A stainless steel saucepan has earned its fair place among the pantheon of cookware as one of the most important pots and pans. Contrary to its name, a high-quality saucepan is adaptable and typically indispensable; every commercial kitchen has them, and every domestic kitchen has them as well. The sauce pan has a long and illustrious history in kitchens, especially in an Indian kitchen as it is an integral part of all our teas and coffees. Here’s a small-sized straining saucepan that will work great for any kitchen. This is a stainless steel pan that is 100% safe, with no nickel or any other harmful coating. This stainless steel cookware has two pouring spouts for easy and mess-free dripping.
What can you in Meyer Select Stainless Steel Straining Saucepan 16cm ?
Anything that is largely liquid cooks best in a saucepan. As a result, it works well for simmering, preparing soups, brewing tea and coffee, and for making sauces like spaghetti sauce.
What is a saucepan?
Small, spherical pans with tall, straight sides are known as saucepans. Saucepans often feature long handles and lids and are designed to be used on the stove. The saucepan's design ensures that the food or liquid inside is heated uniformly. Due to the combination of the high walls and the smaller base, this style of pan also produces a bigger surface area, resulting in more even cooking. The saucepan's high walls also stop spills while cooking. This means that it works well to keep kitchens clean as well as to keep issues from developing in busy kitchens.
Uses of Meyer Select Stainless Steel Straining Saucepan
Although saucepans are primarily used in India for boiling water, the stainless steel saucepan from Meyer is capable of much more. Our saucepan's thick walls, flat base, and snug-fitting lid are its essential design elements. As a result, this stainless steel pan can be used for a variety of tasks, such as cooking sauces, grains, and preparing small quantities of soup as well as baby food.
Stainless steel is great for making sauces
Our Saucepan is perfect for both cooking and reheating sauce. Because of its thick walls, the ingredients stay in your pot and off the stovetop. No matter the cooking temperature, our Saucepan also offers uniform and constant heat. It works well for reducing sauces without burning them thanks to its strong heat retention.
Stainless steel is great for Grains
Grain dishes like rice, quinoa, and even small batches of pasta may all be prepared with our Saucepan. Additionally, its tight-fitting cover is particularly helpful when cooking rice or other grains.
Stainless steel is great for Soups
Our Saucepan is ideal for using as a base for sautéed vegetables in most soups, especially if you're just cooking a small quantity. The flat surface can be utilised to brown meat, and the straight sides will provide equal heating throughout the entire cooking process.