Yzakka 1qt Saucepan Stone Earth Nonstick Induction Saucepan Specialty Small Saucepan Cookware Handy Sauce Pans Food Boiler with Glass Lid

April 15, 2019 - Comment
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Yzakka 1qt Saucepan Stone Earth Nonstick Induction Saucepan Specialty Small Saucepan Cookware Handy Sauce Pans Food Boiler with Glass Lid

Product Features

  • WARNING: the package box contains foreign language, diameter is around 6.3inch, the capacity is around 1.5 quart
  • Multi-layered durable and nonstick performance – using healthy mineral layer and marble stone coating (keeps 10% more of nutrition than normal saucepan) and aluminium. 3-layer bottom – aluminium alloy, energy storage layer and magnetic conductive stainless steel
  • Handle shape is designed to fit the hand, made of wooden design rubber, stays cool on stovetop – brings comfort and safety
  • Thickened glass lid provides a transparent cover to help you keep an eye on cooking food
  • Easy to clean up by simply wiping, suggest do not use dishwasher, can be used on all cooking stovetop

Comments

Anonymous says:

I love it! 1qt is perfect for myself to cook meal alone in my dormitory. This size fits the small burner. I almost cook everything in it! As described, easy to clean I normally use warm water and wipe with sponge. Definitely will buy one for my mom at home!

Anonymous says:

yet easy on hands I have been looking for many saucepans on Amazon and Walmart. I recently become a fan of this kind of stone pan, which they called healthy life lol. This saucepan is heavy duty stuff, yet easy on hands. I could easily use for my daily life. And the most important thing is, super easy to clean.

Anonymous says:

Not very “non-stick” Attractive, seemingly heavy duty, induction saucepan is no very “non-stick.” I made a cream-base sauce on very low heat, poured out fine ( with the aid of the convenient indented pour-spout on the pan) Used a second time to reheat soup, also at low heat, and had a hard time getting all of the soup out as half of it was stuck to the bottom. I promptly ( within 10 minutes) went to wash it and it would not sponge-clean. So I had to soak it. I used wooden spoon to stir and pour.

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