Here’s a versatile cookware that is simply the best! This top sauteuse is ideal for preparing meals for a party or food that will last you for a week. It is induction and gas compatible, capacious, has a sturdy handle, and is just right in size. You can also use this for one-pot meals that will save you time and effort.
With its big flat base and deeply sloped sides, the sauteuse pan by Meyer resembles a frypan in some ways but has a far larger liquid capacity. This makes this stainless steel sauteuse the ideal option to prepare big braises or roasts, especially when paired with a domed lid. The pans work best for slow roasting rather than scorching food over high heat. Transport from burner to oven to table is made simple by the heat-resistant grips on either side.
The word "sauter" (which means "to jump" in French) refers to a pan used to toss little pieces of food into a high-heat setting while they "jump" around for a brief period of time. And make sure it is hot but not overcooked when it is served.
Best cookware for the final touch!
The sauteuse is frequently employed to prepare and flavour small, attractive food items that will serve as the plate's finishing touch. It resembles a frying pan more than a cooking pot. In a commercial kitchen, a sauteuse is small in size. It is designed for fine-tuning and for achieving ideal outcomes when consuming little amounts of food at once.
Made for high heat
The key to sautéing is to brown food without drying it out, and to serve greens that are sizzling hot but yet crunchy. Extreme heat is necessary. Therefore, our stainless steel sauteuse is simply perfect.
Shaped for perfection
Since the cooking technique is the same, the shape is similar to a wok. The proper technique is made easier by the deep, rounded sides and the strong handle of this stainless steel pan.
The right material
Are you sceptical about cookware material? Stainless steel sauteuse is certainly your safe choice. It is resilient, somewhat light, simple to clean, and non-reactive. Therefore, if you are looking for a long-lasting and easy to use sauteuse, chose Meyer Select sauteuse. This stainless steel cookware is strong , resilient, and will last for ages.
Taking care of your stainless steel pan:
You should thoroughly wash your stainless steel pan in warm, soapy water with some vinegar before using it for the first time to get rid of any oil that might have been left over from production.
All you need for daily cleaning is dishwashing soap and a soft towel. I'm done now. Just let the cookware cool to room temperature before washing it. Additionally, avoid removing stuck-on food particles using steel wool, metal scrubbers, or other abrasive cleansers. Instead, immerse the pan in warm, soapy water before attempting to clean the debris from it. To keep your stainless steel appearing smooth and shining, use baking soda.
Here are some pointers and techniques that will enable you to enjoy, care for, and keep your cookware for a very long time:
· To prevent scratches, avoid cutting or carving on your stainless steel cookware.
· Avoid using really high heat on your cookware since it will discolour it.
· Avoid adding oil to a chilly pan because doing so could cause the oil to burn and leave a black residue.
· Before adding the oil, always warm the pan to prevent food from sticking to the bottom.
· Salting can occur if you add it to the water before it has boiled.
· Before cleaning, let your cookware cool down. The metal may distort if a heated pan is dropped into cold water.