An everyday, professional 18/10 stainless steel saucepan, frying pan & milk pan set that can be used on any hob or in the oven. Use the saucepans for making sauces and soups as well as for cooking vegetables, rice, pulses and potatoes.The comfortable stainless steel handles will stay cool on the hob. The vented glass lid seals in the heat, flavours and aromas while you can see what's cooking. The thick, encapsulated base will efficiently absorb and spread the heat. The saucepans are suitable for all types of hob, including induction and are ovensafe too. What is 18/10 stainless steel?
When investing in stainless steel cookware you want 18/10 stainless steel as it is more durable and will retain its good looks. 18/10 stainless steel includes 18% chromium and 10% nickel. The chrome provides hardness and rust resistance. The nickel is very resistant to rust, corrosion and stains, so it adds to the durablilty of the pan and provides the enduring shine.Set consists of 16cm/1.5L, 18cm/2.3L and 20cm/3L saucepans with glass lids, 24cm non-stick frying pan & 1.5L/16cm non-stick milk pan. High quality 18/10 stainless steel - durable, looks great, easy to clean. Fully encapsulated impact bonded base for optimum heat distribution.
All round rolled pouring lip. Ergonomic stainless steel handle will stay cool on the hob. Vented ovenproof glass lid with stainless steel rim and handle. Suitable for all types of hob, including induction. Reassuring quality from Kuhn Rikon, the Swiss cookware experts.
Remove all packaging and peel off any labels before wetting the pan, then use hot, soapy water and a soft cloth to remove any residue. Hand wash and dry the pan and lid before first use. The pan and lid are dishwasher suitable but can easily be washed by hand. If cleaning by hand use hot, soapy water. Stubborn burnt on stains might need soaking first.
Use a nylon brush or scourer for gentle cleaning. Do not use abrasive cleaning agents or metal scourers to clean the pan. Suitable for use on all types of hob, including induction. Avoid dragging your pan across a glass topped hob.Try to match the diameter of the pan to the ring on the hob. Always heat up a pan gradually, don't place it on a high heat. Use silicone, wooden or metal utensils. Do not use sharp implements, such as knives, or electric blenders in the pan.
The pans and lids can be used in the oven up to 240°C. The pan handle will stay cool on the hob provided gas flames are not licking up the side.
Use oven gloves when removing pans from the oven. Do not place pans on the oven floor, always use an oven shelf. Limescale marks can be removed with a little lemon juice or vinegar.