Calphalon Stainless Steel & Nonstick Cookware Sets

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Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 12-Inch Skillet
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Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 10-Inch x 18-Inch Grill and Griddle
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Calphalon Cookware

Unleash your inner chef with our extensive collection of cooking pots and pans. Whether you’re an expert or novice in the kitchen, Calphalon has the perfect cookware set or individual pot or pan to compliment your skill level, cooking style, or cuisine preference to deliver delectable meals time after time. Learn more about our different types of cookware needed to match your culinary task, the best materials for your cooking style, and how to properly care for your pots and pans.

Types of Cookware

  • Saucepans: A great saucepan is going to be the workhorse of the kitchen. They are basic pots available in various sizes, ideal for making sauces, cooking with liquids, and can be used for steaming grains.
  • Frying Pans: There is a good chance you’ll need a few different sized fry pans regardless of your cooking style. These versatile pans are shallow, and flat-bottomed, perfect for browning, sautéing, and frying.
  • Sauté Pans: Similar to fry pans, but with larger vertical sides. Sauté pans make tossing and browning food an easy task.
  • Dutch Ovens: If you like slow cooked meals, a Dutch oven is what you’re looking for. These are heavy-duty pots for stove or oven use, suitable for low slow cooking, and braising. They come with lids to trap moisture inside the pot, perfect for casseroles and stews.
  • Soup & Stock Pots: These pots are ideal for making soups and stocks. Their large capacity and size of soup and stock pots easily accommodate bones, vegetables, and meats.
  • Multipots: This versatile cookware must-have is a combination of a pot and strainer. Multipots have an inner pot that features holes, similar to a colander, so they are great for cooking pasta and steaming vegetables.
  • Cast-Iron Pans: If you like to sear and brown your meat, cast-iron pans should be your go-to. These pans feature excellent heat distribution and retention, while withstanding high heat levels, making them ideal for numerous cooking styles and techniques.
  • Nonstick Pans: Convenience and easy-to-clean are the top reasons to own a nonstick pan. The outside surface prevents food and ingredients from sticking so you can cook with less oil and cleanup is a breeze.

Different Types of Cookware Material

  • Stainless Steel Cookware: Classic elegance and superior performance, stainless steel cookware distributes heat evenly for browning, searing, and sautéing.
  • Cast Iron Cookware: Long lasting durability, cast iron cookware is the best choice for searing, browning, and slow cooking.
  • Aluminum Cookware: Lightweight and efficient heat conduction, aluminum cookware is great for quick everyday cooking.
  • Nonstick Cookware: The coated outside surface prevents food from sticking for easy plating of delicate ingredients and effortless cleanup.

How to Clean and Care for Your Cookware

  • Stainless Steel Cookware: This durable cookware material can be scrubbed with non-abrasive scrubbers and brushes and is dishwasher safe.
  • Cast Iron Cookware: If the cookware is uncoated, season with oil and avoid water and abrasive materials.
  • Aluminum Cookware: Handwashing with mild dishwasher liquid and use non-abrasive scrubbers or brushes is recommended for aluminum cookware, but it is also dishwasher safe.
  • Nonstick Cookware: Avoid using metal utensils, wooden or plastic is ideal. Handwashing with non-abrasive materials is best for retaining the surface or nonstick cookware for years of use.
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