|Brand||ZWILLING J.A. HENCKELS|
|Manufacturer||ZWILLING J.A. Henckels|
|Model Name||Spirit Ceramic Nonstick|
|Special Features||Gas Stovetop Compatible|
|Mounting Hardware||Ceramic Nonstick Saucepan|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Manufacturer||ZWILLING J.A. Henckels|
|Item model number||64085-140|
|Product Dimensions||30.99 x 15.24 x 11.43 cm; 907.18 Grams|
ZWILLING J.A. Henckels Spirit Ceramic Nonstick Saucepan, 1-qt, Stainless Steel
|Price:||+ S$18.90 Delivery|
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- 3-ply construction from rim to rim – 3mm, Thick aluminum core conducts heat quickly and evenly
- PTFE and PFOA free nonstick ceramic coating is environmentally friendly—no harmful fumes are released into the environment when heated
- Large, stay-cool loop handles designed for easy maneuvering and control while wearing oven mitts
- Flared rim for clean and dripless pouring
- Tempered glass lid for easy monitoring of cooking
- Oven safe up to 500°F / coating and glass lids 400°F
- Dishwasher safe
- Compatible with gas, induction, ceran, halogen, and electric cooktops
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ZWILLING Spirit 3-Ply gets you in the mood to cook. Thanks to a thick, aluminum core, these versatile pans are fast-heating and boast an even cooking surface. The exclusive, stay cool handles are designed for easy maneuvering with oven mitts and the dripless pouring rims help prevent kitchen spills. The tight-fitting tempered glass lids allow you to effortlessly monitor your cooking. The ZWILLING Spirit ceramic nonstick coating is a healthy alternative to traditional PTFE coatings. Less oil is required and no toxic fumes are released into the air when the pan is heated at high temperatures.
Heats Quickly and Evenly
Spirit is the high-performance cookware that gets you in the mood to cook. Thanks to a thick, aluminum core, these versatile pans are fast-heating and boast an even cooking surface. The 3-ply construction goes from rim to rim so the entire base of the pan heats consistently. Cookware is safe on induction, gas, and electric stovetops, and oven-safe to 400°F.
Stainless steel on the outside, nonstick on the inside means even heating and easy release. The PTFE and PFOA-free nonstick ceramic requires less oil than other nonstick and no harmful fumes are released into the environment when the pan is heated at high temperatures.
Large Stay-Cool Handles
Developed for uncomplicated cooking, the ZWILLING Spirit exclusive stay-cool handles are made for safe and easy maneuvering. The unique large loop openings are designed to accommodate oven mitts and the flared dripless pouring rims prevent kitchen spills.
Easy to Care For - Dishwasher Safe
Quick and easy clean-up is as important to us as it is to you. That’s why Spirit cookware is dishwasher safe. Simply use a spatula to wipe out excess food residue and pop in the dishwasher. The flared rims mean less spills down the sides of the pan, so the outside stays cleaner, longer.
|8" Fry Pan||3QT Sauté Pan||3QT Saucepan||4QT Braiser||6QT Dutch Oven||8QT Stock Pot|
|Uses||The ideal size for cooking for one. Fry eggs or sear small batches of meat. Perfect for everyday use and easy clean up.||Sear meat, poultry, or fish and saute vegetables in this wide-based pan. Reduce sauce with less mess, thanks to taller sides.||Truly a do-everything pan in the kitchen, use for boiling and steaming vegetables, grains, and pastas. Heat soups, stews, and sauces.||Sear tough cuts of meat over high heat then braise them in liquid on the stovetop. Ideal for one-pot dinners.||Cook larger dishes low and slow in the oven in this wide, deep pot.||Designed for soups, stocks, and stews for larger crowds. Tall narrow sides inhibit evaporation of liquid.|
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This company makes really good products. I love the ceramic coating. Just a warning about the size, it is "exactly" 4 quarts, meaning that is filled to the rim. In practicality, a person cannot fill the pan to the rim so the pan actually has a little less than 4 quarts of usable volume. Even with that going against it, it is still an awesome pan so I gave it 5 stars. If I need to buy more cookware, I am purchasing cookware with this coating from this company. It appears to last a really long time without even so much as a scratch. It cleans up as if I just bought it from the store. I also have a skillet for cooking eggs and it works beautifully just like the pan. I found out that if I cook my eggs in pure coconut oil, then the eggs don't stick at all to the bottom, and they taste even better.
[October 30, 2017 update]
I use this mostly for cooking brown rice, which works great. I have found a combination that makes the most fluffy brown rice with this pan. This uses an electric oven, so you might need to make adjustments with a gas range.
1. 8 oz of organic long grain brown rice
2. 16 oz of water
1. Put water in pan, season, and put on burner on high
2. While water is heating up to a boil:
- - a. Wash rice and drain
- - b. Wash rice and drain a second time
3. When water is boiling: put rice in, cover, and bring to a boil again - less than 1 minute
4. [5 min; boil] Boil rice for 5 minutes - turn stove off and keep on the burner with cover on
- - a. Boil rice for about 1 minute on high
- - b. Then turn heat down just a little (#8 of 10 on my burner) to boil for remaining 4 minutes
- - c. After rice has boiled for 5 min then turn stove off but keep on burner w/ cover on
5. [30 min; burner off] Let stand on burner w/ off & covered for 30 min - don't remove from burner even though it is off
6. [15 min; burner on low] Turn stove on low (lowest setting) for 15 min - applying smallest amount of heat
7. [30 min; burner off] Turn stove off again for 30 min - this allows the rice to absorb the rest of the water, fluff up, and finish cooking
8. Stir and enjoy fluffy brown rice - who knew
Note: Once lid is on, don't remove lid until the end when you stir it in step 8. Removing the lid will let the heat escape and change the balance of heat over time. It is important to keep the heat in the pan. I originally used a thermometer to gauge the heat levels to get the times right. The temperature should never fall below 150 degrees with this method thereby slow cooking the rice.
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Understand that you are using man engineered stoneware of sorts with all its benefits and faults. They are extremely well engineered and work exceptionally well on induction.
For high heat cooking, these pans can safely get hotter than any other non-stick. I did a side by side on an induction cooktop bridge burner using a laser thermometer. The lightweight cast iron and Spirit heated in approximately the same time (iron a bit faster) to 800 some odd degrees before I called the dogs off... At first I thought the ceramic interior was marred or darkened but time has not yielded an issue. Pizzas at 550% plus convection oven don't damage the pan and slide off as if on a stone. Tip: let your dough rise in a slightly oiled fry pan, smooth the bottom before applying sauce and cheese, heat on stovetop a minute to get pan hot and place in high heat oven. (For those lucky enough to have induction, the dough can rise faster on the hold setting; these pans are also very much like Le Creuset in that they can function as a crock pot overnight.
First tries on non stick yielded poor results for this high heat impatient chef. Eggs require low slow cooking to get that TV slide off ... and it does work! Burnt late night mac 'n cheese sauces clean easily the next morning.
Quality of construction is on par with top brands. The see through glass lid is well made and a nice touch. The shape is slightly taller than some 4qts making it better for a single pasta boil but yielding less browning surface at he bottom of the pan. Interestingly, the glass lid fits perfectly on the 8" fry.. my guess is that the 5qt saute will work with the 12" fry and so on ... a good design feature.
Spirit sears and builds a fond at least 90% as well as traditional stainless and maybe on par. There is no steaming of food. Steaks brown up nicely and gravies are easily made with bits of protein residue in the pan.
They retain heat very very well.. maybe better than cast iron... for both the good and bad of it. Think flatbreads and pan pizza, hot cakes, and even serving dogs at table with a lid so that seconds and thirds are still hot. Truly a baking stone so beware: food will keep cooking if not removed from a very hot Spirit.
They are indestructible. My sharpest knives and metal utensils never leave a scratch. Clean up is a dream. Wrecks and burns happen but water over time will clean anything off a rock. I use a heavy duty Chore Boy cloth (Publix) for these and cast iron woks with excellent results.
Quite heavy. The 4 qt comes in at about 3lbs, 6oz. about one pound heavier than an All Clad 3qt and a pound less than a 4qt Viking WITH the helper handle. Small folks and seniors may have trouble... this pan needs a helper handle! The stay cool Y handles do the job.. my 8" lacks the Y design and gets very hot... the pics on Amazon suggest they have been changed to the Y design but beware. Assuredly, the are much lighter than Le Creuset.
Spirit takes a bit of time to heat, consistent with a baking stone. My induction cooktop brings it to temp quickly but regular tops will take more time. It heats and cools like Le Creuset (or other cast iron) but has better non-stick properties.
There are hints of hot spots in the pans; I perceive that there are more than in other pans but am not certain; this has in no way been a deal killer.
These spirit pieces are increasingly my goto cookware while many more expensive brands sit idle. If I had to buy one set only for a small kitchen or couple just getting started, this would be it, hands down. Also check out the lightweight chinese cast iron from Joyce Chen for seared smoky stir fry... even less expensive pans, albeit with their own set of drawbacks, that also leaves the big boys in the drawers.