The Best Ceramic Nonstick Saucepan Is on Sale for 20% Off
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In my kitchen, the two pieces of cookware we use every day are our non-stick frying pan and our non-stick saucepan. Together, these cookware are a powerful team to tackle weekday breakfasts and weeknight dinners. They’re our go-tos for omelets, roasted vegetables, oatmeal, quick pasta sauces, and my wife’s favorite: instant noodle soups – fancier (and tougher) made with fresh vegetables on top. Investing in a reliable saucepan is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, at least in my kitchen.
Since not all saucepans are created equal, and the most expensive ones aren’t necessarily the highest quality, it’s a good idea to do a little research and find one that’s worth your money. Or you can save time and check out our best lists, where we’ve thoroughly tested and analyzed hundreds of home products to determine which are the best performers. For saucepans, our editors found Zwilling’s Clad CFX Ceramic Nonstick Saucepan to be the absolute best nonstick option, and right now it’s on sale for 20 percent off. Grab it for your kitchen before it sells out and learn why our editors love it so much below.
This saucepan from Zwilling (which also owns and sells Staub, one of our editors’ favorite cast iron cookware brands) is built to withstand years of daily use without wearing out. Its aluminum core heats quickly and evenly, and its non-stick coating is made of ceramic, which Zwilling says lasts significantly longer than their regular non-stick material. Our editors couldn’t get any food to stick to the pan when they tested it and found the interior to be extremely easy to clean, so if you’re on the fence about the ceramic cookware trend, this one fits the bill hype.
Other thoughtful details, such as the dual spouts carved into the lip and the lid’s built-in strainer holes – in two different sizes! — puts this saucepan well above the competition. Its 4-quart size is large enough to hold a few servings of pasta, so you can cook and drain your noodles without using (or cleaning) a separate strainer. Our editors also appreciated that the ergonomic handle stayed cool while the saucepan was on the stove, as well as the second helper handle on the opposite side. Having two handles makes it easier and safer to lift and move the saucepan, especially when it’s full. And, as you’d expect, both the pot and lid are oven-safe (up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit) and dishwasher-safe.
At its current price point around $100, it’s a worthwhile investment in a piece of kitchen equipment that you’ll (thankfully) use for years and years. Because all nonstick cookware eventually wears out and needs to be replaced, no matter how careful you are with it, the smart approach is to find tools that last longer than average and don’t cost a fortune. Zwilling has struck that balance nicely with their ceramic-infused line, so you know you’re getting your money’s worth.
Ready to upgrade your stovetop essentials? Add this hard-working, easy-to-clean saucepan to your kitchen lineup while it’s still on sale. You will be impressed by its improved non-stick coating – and by the dishes you create with it.