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Good saucepans are essential for good cooking. Like a frypan, a saucepan is one of those things you just can’t do without. Available in a wide variety of colours, sizes and materials, buying the right saucepan can make boiling, simmering and sautéing a much easier experience. How do you find the right one? Check out our tips below.

Sourcing the Right Saucepans for You

  1. The right size saucepan depends on the size of your household and the size of your cooktop elements. Keep in mind that some saucepans are not compatible with induction cooktops due to their ferrous metal base.
  2. There’s a perfect size saucepan for every task. A small saucepan is ideal for heating and simmering, while a large saucepan is better suited to mealtime favourites like rice, soup and spag bol.
  3. Good house saucepans are made from high-quality materials. Aluminium is tough, lightweight and easy to clean, and conducts heat evenly. Stainless steel is among the most versatile, compatible with all cooktops and able to last a lifetime, as does copper, which also has great heat conductivity.
  4. Along with a well-fitting lid, your saucepan should also come with a nice, sturdy handle, so it’s easy to carry from stove top to countertop. A plastic or silicon handle can be a great conductor of heat and feels comfortable in your hand, while metal is strong and can withstand the heat. Some saucepans even come with two handles for extra support and stability.
  5. Don’t be weighed down by your saucepan – if it feels heavy when it’s empty, then it’s going to feel even heavier when it’s full. Keep this in mind if that’s a concern.
  6. Saucepans with a glass lid can prove rather handy while cooking – you can keep an eye on food without having to release heat and moisture.
  7. Where do you plan on storing your saucepans? Some people store them away in kitchen cupboards, while others like to hang them from a suspended pot rack. Some even have detachable handles so you can easily stack them or pop them in the dishwasher.
  8. Want to make your own custards and sauces? Double saucepans are great for such delicate tasks, providing accurate temperature control and an even heat.
  9. Saucepans can also be used to make a bold style statement. Accent your kitchen with polished stainless steel or saucepans in warmer tones like red, green or blue. Matte black also has contemporary appeal. Saucepans should not only be functional, but look good, too! It’s time to heat things up! Head to your nearest Myer store to check out the latest saucepans and other cookware from all your favourite brands. Short on time but can’t wait for the postman? Order online, select Click and Collect and pick up your purchase at your nearest Myer.

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