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Rachael Ray Black 8-quart Covered Pasta Etc. Pot
This covered Pasta Etc. pot from Rachael Ray features hard-anodized construction for even heating and a nonstick interior. This pot's unique oval shape allows you to cook long pasta without breaking it in half.
ITEM#: 12948356This covered Pasta Etc. pot from Rachael Ray features hard-anodized construction for even heating and a nonstick interior. This pot's unique oval shape allows you to cook long pasta without breaking it in half.
- Color: Orange
- Unique oval shape for increased capacity
- Hard-anodized construction for even heating
- Nonstick interior
- Silicone handles are oven safe to 400 degrees Fahrenheit
- Glass lid
- Materials: aluminum, glass, silicone
- Suitable for solid plate, ceramic, gas, radiant ring and halogen cooktops
- Dimensions: 18.5 inches long x 9 inches wide x 8.5 inches deep
- Capacity: 8 quarts
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I love my new pasta pot. I no longer have to break up my larger pasta to fit in the pot and I also use it for making corn on the cob. I have even put a couple of lobsters in the pot to boil.Read More
I purchased this pot as a gift for my daughter, and she was thrilled with it! She was happy that the pasta didn't stick to the bottom of the pot. Also, she was especially pleased because she didn't have to wait for long pasta to soften in order to be fully immersed.Read More
It cooked the pasta to perfection and was much easier that a smaller pot!Read More
I love this pot. It is the best thing to cook long pasta.Read More
I have several pans from that collection that I received as presents and always wanted this 1 so when I saw the price I was sooo happy I never saw it anywhere cheaper!! It was half price from the store's.Read More
Love Rachel Ray cookware and am so happy I can purchase through Overstock. Clean up is a breeze!Read More
ANOTHER WONDERFUL POT, I USE THIS IN THE OVEN AND IS PERFECT FOR ALL OF THOSE ODD BALL FOODS THAT DON'T FIT A REGULAR PAN. ITS SHAPE MAKES IT EASIER FOR ME TO STORE AS WELL. CLEAN UP IS A SNAP.Read More
I prefer a round pot for an electric stove. A lot of the pot is not on the burner requiring more time to get the pot heated . Would not buy again or recommend to a friend. Use a round pot and break the spaghetti or put it in upright pot. Don't waste money on this pot.Read More
This is one of my newest and most favorite cooking vessels in my kitchen. Love it!Read More
I love, love, love this pasta pot! It's size is perfect! If there was a con it would be that the handles tend to get very hot and potholders are needed to move the pot off of the burner.Read More
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Hello momllc7! This lovely pots is recommended for solid plate, ceramic, gas, radiant ring and halogen cook tops. Thanks for shopping with us!
How is the lid kept on while you are pouring out the liquid after cooking pasta.
Hello lynnb53, we appreciate your inquiry. The lid does not lock, so we recommend that you pour out the pasta into a colander to drain. We hope you have found this information helpful. Thank you for shopping with us. Have great day!
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