All-Clad 00830 Stainless-Steel Lasagna Pan with 2 Oven Mitts and a Cookbook / Cookware, Silver

The All-Clad stainless steel lasagna pan heats quickly and evenly as a result of All-Clad’s proprietary metals and design. The cooking surface of the lasagna pan is 18/10 stainless steel and will not react with acids, particularly important when making lasagna with tomato sauce. The set also includes two All Clad oven mitts and the cookbook Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking by Marcella Hazan. Two Oven Mitts and Essential of Classic Italian Cooking Cookbook by Marcella Hazan.

Product Features

  • Lasagna pan includes 2 oven mitts and the cookbook Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking
  • 18/10 stainless-steel interior and a polished stainless-steel exterior
  • Riveted, stainless-steel side handles for safe transport
  • Dishwasher-safe; oven-safe up to 500 degrees F
  • Measures approximately 15 by 12 by 2-1/2 inches; limited lifetime warranty

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2 thoughts on “All-Clad 00830 Stainless-Steel Lasagna Pan with 2 Oven Mitts and a Cookbook / Cookware, Silver

  1. ENORMOUS Lasagne Pan! This is a great piece — not only does it function beautifully (even heating, extremely durable & heavy-duty, super-fast clean up), but it looks simply gorgeous as well. It’s one of the few pans that actually looks beautiful (maybe even downright ‘sexy’) on the table. Holds a LOT of food — had to double my usual lasagne recipe to fill the pan, but that’s a fantastic feature when you’re cooking for a crowd. The only possible downside is that when the pan is truly filled-to-the-brim with your…

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  2. All Clad Lasagne Pan Update 1/5/2013 – This pan is still going strong. Roasted chickens, another Turducken, lasagne, casseroles, and baked bacon at 415 degrees with no warping or buckling. It also still looks shiny brand new, clean up is a breeze. I saw where it is on sale at 69.99 dollars today which is a steal. I’m tempted to buy another one but I think that this one will be around after I am gone! Get one – you will not be sorry.Update on this pan! I used it to roast a Turducken at 375 degrees…

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