Tramontina 5-Qt Tri-Ply Clad Deep Saute Pan with Lid, Stainless Steel
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Enhance your cooking experience and make a stylish and functional addition to your kitchen with this high-performance Tramontina 5-Quart Saute Pan. This essential cookware has a base that is impact-bonded with three layers that consists of a pure aluminum core between two layers of 18/10 and magnetic stainless steel for increased durability and long-term use. The all clad tri-ply construction of this deep saute pan provides exceptional heat distribution on all sides for more even cooking. It features an elegant, cast mirror-polished finish that is resistant to rust, stains and corrosion. This stainless steel saute pan with lid is equipped with an ergonomic, riveted handle for added stability and a firm grip. The large 5-quart capacity allows you to sear, brown, fry, stir-fry, deglaze, braise, bake, caramelize, simmer, boil and stew for versatile cooking options.
It also includes a stainless steel, precision-fitted lid for added cooking precision. Easy to clean, this tri-ply clad deep saute pan is compatible with gas, electric, ceramic glass and induction cooktops and is oven-safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
Tramontina 5-Quart Tri-Ply Clad Deep Saute Pan with Lid, Stainless Steel:
- 18/10 stainless steel construction
- Tri-ply clad construction enhances heat conductivity
- Precision-cast, mirror-polished stainless steel handle
- Stainless steel lid
- Compatible with gas, electric, ceramic and induction cooktops
- Oven safe to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
- Dishwasher safe
- 5-quart capacity stainless steel saute pan with lid
|Manufacturer Part Number:||80116/552DS|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||22.50 x 12.06 x 5.12 Inches|
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- I have an 8" smooth top burner and it is my largest burner and this 12" pan works very well, as other said it is because of how the pan is made. It is the most beautiful pan in this size I have owned.by remodeladdict4/23/2016Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- For best results, a smaller pan is more appropriate.by CommunityAnswer11/16/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Your burners and mine are the same size. Mine are gas, but that shouldn't make a difference. The reason is the construction of the pan itself. It has superior heat conductivity. One of the things that means is that the heat is conducted and distributed evenly over the bottom of the pan. Also if you simply leave the lid on and turn the heat on low, the lid will literally seal onto the pan itself, allowing the contents to simmer and reduce. As I said, this is a marvelous piece of cookware.by Pwin4/23/2016Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Your 5-Qt Tri-Ply Clad Deep Saute Pan should work well on a 10 in burner, as it has great heat distribution.by Customer Support Team4/23/2016Written by a verified representative from Customer Support TeamWas this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It is not recommended to cook on high heat so I have not done that. I have noticed that it does seem to cook at a pretty high temperature on medium high. If that doesn't work for you, try the Matfer Bourgeat Black Steel Round Frying Pan. It is an amazing pan! It has the quality and cooks like cast iron without the taste. Good luck!by LoveToCook3/6/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- With this type of pan, you don't need to-- and shouldn't-- use a high heat setting on your stove burner. Instead, for frying at high heat, you should turn the burner to medium and give the pan a few minutes to heat up before adding oil to heat up, then the food. If the heat setting is too high, the food will tend to burn and stick rather than cook as you want it to. Don't expect to put the food in the hot pan and have it not stick at first, either... it will stick, initially, but after a minute or so, it'll release from the pan surface if you need to turn it. It just takes a bit of an adjustment to your cooking style as compared to other types of pans.by TomP3/24/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- A benefit from using this 5 Qt Tri-Ply Clad Deep Saute Pan is that stainless steel is non-reactive to foods, which will solve your problem. However, tri-ply clad cookware construction requires only low to medium heat to sauté, fry or cook most foods, and although this deep saute pan will work with high heat, and is oven-safe up to 500F, we do not recommend using a high heat setting, since it will works exceptionally and provides maximum performance with a low to medium setting. With most stainless steel cookware, using a high heat setting causes the cookware to become very hot, which may cause foods to stick, burn or scorch if added to very hot cookware. Prolonged exposure to high heat settings may also cause your cookware to discolor. Note: If this should occur, you can remove stubborn spots or stains by using a nonabrasive pad and quality stainless steel cleanser such as Bar Keepers Friend®.by Customer Support Team1/19/2015Written by a verified representative from Customer Support TeamWas this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I have no idea what the jumbo cooker is, but I can assure you that this pan has to be the single greatest value in the cookware market regardless of brand or where you buy it. Remember, it holds FIVE quarts....that's one quart more than a gallon, and that's a lot of food.by Pwin12/5/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- As I recall, the now discontinued Jumbo Cooker included the lid which was the same size as the lids which were supplied with Tramontina's 8 qt. and 12 qt. stock pots. The lid which is included with this item is supplied with Tramontina's much larger stock pots, 18 qt. and 24 qt. It would make sense, then, that this pot is larger than a Jumbo Cooker. I suspect what Tramontina did was exhaust its supply of Jumbo Cookers, and then came out with two saute pans, a 5 qt. (this item) and a 3 qt., sized and priced either side of the discontinued Jumbo Cooker.by MontereyBay8/22/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- The 5 QT is a bit heavier than its Brother & yes it truly holds 5 QT's LIQ, I measured it by filling with water. What makes this so wonderful is, one can a whole army out of this pan. Like U I did my research and the Tramontina website does not list this pan. I made phone calls & sent eMail's to Tramontina Head Cooperate and was advised that this pan was "temporarily" out of stock with no information as to its replenishment. When I finally saw this pan available via WalMart www I immediately ordered & am so happy I did.by IrvinJ8/19/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (2)Was this answer helpful?
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