Destanee Fournier Saucepan May 08th, 2017 - 03:51:10
All Clad stainless steel saucepan is the perfect addition to your cookware collection at home. I used to think that cooking food on any type of cookware doesn`t matter as long as one has the right and freshest ingredients. I didn`t know that much of the food`s taste also comes from where you cook it. I only knew better when a friend introduced me to the big difference it makes when you cook in stainless steel pans.
Hard Anodised: Is an aluminium saucepan that has a special electro chemical process applied to the exterior. The interior like aluminium saucepans is normally a not stick surface. The hard anodised surface has the advantage that the exterior is probably harder than stainless steel however they predominantly cannot be put in the dishwasher unless they have a special clear coating applied that will protect the hard anodised material.
One such range is the Toughened Non-Stick saucepan set. These saucepans are tough and effective with a special non-stick surface with a hard-anodised body. These versatile long lasting saucepans can be used for everyday use and can be used on any style hob including an induction hob. The set of three saucepan comprises of a 1.8 litre, 2.8 litre and 3.8 litres saucepan. All of them designed with helper handles to aid lifting when full and include a long, stay cool handle.
Stainless Steel: Is both durable and hard wearing although generally a poor conductor of heat. This can be counteracted by adding a disc of material fixed to the bottom of the saucepan that is a good conductor f heat for example aluminium. This improves conduction and therefore how quickly these pans will heat up. The aluminium is normally not visible and is encapsulated as this protects it from corrosion if put in the dishwasher. The best Stainless steel for saucepans is 18/10 which has 18% chrome and 10% nickel which gives stainless steel saucepan sets the optimum stain and rust resistance.