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Al principio estuve encantado con este sartén, pero después de 2 o 3 semanas de uso el sartén se ha pandeado, al parecer por usarlo a temperatura alta. Respecto a la adherencia de los alimentos me ha dejado satisfecho.
I'm sure it's fine for some uses, but I wanted it to make sauces......the large print says that it's safe with metal utensils....but the small print inside says not to use mental whisks or mashers. I make my sauces with a whisk....so had to return it.
I love Cuisinart cookware, and was eager to get a new saucepan to try out on my induction cooktop. This Cuisinart 3 Qt pot fit the bill: Listed clearly at bottom, next to "special features" Induction Stovetop Compatible. Um, no. While it looks great for gas cooktops, not magnetic. Is this Amazon false advertising, or Cuisinart? How do you purchase things if you can't trust these descriptions?
While this is a fine omelette pan with good heat distribution and substantial heft, it loses points for two things.
First-and-worst, I was looking for a standard egg pan. The packaging says 7” and 7” is even “stamped” on the bottom. But this is not a seven-inch pan, it’s an eight-inch rim to rim. Bit too big for two eggs (the whites spread out too much, getting overcooked).
Secondarily, the center bottom interior of the pan is slightly higher than the edges. So a couple of teaspoons of oil form a ring.
Tip: While the non-stick coating does not need to be seasoned, the interior of the handle rivets do. If you just go ahead and care for this like a seasoned pan, you won’t have trouble with things sticking to the rivets.
Cuisinart has done the minimum required to put a barely good pan in the market. The construction is on the thin side all the way around. Heat distribution is what will keep me from buying this pan again. The lid is heavy (maybe that's good for something). The teflon finish gets marks right away, no scratches, just marks with teflon safe utensils. One can get the same quality for half the price, or a better quality pan for the same money.
I have 2 of these pans. They are perfect for soup, oatmeal, and a variety of uses. Everything was great until I noticed today that the black coloring on the outside started coming off. I've had one pan for several months and the other for only a few weeks. I am afraid to use them anymore or run them through the dishwasher because the black coloring on the metal on the outside now rubs off when I touch it or wipe it with a towel. Not sure what happened. I'll replace them with something of higher quality.
This is a good little pan, I have used it for the last couple of weeks. While the non stick was good in the beginning, it seems like it is starting to lose it's non stick capabilities. I will try cleaning it with vinegar and baking soda to see if that will help. If not I will update my review.
I already own the everyday pan, which I love and use a lot, so I was excited to get this as a replacement for my old saucepan which ended up burned beyond repair.
The saucepan part is a nice, sturdy, flat-bottomed pan, and I like it. The problem is the thin, flimsy handle. In order to balance tilting the pan, I had to grab it practically at the pan, which could result in burns. The handle is nicely bolted into the pan, but is thin and uncomfortable to grasp. I'm not sure if it conducts heat, but if it does, I will adjust my review accordingly.
A pot this size, when full of liquid, is quite heavy. The handle on this pot is too small to hold in one hand and drain with one hand on the lid. It should be wider to provide the needed surface to hold it sideways without slipping. Otherwise, I love it.