With this 30 cm Le Creuset sauteuse pan you can prepare the most delicious meat, potatoes, vegetables and fish. This 30 cm sauteuse has enough room for a lot of food. The straight edges give you the best results because they don’t only retain the heat, they are also perfect for quickly searing meat. The pan comes with a lid so you can allow your food to simmer without losing any of the fluids inside the pan.
This pan is well-produced and worked out down to the last detail. The handles are large enough to easily move the pan, it is not too heavy, feels solid and the finish is perfect.
Materials and construction
The pans from the 3-ply collection are comprised of a three layer system called 3-ply. Two outer layers of stainless steel with an aluminium core. This sandwich construction is used throughout the pan, from the bottom to the rims. As such you will have a fine heat conduction and heat zones are prevented. Because of this construction the pans quickly respond to changes in temperature that occur on the stove. Say goodbye to burnt dishes and hello to delicious and perfectly cooked food.
How to use
We advise you to remove the labels and stickers before you start using the pan. Wash it with hot water and some soap and dry it thoroughly. Washing this pan can be done by hand, but it is also dishwasher proof. However, keep in mind the fact that putting it in the dishwasher might affect the finish of the pan.
Always match the pan base size to the hob heat zone it is to be used on. Gas flames must always be confined to the base area and never extend up around the sides of the pan. If possible, use utensils made of wood, plastic or silicone. Metal utensils, forks or spoons can carefully be used, but should never scratch the surface. Also never cut food inside the pan or tap metal utensils against the sides of the pan. Light scratches can be visible during normal use, but will not affect the function of the pan.
The history of the Le Creuset pans
The basis for the success of the Le Creuset pans was forged in 1924 at the exhibition in Brussels. Armand Desaegher (cast iron expert) and Octave Aubecq (enamel expert) combined forces and decided to establish a company together. It turned out to be a golden combination and ever since 1925 they have been conquering the world with their Le Creuset enamelled pans.
Throughout the years Le Creuset has continued to modernise. Every single time the designers went back to the drawing board where they came up with new designs, models and colours. Le Creuset pans are simply very good. The name Le Creuset is synonymous with excellence and innovation. Whether you are looking for a casserole, grill pan, frying pan, or sauce pan: you can’t go wrong with Le Creuset.