Saute Pan - Paula Deen - Pots/Pans
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Tue Sep 23 00:00:00 MDT 2014smauldin17 Rating:5.0
With Rachael Ray there is no going wrong with here pans.
Fri Jul 09 00:00:00 MDT 2010kgvamp Rating:5.0
A 10 inch skillet is the most used in a standard kitchen. Perfect for omelets and sauteing. Completely nonstick, well made and the rubber handle keeps it cool. Love it!
Wed Apr 25 00:00:00 MDT 2012pksly123 Rating:5.0
I'M VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE RACHAEL RAY 5QT SAUTE PAN AND IT'S NOW MY FAVORITE PIECE OF COOKWARE.
Tue Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2015HG Rating:5.0
I had this same pan for 2 1/2 years and, easily, used it about 3 times/week. I absolutely loved it! The black non-stick coating wore off. At first, I was completely dissapointed - especially as I read about several others who had the same complaint. I "researched" other brands and, ultimately, decided to purchase another of the same exact pan. 2 1/2 years at 3 uses/week is a whole lot of wear! Besides, I've also read that the non-stick coating has been "improved". I am happy with my decision and this continues to be my very favorite pan!
Tue Sep 30 00:00:00 MDT 2014emmala Rating:5.0
A big hearty stock pot . I bought it to match my Paula Deen cook ware set. Cleans like a dream too.
Sat Jan 24 00:00:00 MST 2015hoosiergal824 Rating:5.0
Bought it cause i liked the color...but really love the quality inside out. Nice large handles, lid fits great, heats up fast and holds the heat. Cleans up great in the dishwasher. Havent burned food in it ..yet!
Tue May 22 00:00:00 MDT 2012rez2 Rating:4.0
This lightweight non stick induction cookware heats quickly and is ideal for omelets and other quick sauteing at medium heats
Tue Jul 02 00:00:00 MDT 2013wildman333 Rating:4.0
Pans were an addition to a partial set. They have been used several times and have not had any sticking.
Wed May 07 00:00:00 MDT 2014boogersmom2513 Rating:5.0
This product was the perfect size for my specialty cooking. I love it!!!!
Sun Jun 17 00:00:00 MDT 2012benitab1 Rating:3.0
The pot itself is a good size, just big enough to boil up a moderate amount of pasta or braise a bunch of greens. Don't expect to saute or sear anything in it though. The bottom is extremely thin and will warp and permanently discolor before the pan is hot enough to get a good sear. The lid also has a small vent which can let out precious water if you're making something like soup. Overall, if you're looking for a pot to boil water in, this works. If you want a lasting piece of equipment that you can saute and cook in, keep looking. This one is far too cheap for that.
Mon Feb 10 00:00:00 MST 2014carolk33 Rating:5.0
It cleans up like a breeze. I've made chicken cutlets, penne alla vodka, saute chicken, fried fish. Nothing sticks to it! It works great. I also love that it is light and easy to handle. Thank you!
Sat Jul 07 00:00:00 MDT 2012warrant4 Rating:5.0
like the color and the quality but wish there had been an option to get lids
Wed Nov 12 00:00:00 MST 2014Discerning Consumer Rating:4.0
I love the look and the quality of this saute pan. It cooks very well--nonstick, browns nicely, just the right amount of heft for me. Stay cool handles on pan and lid. However, it has little spouts on each side to drain off liquid. I don't need this feature, but that shouldn't be a deal breaker, right? I have another Anolon saucepan with spouts, but the lid is designed so you can close the spouts off and get a tight fit to minimize evaporation. Not so with the saute pan--the lid has no special feature and so there is no tight fit. For me, this is a problem. I also don't like that the handles are riveted to the pan. It means that there is a nonstick surface for easy cleaning, but the rivets don't clean up as well. I'll have to use steel wool to get the crud off, but I am afraid that if I am not 100% careful 100% of the time with the steel wool, I'll damage the nonstick finish. I really just wanted the regular 10" saute pan that comes in the full set, but I didn't need everything in the set and they don't sell that 10" saute pan in open stock.
Wed May 15 00:00:00 MDT 2013grand27 Rating:5.0
I love Paula Deen cook ware. I have the whole set. Plus I love the color
Tue Jul 31 00:00:00 MDT 2012morguex Rating:1.0
The Overstock web page said, "includes 8" skllet, 10" skillet and two lids." The skillets arrived with no lids. When I pointed this out to OS, the response was a weak apology for the "typo." When OS sent me a return shipping label it did not include pickup by UPS. It said I could have UPS pick the package up, but I'd have to pay for the pickup. I loaded the package into the car and drove it to a UPS store, but people in the boonies would not have been able to do that.
Fri Nov 15 00:00:00 MST 2013morkmindy Rating:5.0
Only thing I wish is that it matched other pots and pans of this type. My mom always used enamel on steel pots and pans and you used to be able to buy whole sets, including frying pans in the 70s and 80s. These are the only commonly available pots and pans that are totally non reactive. Even stainless steel reacts with acids. Don't believe me? Look it up on pubmed. Anyway, this is a healthy soup pot and I made a nice bone broth in it most recently. I also use it for all sorts of things like Coq au Vin, or any stew that requires you to brown the meat first. It's wide at the bottom, so you can spread out a large cut of beef, or cut up chicken on the bottom. You still may want to use an additional frying pan if you need to use more than one cut of meat, or work in batches. If I feel lazy, I just brown the outside of the meat in the oven but it's not exactly the same flavor. It is unwieldy to clean, that's for sure. Make sure you don't put he bottom down in an oily spot or you'll be turning it over and over trying to clean off the grease from the outside as well as the inside. But that's true for any stockpot. At least this one's lighter than a stainless one. My previous one was stainless but food tastes better in this one.
Wed Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2012janicem13 Rating:5.0
I gave my husband the Rachel Ray set last year for Christmas (he is a big fan of hers and a great cook himself). He admired this oval saute pot when he would see it on her show and said he would love to have it, so why not, I gave it to him for Christmas this year and he loves it!
Tue Jan 21 00:00:00 MST 2014rachelca Rating:5.0
I hate to write reviews, so the fact that I am taking the time to write this really says something. Cooking is my passion, and I have a LOT of nice cookware. That being said, this skillet is one of the most amazing pans I have ever used. It is hefty, deep, and VERY wide. I can saute several large boneless chicken breast in this at once, and it is deep enough to hold sauce if you are simmering, and big enough to prepare a large stir-fry. It is also great that it comes with a lid. The quality is better than the Calphalon that I own. I cannot say enough good things about this skilet!!
Tue Dec 18 00:00:00 MST 2012man48 Rating:5.0
was kinda worryed when package came box was torn up back but skillet wasnt damaged
Sat Jan 10 00:00:00 MST 2015gjhollan Rating:5.0
Love my Paula Deen stockpot. Great size for chili.
Mon May 21 00:00:00 MDT 2012sherryka918 Rating:5.0
These pans are wonderful. The smaller of the two is perfect for a single omlet. I love them and will be buying more of the Paula Dean line of pans.
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