KitchenAid Copper Core Skillet : The KitchenAid Copper Core Skillet scrumptiously serves up orange pecan French toast, soft-shell crabs and port shiitake reduction sauce with time-saving efficiency. Engineered with a 5-ply bonded design of a thick copper core between aluminum and stainless-steel layers, the KitchenAid skillet offers quick, even heating extending up the pan sides. The innovative welded stainless-steel handle is hygienic and easy-clean and the magnetic stainless-steel base is versatile for years of everyday meals and special entertaining. The copper core skillet sears, braises and fries foods including asparagus and omelettes to pork chops and dessert crepes. Even beginner cooks will perfect challenging dishes in the KitchenAid cookware with its flared rim for smooth pouring and mess-free food transfer. Compatible on any cooktop and oven/broiler-safe to 500 F. Dishwasher-safe. Since the introduction of its legendary stand mixer in 1919 and its first dishwasher in 1949, KitchenAid continues to build on its legacy of creating a complete line of products designed for home cooks. KitchenAid now offers virtually every essential for the well-equipped kitchen. Product Features 5-ply copper core cookware engineered with the KitchenAid legendary quality and performance Thick copper core layered between aluminum and exterior stainless-steel layers for quick, consistent heating extending up pan sides Durable, brushed stainless-steel styling with magnetic stainless-steel base Welded, stainless-steel handle is hygienic and does not loosen Flared rim for smooth pouring and mess-free food transfer Safe for use with metal utensils Suited for gas, electric, ceramic, glass, halogen and induction cooktops Oven/broiler-safe to 500 F Dishwasher-safe, but hand washing recommended 1-year unlimited warranty
Customer reviews for KitchenAid Copper Core Skillet
Review 1 for KitchenAid Copper Core Skillet
Great replacement for non-stick skillet
PostedMay 9, 2014
My Cooking Level:Beginner
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Cooking Calamity
I tend to cook meals that are:Quick and easy
Cooking Idol/Inspiration:Alton Brown
I was looking to stop having to replace my non-stick skillets every time the coating started flaking, so I thought I would try this skillet. I have other KichenAid pans that work well. I was concerned about food sticking to the skillet, yet, I was willing to live with having to scrub the skillet after use. Well, was I surprised when I used the skillet for the first time. The user manual stated to let the skillet heat up on low temp first to reduce sticking. I fried bacon in the skillet with no sticking. After cooking I placing water in the pan over low heat with a little soap. The pan cleaned up easily with a plastic spatula and dish rag. Once dry a white discolor developed on the pan.The user manual instructed to put a little vinegar and water mix in the skillet over low heat to remove the discoloration. The film disappeared. The skillet looks brand new. I have used all three size skillets with terrific results. I recommend this series of skillets to everyone. Easy to use.
My Favorite BrandKitchenAid
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Review 2 for KitchenAid Copper Core Skillet
Replacement for non-stick pan
PostedJanuary 9, 2014
fromJackson, MI, USA
My Cooking Level:Advanced
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Leftover Lover
I tend to cook meals that are:Healthy
Used properly, this skillet is great for whatever you need to cook in it. I got sick of replacing non-stick pans all the time because the coating pealed even using nylon turners and washing with a sponge.
Hopefully this pan will last forever. It is big enough for almost anything you need it for, cooks evenly, and cleans up nicely. I am really enjoying it!