batches of pasta, soups, and cooking corn on the cob. The side handles of the burner get hot if you have a larger burner. You keep hot pads around because of that. The steel is easy to clean. After several weeks, my pot still looks new. I think it will wear like my other cookware. The lid is tight. I'm happy with my purchase.
👤The low rating is due to the lack of replacement parts. I have owned a Farberware pot for over 30 years and it still looks like it came out of the box. There is not a replacement for my broken pot. I had to pay $35.00 to replace the $3.00 handle on the new pot.
There is a limited lifetime warranty. The handle is riveted for strength and stays cool to the touch. The saucepan is made of 18/10 steel and has a solid aluminum core. Rims are used for pouring. It's dishwasher-safe, oven-safe, and broiler-safe.
👤This gem is beautiful. The Tramontina pan was awarded the best bang for the buck by ATK. ATK used the "Chef Classic" pan which is a base only pan. I ordered the Tramontina pan to compare to the All-Clad I already own. I chose the Cuisinart because of that. The All-Clad or Tramontina is more beautiful. The handle is smaller than the Tramontina. The All-Clad pan has a thin handle which makes it difficult to control heavy ingredients. The All-Clad has a pouring lip while the Cuisinart does not. The lack of a lip makes the All-Clad a mess in the kitchen. There is a The Tramontina lip is huge and ridiculous looking, but it does not serve any purpose. The corners of the Cuisinarts can be reached with a whisk. ATK had a test criteria. I already have an entire set of Chef Classic pans. I've owned my Chef Classic pans for a long time. If you don't know what you're doing, the sides can get very hot like a commercial black steel pan and can scorch cream-based ingredients. I have not had any complaints. The All-clad costs more than either of the other pans, but the Cuisinart performs better. One plus for the Tramontina... It made emptying the pans' contents much easier by having a helpers handle. I found that an oven glove or pot holder worked well with all pans, even the helpers got very hot on a gas stove. The final note. I have enough money to buy a new dishwasher, but I want to buy the entire set of the Cuisinart Multiclad Pro so I can use my used All-Clad pans.
👤The pans are not flat. They bow upwards. The edges of the glass top stove come in contact with them. Returned right away.
👤I like this pot. The construction is nice and the heat distribution is nice. Cleans are very easy, even the remnants come right off. Great price and quality. The full clad aluminum is half the price of the All Clad cookware. There was an update on April 10, 2019. I have had this pot for about six months now, and the bottom has pitted. After paying over $50, I was very disappointed. I would rather pay more for AllClad, knowing they will last forever. Down to 2 stars.
👤I wanted a bigger saucepot but didn't want to go full stockpot. The pot is nice. It heated quickly and evenly. There is a It is a bit heavier when it has water in it, because it is larger. Two pounds of weight is added to that quart of water. There is no assistance grip on the handle. The existing handle is narrow, and it takes two hands to pick up the full pot. There is a If you grip the handle close to the pot, it's easier to lift and maneuver the pot. The base of the handle is near the stovetop, which the manufacturer says is a handle that doesn't distribute heat. The handle's base gets hot. The potholder is required to grip it. If you want to pour the pot out, you have to use one hand in the potholders and the other in the first hand. There is a So. A potholder with two hands. This is not comfortable. There is a The only thing it needs is a grip loop opposite the handle and a handle that is heat- resistant. This pot would be greatly improved if the design was changed. I'm going to keep it because it's the only 4-quart saucepot that doesn't cost a lot of money or have a terrible lid, and it's light. This is a clumsy pot if you're not very strong.
It's ideal for Rice, Beans, Stews, Soups, Meats, Vegetables and more. Cooks' Tools;Pasta Tools;Pasta Makers were included.
👤I have had a pot for 3 months. These black streaks won't go away even if I wash it many times. This is coming from the strainer holes. The black material is in the water when I cook pasta. Not sanitary.
👤I washed everything before cooking, but still found black particles in my pasta. I washed everything with hot water, detergent, and a brush. I wiped the inside of the "spaghetti insert" with a paper towel and there was black smudge on the paper towel. The paper towel was still showing remnants even after I wiped it many times. It took me two hours to clean most of it off, but there are still some in different places. It seems to be on the welding seams and inside the strainer holes. If you wash the item and never use paper towels to dry it, you won't notice the black marks. I didn't realize until I found black particles in my spaghetti.
👤So disappointing. The pasta insert is only used for the first time and there are rusty spots after the first use. The insert is thin and the holes are not very big. I thought it was okay, but RUST is not. What else is leaking from this cheapo steel into the food? Yuck! Will come back.
👤I love to cook and love my cookware, but the large insert in this pot is useless and I will return the set. I will review and explain two products that are competing against it. There is a We gave away most of the pots, pans, skillets and lids we accumulated over the course of 24 years, because our partners came and went for both of us. I had a few pieces of Chef's Classic that I loved and my spouse loves them too, so we decided to replace all the off brand pieces with new Chef's Classic, starting with the 17 piece kit. This has gone well. We love the pieces, but we don't like this one product. The 12 quart pot 766-26P1 has a great lid. Our complaint is only with the inserts, they are a unique diameter (width) compared to our other Chef's classic. There is a The small basket insert has a mirror finish exterior and brushed interior. It's 100% usable. Some of the holes were formed from the outside, but not pushed back to be even with the interior. It seems like a workmanship oversight since none of the competing products had this issue. It isn't the main problem. There is a The large basket insert is failing in materials and workmanship. It has a brushed interior. A black metal material is continuously falling off of the holes. We tried rubbing, but nothing stopped the onslaught of black metal particles. The edges of the holes are not even and the STAINLESS STEEL is being scratched at the hole edges, causing raised sharp bits. The main feature of this product is the inserts, which is not acceptable for continued use. I will return this produce since there have been similar complaints by Amazon reviewers. There is a The Cooks Classic 4-piece 12 quart Pasta Pot Cooker Steamer Multipot is one of the two products that I will compare the Cuisinart to. Williams-Sonoma. The Cooks Standard product cost 15% less than the Cuisinart product. The dimensions are almost the same as the Cuisinart. The inserts have less holes than the Cuisinart, and most of the water leaves a couple ounces that is hard to drain. Water will come out of the holes in the pot and onto your stove or counter if you don't lift the strainer slowly. The inserts have quality workmanship and no black holes. This is a better value alternative than the Cuisinart product. The strainers could be replaced with the ones from the Cuisinart pot and lid. There is a The All-clad appears to be an exclusive product made for WSonoma. They have an 8 quart container. The All-clad website has the same construction, but not the 12 quart version. The W-S 12 quart. version is offered by W-S. The version has more holes. The All-clad site has a pot with pasta insert. There is a The All-clad product is three times more expensive than the Cuisinart. It is taller and narrower than Cusinart. The insert holes are more numerous, almost a mesh, and the entire thing takes less than a second to lift, improving safety and utility. The construction is more complex and high quality, each insert uses point welds to affix the bottom to the mesh, the mesh to itself with a plate where the ends meet up, and the mesh to the top part of the insert. I don't think it impairs the utility because the workmanship and materials are excellent, but there are additional metal edges where these parts are joined, which could catch on food and need more careful cleaning to remove all food particles. The product is expensive but has more comprehensive design and engineering than the other two. Too long? If you can afford it, the All-clad is the first pick. Give the Cooks Standard Classic time to drain as you pull it from the hot water. The third choice is the Cuisinart pot and lid, but replace the large insert with the Cooks Standard Classic. The large insert is not of good quality. We're wearing the All-clad. The adult kids will get the Cooks Standard Classic, while the Cuisinart will be returned.
SPECIFICATIONS: The package includes 2 quarts. Streel Pure Intentions Saucepan. A speckled finish with a matching lid. Evenly distributes heat. It's easy to handle. It's ideal for serving soups, stew, sauces, and other foods.
👤Do not heat them too hot. It should be kept under medium. There is a Thin. There is a The weight is less than 2 lbs with the lid. There is a When we were kids, my sister had a toy cook set that was bigger than this. It's seriously. I had to lay a wet towel on top of the rice because the steam kept clanging the lid loudly. There is a That was a pot of rice that was slow cooked. There is a Rice did not stick as much as I 888-276-5932. It took me longer to cook than I thought because I took it easy boiling the water. Cleaned up well. $9? It looks good. More for nostalgia heating a few cans of Dirty Moore over a hot plate/camp stove burner while camping.
👤This is the first time it has been used and it is warped on the bottom. I had a dark blue one that I had for 25 years and never warped, but it had a rusty spot in the bottom and I had to make a planter out of it. Things are cheaper now. I was hoping it would last longer.
👤I thought it would be smaller in person. I wanted a large pot like a soup pot or stock pot. It was easy to clean up. Would recommend to others.
👤I love everything about it. Excellent quality, perfect size, light weight, easy to clean.
👤The pot arrived without a lid, even though the description stated it did. The bottom was badly damaged by a large dent and a small scratch. I'm supposed to get a new one. I hope it's what was described.
👤I didn't check the pot before I used it. There is a small dent in the pot. I am responsible but I love it.
👤I like the size for all batches. It's easy to clean. The stains are easy to remove.
👤Not really impressed. I thought it was smaller, but it is American measurements. I did not convert properly. I am having trouble getting the glue off the lid because they did glue gun it.
Let cookware cool before washing. Do not wash saucepan in dishware. The pans in the set have a non-stick coating inside and a heat resistant paint on the outside. The saucepan in the set is suitable for all cooking surfaces, including ceramic and electrical. The 1 quart saucepan is not suitable for cooking on the stove. CONVENIENCE includes a black bakelite handle for easy handling of the pan/s and a glass lid with bakelite knob to keep the food protected. These saucepans will serve you for a long time. Care instructions Use a soft cotton or linen towel to dry the pans, and use a plastic or wooden utensil to keep them in great shape.
👤These pots are used to heat milk. I don't expect them to last forever, but the non-stick is doing well and I don't think they will last forever. There is very little left to clean after drinking the milk. Potential buyers should be aware that these pots are small, but that liquids don't boil over the top like some other pots, making me feel more comfortable filling the pot higher.
👤The saucepans give off a terrible smell when used for cooking. It is frightening to think about what could happen to my family if I cook food in that smell. Very worried.
👤The saucepan by Utopia has a steam release in the lid, but it doesn't have an added protection of contents overflow upon boiling. The steam release in the lid and rolled rim of my other 2-qt saucepans from other manufacturers prevent the pan from overflowing, which is what I like the most about them. The saucepan by Utopia requires a lower level of content than the others. The design is the difference. It makes a difference.
👤I don't need large pots anymore, so I like the smaller ones. I like the steam holes in the glass lids. I hand wash my pots because I have found they last longer when I don't put them in the dishwasher. The pots are great for the price.
👤I ordered these pans because I needed a quart size pan. I was happy with my purchase when I got them. They were well made and sturdy. I threw the packaging away because I thought it was great. I noticed the pan was leaking after using it for the second time. The handle on the pan has a small leak. It must be lower than the screws if I put liquids in it. I guess you get what you pay for. Don't waste your money on useless things.
👤The handle was comfortable and the weight was sturdy. The sauce pan was made of flimsy metal and did not distribute the heat well. So far, so good.
👤The picture shows the issue with the saucepan. The handle of the 1 quart saucepan is heavier than that of the saucepan, so it can't stand on its own. Let's cook some hot food in it. In the full load status, it stands flat. After removing hot foods from the saucepan, it can loose its stability and fall on the floor, which can result in severe burns. It can't cook evenly and it can't stand flat. I returned the product after observing the issue. The 2 quart saucepan seems to work.
👤I used both of them within hours after receiving them. Both are heated evenly. The tops have plastic handles so you won't get burned. The packaging was very sanitary with two layers of protection, something I have become very concerned with in these difficult times. If I notice anything abnormal over time, I will update this review. Can anyone tell me why Silverware sized plastic utensils are not made? I'm not talking about the kind of food you get at the store. I have been unable to find giant-size spoons with holes, giant-size forks and large Spatula's that are easy to use in small sauce pans and skillets. I forget and damage the non-stick surface when I use regular silverware. Thanks to anyone who has suggestions!
It was made using a top rated material 3003 aluminum alloy and coated with multi-layer nonstick. The bakelite handle is heat resistant and the two layers of interior are scratch resistant. Whether you are making sauces, gravies, boiling pasta, or simply reheating leftovers, you will get delicious results. Cleaning is hassle-free. To wash the saucepan, use hot soapy water and a cleansing brush. Leave it to dry after washing and avoid using abrasive chemicals. Let cookware cool before washing. Do not wash saucepan in dishware.
👤I ordered these pots to use on my new cooker. The items arrived undamaged. Wanted to use these pots right away, so I put them in the dishwasher for cleaning. Pots are dishwasher safe. The bottom of the pots are discolored and look burned, and the rim looks like it has melted, when I took them out of the dishwasher. The base of the handle is discolored. I've never had this happen to my cookware. I have been preparing meals with different cookware for 50 years. What would they look like after a few uses? The seller will be contacted for a replacement or refund.
👤I don't need a big pot because I'm single. I used to use the ones I used while camping. I can't do much camping anymore. I was looking for a 2 quart pot that was meant to be used indoors because the pots I had weren't the best for my gas range. I bought a smaller pot to go with it. This is the best pot I have ever owned. The handle is easy to clean. The pot hasn't broken down yet. It has been a great pot and I have used it to make soup, Mac and Cheese, and a lot of other things.
👤I dare say "Utopian" that the UTOPIA Customer Service is exceptional. Although the problem with this pot and the listing in Induction Capable was not their fault, they took care of the problem in a way that has gained a loyal and appreciative customer for life. It is rare and effective to have a customer-centered mindset. There is a I was on a page of pots looking specifically for Induction, but it didn't work. There is a The frying pan is the same make and bottom style, so it seems to be confusing. When the bottoms look the same, the product should be in an industrialist specific list. I have a pot that will work on a gas burner. This is AMAZON'S FAULT, not an UTOPIA mistake. I used the INDUCTION option on the left to search for pots and pans after purchasing a new burner. There is a The bottom of the frypan was the same as the top of the list. I thought it was too small in diameter to work on the burner, but I had to search the description to find it was not capable. There is a AMAZON is at fault, just fix it.
👤When I used the pan a few times, I found that the aluminum top edge was oxidation, which allowed aluminum dust to enter food as it cooks, and especially as the food is poured out of the pan. Dust rubs off on a towel. TheOxidation is on the handle where the pan is. The screw in the lid oxidizes and drips aluminum dust into the food. Alzheimer's is a known health hazard due to the presence of aluminum. Why would anyone make a pan that oxidizes aluminum? Was this not inspected by the USA?
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