This is exceptionally heavy copper cookware from Mauviel, with a thickness of 2.5mm of pure copper, designed for the professional chef and the serious amateur. The interior is lined with stainless steel, which does not react with food and does not require "re-tinning" like traditional tin-lined copper.
Used primarily for frying, the pan's sloped sides make it easier to maneuver hot foods.
The foundation of your cookware collection, sauce pans are essential for preparing soups, sauces, and much more.
The saute pan has a wide flat bottom, and short straight sides. Similar in use to a fry pan, it is also ideal for sauces and gravies when rapid reduction is required, because of its broad surface area.
The flared sides of this sauce pan lend themselves perfectly to reducing sauces, by allowing more moisture to evaporate.
A large, deep, straight-sided pot for preparing stocks, boiling water, steaming vegetables, and much more.
With its two side handles, this pan is perfect for foods that are prepared in the oven.
Lids with cast iron handles, for all of the Mauviel M'Heritage 2.5mm Pans listed above.
Rectangular pans for roasting meats and preparing lasagna or other large dishes in the oven.