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The Best Sauté Pans Tried And Tested

The Best Sauté Pans Tried And Tested

We know it can be hard to find the right sauté pan. We're here to help you make the right choice.

At Fissman, we believe that quality sauté pans should have a beautiful finish. They’re functional pieces that fit perfectly in any kitchen. Sauté pans are not only cooking utensils, they are also decor items you can proudly show to your guests. They don’t only serve the purpose of cooking food but also add a dash of color to your kitchen decor.

Unlike other cooking utensils, you can use them every day and enjoy their convenience and ease of cleaning. They also come in fantastic colors and designs. What’s more important, quality saute pans are not just beautiful but also durable and reliable kitchenware.

Saute Pans

A good saute pan is one made of aluminium, which has a thermal conductivity 4 times greater than stainless steel. This means that heat transfers faster and more efficiently, enhancing quickly and even heating. Anodized aluminium has a denser structure and a harder surface than regular aluminium.

The Fissman Saute Pan is made from this kind of high-quality aluminium. The base is thick and curved, adding extra stability to the pan when it's being used on the hob. The handle is also sturdy, providing an easy grip while cooking with no risk of burning your hands.

The FISSMAN Classic non-stick Sauté Pans are cooking utensils that are just as strong as they look. They have bent handles to ensure the heat does not touch your hand when cooking. The pans feature an aluminum core with a specialized multi-layer non-stick coating for great cooking. These nonstick sauté pans can be used on any cooktop including induction to sear, fry, and braise food.

There are many reasons why you should choose FISSMAN quality saute pans. One of them is that they feature not only traditional flat-bottom and relatively thick sides, but also Bakelite handles to ensure comfort grasping. Equally important is the smooth surfaces, which not only make the pans comfortable to use but also gives them resistance against corrosion and abrasion. This is just one more reason that these saute pans are an excellent choice for kitchen use.

The FISSMAN saute pans come in various sizes and relatively thick sides for strength and durability. In the creation of these pans, we truly wanted to make unique pans that met not only all your cooking needs but could be an object of art as well. We wanted you to have an excellent option that will cover all of your needs, from French, Spanish and Italian classics dishes. Our frying pans are created with one thing in mind, to help you serve dishes that are hot and delicious when it reaches the table.

When we decided to create the perfect saute pans, we knew that functional cooking had to be our main focus. This led to the development of products that our customers would enjoy cooking with as much as they enjoyed eating a delicious meal. We’ve spent countless hours researching, designing, and testing to create the ultimate saute pan. We think you’ll love the effortless cooking and effortless cleanup.


What is the difference between a frying pan and sauté pan?

The simplest way to understand the difference between these types of pans is to look at the sides of the pan. If the sides are slanted, the pan is a skillet, which is also sometimes called a frying pan or fry pan. If the slides are straight, it's a sauté pan.

Sauté pans are very versatile, as their shape allows them to hold liquids. This means they can be used for making sauces in addition to braising, poaching, shallow-frying, searing, and pan-frying (if the ingredients don't often need to be flipped). They're great because they're shallow enough that your food won't burn on the bottom while still giving you plenty of room for tossing around ingredients when needed.
Saucepans are made for cooking liquids like soups and stews; the tall sides allow you to stir your food without spilling it over the side of the pan. Sauté pans are better suited for cooking thin things like eggs or vegetables because their shorter sides allow you to toss them easily without splashing up onto your stovetop.

Saucepans generally have handles on each side; sauté pans usually only have one handle on one side so you can hold them comfortably over high heat while stirring or flipping food in the pan (which is called "tossing"). They also typically have lids, which makes it easier to store leftovers after cooking.

FISSMAN saute pan is the perfect pan for any cook. We put real thought into these products to make them as good as they could be. Our designs are all original, so you'll look the part while cooking your meals. Our saute pans are guaranteed to make you feel like a professional chef. But the real question is, will you turn people on with your cooking? Make a purchase today and let FISSMAN take you from beginner to professional.

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