Simply Calphalon Nonstick 4-Quart Saucepan

Simply Calphalon Nonstick cookware brings durability and performance to your kitchen. The saucepan with straining lid has a long-lasting non stick cookware surface that consistently delivers delicious results followed by easy cleanup, while durable, hard-anodized aluminum construction promotes fast and even heating. Silicone handles feel comfortable and stay cool on the stovetop. The 4-qt. Calphalon Pour and Strain Sauce Pan is versatile and convenient, this saucepan has a built-in strainer in the cover and a pour spout, making it easy to drain water from pasta, vegetables or legumes without using a separate strainer.

Product Features

  • Nonstick interior for easy release and cleanup of saucepan.
  • Comfortable silicone handles stay cool on the stovetop.
  • Hard-anodized aluminum for durability.
  • Oven safe to 400ºF.
  • 10 Year Warranty
  • 2 Coat Propretary Nonstick Interior cooks with little to no oils or fats. Effortless food release. Nonreactive with foods and oven safe to 400 degrees F.
  • Hard-Anodized Exterior will not chip or crack. Heats fast and evenly.
  • Riveted Silicone and Stainless Steel handles. Low heat transfer contoured handles.
  • Tempered Glass Domed Covers complemets exterior brushed finish of cookware. Returns moisture to foods as they cook.
  • Perfect for dozens of everyday tasks from steaming rice to reheating soups and sauces. The nonstick interior is ideal for making caramel, fondue and other sticky sauces.

2 thoughts on “Simply Calphalon Nonstick 4-Quart Saucepan

  1. Barton W. Mabry

    Hand pan to have in any kitchen The pan is well constructed with good handles. The strainer-type lid is extremely useful. The only recommendation would be for the lid to fit tighter or be deeper. Wih the lid twisted to no strain position, there is still a substantial gap between the lid and pan at the pour spout area.

  2. D&K

    Thin handle, and Hand wash only (per directions) I don’t know why this is, but it seems the last several pots I’ve bought from any manufacturer have pencil-thin handles (slight exaggeration, but not much). I’m no weightlifter, but I’m strong enough to lift gallon of water with one hand, so I’d prefer a handle that’s wide enough to have a little stability when held this way.The biggest detractor for me, however, what that the directions say “Hand wash only”. Apparently, the rivets that fasten the handles to the pot aren’t meant to withstand prolonged exposure to water/steam. This isn’t stated in the description, and though you can throw it in the wash if you like, avoiding manufacturer recommendations, especially for a $55 pot, isn’t something I’m going to do.I would have assumed that for this price, the design would allow for this convenience. Unfortunately, it does not. It’s too bad, because it’s impossible to find a 3 or 4-qt pot with this type of lid (with strain-holes built-in).


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