Calphalon Contemporary Pour and Strain Sauce Pan
The Calphalon Contemporary pour and strain sauce pan features multi-layer non stick for ultra durability. The contemporary design will stand up to what you are cooking, while looking great in your kitchen. Calphalon cookware cooks evenly because of the hard-anodized aluminum.
Use the non stick saucepan to cook pasta, vegetables, rice or beans, and then drain liquid by using the integrated straining holes in the cover. It’s fast, easy and you won’t have to use a separate colander. Includes tempered glass cover.
Calphalon Contemporary Hard-Anodized Aluminum Nonstick Cookware, Pour and Strain Sauce Pan, 3 1/2-quart, Black
List Price: $110.00
Current Price: $59.95
Product DescriptionFeaturing a hard-anodized exterior and nonstick interior. Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick combines durability and performance with fast clean-up and easy low-fat cooking.. Heavy-gauge aluminum construction ensures even heating and is hard-anodized for durability. It also makes it dishwasher-safe. Interior includes three layers of nonstick coating – two layers provide durability and the third layer offers easy release performance. The long, brushed stainless steel handles are designed to stay cool on the stovetop. Pans and covers are also oven safe, making it ideal for finishing a gourmet dish. Cook pasta, vegetables, rice or beans, and then drain liquid by using the integrated straining holes in the cover. It's fast, easy and you won't have to use a separate colander. The nonstick surface of the saucepan with straining lid means you can cook healthier using less fat, with effortless cleanup. Comes with Calphalon's full lifetime warranty. ....read more
Calphalon Contemporary Pour and Strain Sauce Pan Features
•Triple layer, PFOA-free nonstick for lasting release
•Heavy-gauge, hard-anodized aluminum for even heating
•Long, cast stainless steel handle stays cool while you’re cooking on the stovetop
•Oven safe to 450 F
•Full Lifetime Warranty
Large Sauce Pan with Integrated Straining Lid
This covered sauce pan has generous 3.5-quart capacity. Integrated straining holes in the lid allow you to easily drain water when cooking pasta, vegetables, beans, and more, so you never need a separate colander.
Calphalon Hard-Anodized Aluminum for Even Heating
This heavy-gauge sauce pan is made of hard-anodized aluminum that offers consistent heat distribution, making it ideal for simmering, boiling, and other cooking. A sturdy cast stainless steel long handle makes handling easy and allows for convenient hanging when not in use.
Multi-Layer Nonstick Pour and Strain Sauce Pan
Thanks to a durable triple-layer, PFOA-free nonstick interior, the Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick 3.5-quart Covered Pour and Strain Sauce Pan lets you cook confidently without worrying that food will stick to the pan. The nonstick surface also allows you to use less oil or butter for healthy, low-fat cooking.
Calphalon Sauce Pan with See-Through Tempered Glass Lid
Effortlessly monitor your food as it cooks thanks to the see-through convenience of a tempered glass lid.
Calphalon Sauce Pan is Dishwasher and Oven Safe
The Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick 3.5-quart Covered Pour and Strain Sauce Pan is dishwasher safe for quick and easy cleaning. You can use this sauce pan safely in the oven at temperatures up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. This sauce pan is intended for gas, electric, electric ring, halogen, or glass ceramic stove tops, and should be used with nylon, coated, or wooden utensils to protect the nonstick coating from damage.
How to cook with Calphalon Contemporary Hard Anodized Cookware
Never use cooking spray. Aerosol cooking spray leaves a gummy residue that is difficult to remove, and that residue will cause food to stick. Instead, use an oil mister filled with olive or vegetable oil, or dab a bit of oil on a paper towel and carefully wipe the interior of the pan. Use the correct heat setting. Use low heat for warming, simmering and preparing sauces; use medium heat for frying, grilling, sautéing, searing or stir-frying; use high heat for boiling or reducing liquids. Preheat the pan. Nonstick cookware can take a minute or two longer to preheat compared to aluminum or stainless steel cookware. For best results, make sure your nonstick pan is heated to the proper temperature before adding food.
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- 1.1 Calphalon Contemporary Pour and Strain Sauce Pan Features
- 1.2 Large Sauce Pan with Integrated Straining Lid
- 1.3 Calphalon Hard-Anodized Aluminum for Even Heating
- 1.4 Multi-Layer Nonstick Pour and Strain Sauce Pan
- 1.5 Calphalon Sauce Pan with See-Through Tempered Glass Lid
- 1.6 Calphalon Sauce Pan is Dishwasher and Oven Safe
- 1.7 How to cook with Calphalon Contemporary Hard Anodized Cookware
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