Senin, 18 Februari 2013

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All-Clad Stainless Cassoulet with Lid (Kitchen)

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Everyone who cooks knows All-Clad is the best cookware you can buy. It may be expensive but it lasts forever. And it cooks everything perfectly because it has the weight and substance to evenly cook your favorite dishes. This little cassoulet pot I bought is perfect for preparing side dishes or a main meal for two. I love it!

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9 komentar:

  1. I have several All Clad but this is one of my favorite. I find myself using it almost every day. Great size and of course great All Clad quality.

    BalasHapus
  2. Noelle Carrillo18 Februari 2013 03.14

    After discovering nasty cuts in my non-stick Calphalon everyday pan, I knew it was time to find a matching pan in All-Clad stainless steel. I have slowly been replacing all my non-stick pots and pans for All-Clad. This is a 3-quart pan that could be used for stir fry, saute and steaming vegetables and it does the job perfectly. I only wish it came in a 4-quart size for larger tasks.

    BalasHapus
  3. A perfect addition to my All-Clad pots and pans collection. Perfect for braising, sauteeing, even making soup, or just about anything. Can make a dish for 4 people. Love the shape of this one, so cute.

    BalasHapus
  4. I have this pan and use it often and do like it. As far as I can remember it is different than the 3 qt saucier. I recall the saucier having a smaller bottom surface area with more rounded sides. I remember being unimpressed with the saucier for that reason.

    I use this for blanching vegetables all the time...it's good for asparagus. Also smaller batches of pasta sauce and smaller type casseroles, mashed potatoes, etc. Overall it's a very nicely sized pan. This pan comes much closer to a true everyday pan then anything else all clad makes. The 10" & 13" "everyday pans" or braisers don't have high enough sides to be very useful IMO.

    My dream pan would be very similar to this but larger. Maybe a 4.5 qt version. That would be big enough to make a sauce and add the pasta at the end, also big enough to brown, say 6 pieces of chicken and then braise them in the same pan. Too bad they don't make it. None of their other pans get it right either...if the sides are high enough they tend to sacrifice precious bottom surface area for an overly rounded design.

    BalasHapus
  5. The Cassoulet is a classic French stew which, according to the Larousse Gastronomique is 'A dish, originally from languedoc which consists of haricot beans cooked in a stew pot with prok rinds and seasonings. A garnish of meats, which varies from region to region, and a gratin topping are added in the final stages'

    This is a somewhat pricy piece of cookery for something designed to do a particular, somewhat complicated dish. I originally bought it with a gift certificate to a good cookware store because I wanted to be sure I had something both durable and distinctive. I have since found that the size and shape of the pot, aside from the superior All-Clad construction is excellent for both braises and thick gratins, two of my favorite types of dishes. It also happens to be just the right shape for whisking sauces and making baked pasta dishes and casseroles (note the similarity in name) such as macaroni and cheese. It is especially good for dishes where you want it covered for most of the cooking, with an uncovered browning step at the end.

    Excellent pot, especially if you simply cannot live without every possible piece of French cookery!

    BalasHapus
  6. Great pan - i use it on the stove and than it goes right to the oven. This is extremly convenient. It's also looks pretty stylish for serving. So it's kinde of multipurposed. The only minus it has - the size. I wish it was just a little bit bigger.

    BalasHapus
  7. I have owned this pan for several months and find that I use it all the time. It has become my go to pan. I cook for two and this pan is the perfect size for us. I often start alot of my dishes on top of the stove and finish them in the oven, this pan works like a charm. And the cleanup is a breeze.

    BalasHapus
  8. Matthew Ellison18 Februari 2013 11.18

    This is a great pot, which I'm using almost every day. It's versatile and beautiful. I love it!

    BalasHapus
  9. This is essentially the All-Clad stainless steel 3 quart saucier fitted with 2 short handles. The "dutch oven" sold by All-Clad is a similar configuration of the 5 1/2 quart saucier.

    This is a versatile stovetop pan--wide enough for frying, deep enough for liquids, good-looking enough to carry to the table. It can also slide into the oven when needed.

    It may not be big enough to do a traditional 19th century cassoulet, with large hunks of meat and a gallon or so of beans, as one poster complained, but it functions quite well as an "everyday pan" for up to 4 persons. The dimensions of 9 1/2 inches by 3 inches (plus handles) fit the 3 quart capacity into a compact shape, with a rounded bottom for easy stirring.

    If you are looking for a versatile "do-it-all" pan, this is a good choice.

    BalasHapus