Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless 1-1/2-Quart Saucepan with Cover

 
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Product Description

Cuisinart MultiClad Pro Stainless cookware features professional triple-ply stainless construction. A core of pure aluminum in bonded to an 18/10 stainless steel interior and a brushed stainless exterior for unsurpassed cooking performance. The exclusive Heat Surround Technology distributes heat across the bottom and extends up the sides for even cooking and maximum heat conductivity. Equipped with stay-cool handles and tapered rims for drip-free pouring. 1.5 Qt Saucepan. Cuisinart offers a variety of convenient sizes to suit the vaious needs of home chefs. Whether cooking oatmeal for breakfast, warming up leftovers for lunch, or simmering homemade sauce, the saucepan does it right. "Heat Surround??? Technology allows for even heat distribution along the bottom and sidewalls of the cookware Drip-Free Pouring Rim Tightfitting cover seals in moisture and nutrients for healthier, more flavorful results, every time you cook"

Features:
  • Triple-ply stainless construction
  • Cast Stainless steel Cool Grip handles
  • Dishwasher/Freezer/Broiler Safe; Oven Safe to 550 F
  • Stainless Steel Lid
  • Drip-free rims

Customer Reviews:

  • awsome
    great pan seems like it will last me my life shoulda gone with the set...more info
  • Nice cookware
    I am very happy with the Multiclad Pro cookware so far. Nice weight but not too heavy, heats quickly, cleans easily but, as mentioned in other reviews, it does discolor on the bottoms- interior turns blueish, exterior turns brownish from the application of heat(this is not an issue for me as I was looking for cooking ability not asthetics.)I am an advid, experienced cook making most foods from scratch and I would highly recommend this product....more info
  • Great Pan
    This has turned out to be a great purchase. I am considering ordering another one....more info
  • Very nice sauce pan
    This sauce pan can take a beating and is a great, multi-purpose pan. It is not non-stick, which makes it versatile and can withstand higher temperatures and even the oven. It's surprisingly easy to clean, dishwasher safe, and can handle a brillo pad if needed. I've been very pleased with this pan and will replace my older pots and pans with the Cuisinart MultiClad Pro line as needed. I do have a few All Clad pans and feel this one gives you more for the money, and doesn't need to be babied....more info
  • As good as All Clad & Calphalon for a lot less $$$
    I have owned All Clad and Calphalon multiply stainless pots and pans for years and have been very pleased overall. However, they both need cleaning attention to keep the beautiful appearance and the All Clad is just too expensive, especially for the larger pieces. I waited for this Cuisinart 1.5 quart multiply saucepan to go on sale at Amazon last month ($19.95) and bought it. I have used the pan a half dozen times and it looks and performs as good as the All Clad and Calphalon. This pan is a bit heavy for 1.5 quart and I would prefer that the lid be glass. However, the glass lid from Cuisinart's Classic 1.5 quart saucepan fits this pan perfectly. The pan heats evenly and, when up to temperature, retains heat for quite awhile even when I turn the burner down to low. This pan requires the same cleaning attention as the other two brands. Bottom line -- buy Cuisinart Multiply Pro, over All Clad and Calphalon, if you are looking for high quality stainless multiply. Then go buy some good food with the savings. ...more info
  • Very happy with Amozon's service and price
    I am very with Amazon's service and price. I will buy many times agaun again to this good deals.

    I am very satisfied with Cuisinart Mmulticlad Saucepan and will buy more when money comes handy. Thanks ...more info
  • Good quality pan
    This pan is larger than what I wanted, but that's my fault for not realizing how big a 1.5qt pan would be. It's made of thick metal, good quality, nicely fitting lid - can stand high heat....more info
  • Nice pot. Well Made. Good Handle.
    Nice pot. Well made. I can't tell the difference between the construction of this pot and the similar All-Clad. The handles are virtually identical too. The handle is well sized for this pot as it is a small pot. (The Cuisinart (as well as the All-Clad) handles are not large enough on the larger heavier pots.) Nice for heating or cooking small quantities of anything. I haven't cooked with All-Clad so I can't compare that. The cover fits nicely and is sturdy....more info
  • High-Quality All-Purpose Pot
    I am a huge fan of MultiClad Pro - the pieces have a nice heft (even the lid), and I find them easy to clean. This pot has stayed super shiny, after many washings in the dishwasher and by hand. I love that the handle stays cool on my gas stove - I feel like I need to replace all of my hollow-handled pots with this type. Wish I could get more at such a great price!...more info
  • Solid little pot!
    I hate non-stick pans and pots and this is a GREAT little pot! good for sauces, ramen, water boiling..u name it!...more info
  • Quisinart MCP Pans
    I bought a 12-piece set of these pans, and was very pleased with them when they arrived. Good quality, nice weight and feel, clean up well with one of the recommended cleaners. I needed another, larger sauce pan, and also bought a covered casserole. I replaced a set of anodised non-stick pans, which had aged to the point where they were no longer non-stick; will be interesting to see how these stainless steel pans are performing in 6 years time. Would like to get a couple more items, but have run out of space in the kitchen :(...more info
  • At the price point, you can't beat this...
    After I ordered 2 of the 1.5 qt. and one 2 qt. Cuisinart MultiClad Pro saucepans this past Saturday, I experienced a shock... Many of the reviews I had read in the intervening days claimed that the new multiclad pans were not induction capable. Given that I like to buy cookware once (and not replace unless absolutely necessary), I was rather upset to hear this. However, when the pans arrived last night, they were powerfully magnetic, and the legend "induction ready" is embossed into the base of the pan. As I currently have no induction hobs (something I intend to rectify), this is a non-issue for ME, but may help others with their decisions. THIS PRODUCT IS INDUCTION COMPATIBLE!

    I decided to test my new multiply pans by doing a messy, albiet fast mornay sauce based on bechamel. One of my small, old, spotty electric burners is actually over the exhaust vent of the oven, which I had going for potatoes... My milk pan was already on the burner before I did a modest preheat, and I made the mistake of brushing my arm against the pan. It conducts heat so well that even the exhaust vent of the oven had it to skin-searing temperatures. Unfortunately, I didn't pay attention to that fact, and did manage to scorch the milk for my bechamel a little, giving me a small problem in cleanup. However, these are amazing pans, very responsive to temperature changes, and with no discernable hot-spots. I'm VERY PLEASED with this purchase, and will continue to slowly buy pieces as I'm able....more info
  • POOR LID DESIGN
    We purchased the 4 quart & 2 quart saucepans. The pans are really nice with the multi clad design, they are very weighty on the bottom and sides which is a real plus for even heat distribution while cooking. The handles seem extra longer than they need to be or maybe is is just the illusion of the curve but does not really hinder cooking or pouring or draining the pan, you will get used to it very quickly. The reason for the 3 stars is the LID, it is lightweight, almost what you'd expect with a lightweight aluminum lid, though this is stainless steel it does not perform well since it is so light weight, it just bubbles up and down while cooking, it does not sit well to keep the heat in the pan. Both the 4 & 2 quart pans have this intentional design flaw. Maybe the compromise on the lid production how they are selling them individually at a low price, I think the prices are reasonable. Also see my review on the 1.5 quart J.A. Henckels pan we purchased after these two Cuisinarts. I really did not want to give these a less than 5 stars but the lids are sooooo poor; admittedly we can not afford All Clad. I started putting a can of soup on top of the lid to weight it down while cooking and this really helps but should one have to do that? I did not send them back because again I can not afford the AC items and they are the best pans I've ever had except for the lids; by the way all my other pans were s set Analon which had glass lids which were adequately weighty.
    I will recommend these great quality pans as long as the purchaser knows the lids are too light weight....more info
  • 5 stars for the pan 0 stars for the packaging
    First of all I want to say that this is the first 0 stars review I have ever given Amazon. The box arrived yesterday with the entire side split open and the cardboard was wrinkled badly, the air packaging was exposed and bunched to one side. My fears were realized when I opened the entire box. My beautiful pan, although in a Cuisinart box, was also creased. I opened the box to find the pan dented, small, but obviously dented. The pan is sturdy/heavy and of great quality. I have owned the entire line of Cuisinart for over 30 years, (My cookware has the wooden handles) I'm thinking it was one of the first cookware lines in Cuisinart? It has held up wonderfully, but I wanted another 3 Qt. pan, and I still want to buy a Saute Pan in the MultiClad Pro line. I haven't used this pan but I will update when I do....more info
  • Love this saucepan!
    I wish I would have bought the entire set. LOVE this pan. Cleans easily, cooks better than any other (Farberware) set I own. I am usually unimpressed w/ Cuisinart products, so this was a lovely surprise....more info
  • Top of the List
    Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless Steel cookware is absolutely the best cookware I have ever used. I heartily recommend it to everybody.Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless-Steel 12-Piece Cookware SetCuisinart Multiclad Pro Nonstick Stainless-Steel 10-Inch SkilletCuisinart Multiclad Pro Nonstick Stainless-Steel 10-Inch SkilletCuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless 6-Quart Saucepot with CoverCuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless 1-1/2-Quart Saucepan with CoverCuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless 5-1/2-Quart Saute with Helper and CoverCuisinart MCP-12 Multiclad Pro Stainless-Steel 12-piece Cookware Set With Kuhn Rikon Knife Bundle...more info
  • Pots
    The Cuisinart Pots I received are excellent and keep their luster and easy to clean....more info
  • a nice upgrade
    We recently upgraded all of our cookware from Revere Ware to the Cuisinart Multiclad set. We added this extra sauce pan, and 5Q saute pan to the set. Nice, even heating, and easy clean-up as well. Now we need to upgrade to a gas stove. On a par with my one All-Clad pan, at about a third of the cost....more info
  • I really like it!
    I purchased this pot and have been very impressed with its durability. I also had purchased a more expensive KitchenAid set, and even though I found that the handles are more comfortable on the KitchenAid set, the price and quality of these Cuisinart are too good to pass up. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase more of the Cuisinart Multiclad Pro line. ...more info
  • cuisinart multiclad 1.5 quart
    great looking pan and just what i had been looking for in a stainless steel. of course you can not walk off and leave them, but for someone who likes to cook they are GREAT...more info
  • Great value for the performance
    I purchased this smaller saucepan to "try" the product line. The lid stays put and does not allow moisture to spatter all over like my older cookware. The base is heavy and retains heat well. It's dishwasher safe--though I usually wash by hand so it's not in the washer when I need it again!...more info
  • Exactly what I wanted
    I bought this to replace a similar pan that was part of a full set. It works very well: even heating, easy to clean. In general, this saucepan has a very solid feel (ie it's fairly heavy). I'm not the worlds most accomplished cook, but this certainly exceeds my needs....more info
  • nice product
    I've recently (early 2009) purchased three pans in this product line. I compare them to "stainless aluminum clad" pans we've used for 2-3 years from Calphalon. They compare very well in cooking performance, and cleanup ease, and are far more affordable. I notice, though, that the interiors of the Cuisinart Multiclad Pro have been less resistant to scratching by steel utinsels than the Calphalon "Contemorary" and "Triply" pans. Otherwise, I'd rate them with 5 stars....more info
  • At the price point, you can't beat this...
    After I ordered 2 of the 1.5 qt. and one 2 qt. Cuisinart MultiClad Pro saucepans this past Saturday, I experienced a shock... Many of the reviews I had read in the intervening days claimed that the new multiclad pans were not induction capable. Given that I like to buy cookware once (and not replace unless absolutely necessary), I was rather upset to hear this. However, when the pans arrived last night, they were powerfully magnetic, and the legend "induction ready" is embossed into the base of the pan. As I currently have no induction hobs (something I intend to rectify), this is a non-issue for ME, but may help others with their decisions. THIS PRODUCT IS INDUCTION COMPATIBLE!

    I decided to test my new multiply pans by doing a messy, albiet fast mornay sauce based on bechamel. One of my small, old, spotty electric burners is actually over the exhaust vent of the oven, which I had going for potatoes... My milk pan was already on the burner before I did a modest preheat, and I made the mistake of brushing my arm against the pan. It conducts heat so well that even the exhaust vent of the oven had it to skin-searing temperatures. Unfortunately, I didn't pay attention to that fact, and did manage to scorch the milk for my bechamel a little, giving me a small problem in cleanup. However, these are amazing pans, very responsive to temperature changes, and with no discernable hot-spots. I'm VERY PLEASED with this purchase, and will continue to slowly buy pieces as I'm able....more info
  • high quality - makes cheap stuff look really cheap
    I have used several different lines of stainless cookware. This stands apart from the cheap and midrange stuff. It is truly a pleasure to cook low heat due to the conductivity and the quality/style of lid. In stores I used to always longingly look at the stainless cookware perched out for easy consumption. No longer. Most of it now just looks cheap and disappointing. I will probably release some of my lesser cookware and replace it with more pans from this line. ...more info
  • The better Cuisinart Product
    This is the Cuisinart stainless steel product to get. It is tri-ply stainless and compares favorably with other significantly more expensive products from All Clad and Caphalon. A bit heavy but feel more substantial than the "Chef's Classic" series from Cuisinart....more info
  • Like it
    This is a weighty pot. I haven't tried it yet but have no doubt that it will perform well. It looks and feels great. One caveat...be careful what you use to wash these pans. My cover has multiple superficial scratches because I used the rough side of a scrub sponge on it. My mistake though.
    Thanks....more info
  • worth the money
    This is my first triple/multiclad pot and I love it. Gorgeous surface, heats fast, good weight. Could not bring myself to buy All-Clad, and am happy with this alternative. ...more info
  • A Decent Saucepan
    The right size made of the material I wanted. Simple, but it does the trick. ...more info
  • Trial by fire
    I bought this because I wanted a second 2 quart pan to supplement the one that came with my 7 piece CIA multiclad cookware (which I love but which is expensive). After much research I bought this pan for the great price of $29.95 on Amazon. The day it arrived I used it to make rice and accidentally turned down the wrong burner and due to other distractions in the kitchen left it to cook for 20 minutes on High. I have no idea why it didn't boil over (and thus call attention to it). When I discovered it there was a full inch of solid charcoal in the bottom of my new pan! I soaked it overnight in hot water and dish detergent with not much hope. Next morning I went at it with a plastic scrubber and some Bar Tender's Friend and was able to bring it back to LIKE NEW. I could hardly believe it myself but it is true and it's now my favorite pan....more info
  • Follow Rules and it's Wonderful
    Don't walk away from the stove with this saucepan. Keep it at Medium heat or lower and everything heats beautifully and quickly and cleaning pan as directed works wonderfully. Keeps the shiny, new appearance. I walked away and went to my computer and burned the soup. Whoops. I was able to clean it well after a few separate soakings, however, and learned my lesson. I have no intention of ever putting it in the dishwasher as I want to keep the new appearance....more info
  • Excellent medium saucepan
    This is a fantastic saucepan, and the price can't be beat. I have some All-Clad, and I must say I like this a bit better. The price is excellent. The pouring lip is great. The handle, while not perfect (the width is nice, but it's thin, so the edges dig in if you grip tightly) is far more comfortable than the All-Clad handle. The brushed stainless base looks nice. The balance is nice. The bottom is flat. I don't know what else one could ask for in a saucepan. There is more Multiclad Pro in my future....more info

 

 
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