The 10 Best Pan Sets
Friday 20 January 2012
1. Prestige Cuisine
This smart five-piece, stainless-steel set is designed to eliminate hot spots and reduce the chance of burning food.
A four-piece collection, with glass lids and ergonomically-designed handles, features special Thermolon non-stick technology.
3. Le Creuset
A three-pan set that has an all-round pouring rim, capacity markings and easy-lift handles. And a 10-year guarantee.
4. John Lewis
Heavy-grade aluminum pans are coated with a non-stick Teflon interior, have soft-grip handles, glass lids and a 25-year guarantee.
Suitable for all hobs, including induction, the shapes and sizes of these pans cleverly cover most culinary needs. A joy to use.
6. Dunelm Mill
If you're on a tight budget – you could do a lot worse than this non-stick, practical set. Easy to clean, with glass lids.
A pair of stainless steel pans with Teflon Platinum non-stick surfaces, which far outperform standard non-stick surfaces.
8. Cookworks Signature
No less than eight stainless steel pans, which are easy to clean, rust resistant and copper-based. A truly comprehensive set.
9. Pampered Chef
The durability and cooking performance of the three-piece Executive Cookware pans set are second to none.
These colourful cast-iron beauties handily nestle inside each other, thanks to their detachable bakelite handles.
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