Description and Uses
Stainless steel is the material of choice when you actually want your food to stick to the pan. The idea is to develop a browned crust of caramelized goodness (called fond) so you can then remove it with liquid (called deglazing) to make a pan sauce—or simply to add more flavor to whatever you're making.
Inside bottom diameter: 10 inches
Outside top diameter: 12 1/2 inches
Depth: 2 inches
Care and Maintenance
Clean stainless cookware like you would just about any other pot or pan: with soap and hot water, and either a non-abrasive or abrasive scrubber. Air dry in a drying rack. Stainless steel cookware is typically dishwasher-safe as well.