KitchenAid

Stainless Steel 1-Quart Saucepan with Pour Spouts and Measuring Marks

$24.99

QUICK, EVEN HEATING: KitchenAid saucepan has been crafted from stainless steel with an aluminum core base to spread heat quickly and evenly

SILICONE GRIP HANDLES: Dual riveted handle is finished with a silicone grip to remain cooler while cooking on the stovetop

POUR IT ON: Saucepan is equipped with built-in spouts for easy pouring of sauces, reductions, gravies, and chocolate

EASY TO CLEAN: Versatile reduction pot is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup

INDUCTION COMPATIBLE: One quart saucepan is designed for use on all cooktops, including induction

Product Dimensions:
12.28"L x 5.59"W x 3.50"H
1000


Crafted from durable stainless steel with a layer of heat-conductive aluminum in the base, this small, versatile pan is designed to heat quickly and evenly to boil and simmer with ease when crafting sauces, gravies, and reductions. Featuring etched measuring marks, this kitchen essential makes it easy to add measured ingredients, while the pour spouts allow for mess-free pouring. The stainless steel handle has been finished with a silicone grip for a cooler handle while cooking, when compared to traditional stainless steel handles.

SKU : 71018

Base Material: Induction Plate

Body Material: Stainless Steel

Exterior Finish: Sunrayed

Handles: Dual Riveted Silicone with Stainless Steel

Interior Surface: Brushed SS

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

Induction Suitable: Yes

Oven-safe Temperature: 400°F

Lifetime Warranty

Lock in heat

Tempered glass lids retain heat and flavor

Measure quickly

Volume marks in saucepans and stockpots for easy measuring

Easy food release

Select items feature a PFOA-free nonstick interior

Induction Ready

Works on all stovetops

Easy to clean

Cookware is dishwasher safe for quick, easy cleanup

Stove-to-oven meals

Cookware is oven safe to 400°F without lids, 350°F with lids



Get the Most Out of Your Cookware

Match pan and burner size and center it. Don't leave an empty pan on a hot burner or allow it to boil dry.
Bring food to room temperature before cooking on a medium to low heat. Try oil or butter to avoid cooking sprays.
Use potholders when handling hot cookware. Use silicone, nylon or wood utensils. Allow foods to release before flipping.
Cool cookware completely before washing. Dry immediately with a towel.

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