Durability meets dependability when it comes to our stainless steel cookware. Because you wouldn’t trust anything less to make your family’s time-honored recipes. It’s thanks to three layers that work together to bring you quality cookware that performs: 400-series magnetic stainless steel and a 1050A aluminum core. So not only can you trust this cookware year after year, generation after generation, it’ll also give you the versatility to cook anywhere (gas, induction, electric, ceramic glass — you name it).
The handles of our American Kitchen cookware stay cool when you’re cooking on the stove and can also withstand the heat of the oven for ultimate ease and efficiency.
For over 100 years we’ve been handcrafting the highest quality cookware in America (and we wouldn’t have it any other way). As a multi-generational, family-owned manufacturer in Wisconsin we created American Kitchen because we believe your cookware should be built to last.
This is our absolute favorite pan. My husband and I are thrilled!
I bought for my wife and she LOVES it! I'd much rather buy American, but it's hard to find. The one thing I don't like are the rivets. Makes it hard to clean on the inside around the edge of the rivets.
It’s a gift that will be given this weekend. My only regret is that I should have bought a 16 inch pan. Not even sure if you make that size.
10-inch Stainless Steel Sauté Pan
I've been using these for 3 years now and they are as good as new. We use the frying pan every single day and the pots at least weekly. They get a lot of use but we take good care of them. We avoid using metal on these and only use soft sponges to hand wash. When junk gets stuck on them (oil stains, burnt food...) we use a little Bar Keepers Friend and they are as good as new. Beautiful Sauté Pan! I recommended these to a friend just this morning and though it'd be worth writing a review while I'm at it. Update: We’ve been using these for 6 years now?! Still beautiful and as good as new. I’m a mom and use them a lot to feed my 3 kids. We make eggs daily using this pan. Advice for cooking protein: heat oil/butter/water in the pan before adding the meat/eggs to prevent sticking. To clean any stuck on food, add water to pan and bring to a boil. Food will wipe right off with spatula. I also reviewed about Best Stainless Steel Pan, Read More at: https://www.kitcheniest.com/stainless-steel-frying-pans/
10” SS sauté pan
I prefer to use stainless steel to cook in but have found it difficult to find quality at a reasonable price. This pan cooks okay. However, it does not sit flat on an electric stove. It’s slightly bubbled in the center and therefore isn’t cooking the same throughout. Also, my husband always cooks on high heat and used it to cook bacon. The image of the bacon is cooked into the stainless steel because the elements of the pan changed in high heat. It doesn’t even scour out.