4.2 Qrt Roasting Pan (2.5 mm)
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4.2 Qrt Roasting Pan (2.5 mm)
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Mauviel 4.2 Quart (2.5mm guage) Roasting Pan Mauviel M'heritage 250C collection is a combination of two powerful and traditional materials, copper and stainless steel. The handles are constructed of durable cast-iron with stainless steel rivets. These solid copper 2.5 mm body cookware thickness pans by Mauviel, are the best choice for everyday use. Features include 100% solid copper with an 18/10 interior stainless steel lining, which will not react with food, and does not require "re-tinning" like traditional tin-lined copper. Efficient heat distribution is important. Copper's ability to conduct heat permits simmering over low heat. It heats extremely quickly because copper conducts heat alots faster than aluminum or stainless steel cookware. Made in France with a Lifetime Warranty.

 

  • 2.5mm copper exterior with stainless linning
  • Dimensions: 14" L x 10.2" W x 2.75" H

  • 4.2 Quarts

  • 18/10 stainless steel interior 
  • Cast iron handle
  • Oven safe up to 500° F
  • Not induction compatible

 

 


How to Clean Copper Cookware:


1.Copper is a "soft metal" which explains why it is the best heat-conducting metal of all metals.


2.Copper requires a little more care than most other cookware. While it is ok to let the copper exterior darken with age (otherwise known as "patina" or "verdigris"). A quality polish is recommended to maintain its warm glow.


3.Cleaning the inside of unlined copper is essential. To remove any verdigris on an unlined pan, use a vinegar-salt solution or rub it with lemon sprinkled with salt. Rinse and dry the pan.


4.If you have an iron-handled pan, rust on the handle may be scrubbed (a light gauge steel wool works well) off and then lightly oiled.

It's not advised to use a dishwasher for washing copper cookware due to the harsh chemicals used in some dishwashers that could shorten the life span of your cookware.


5.Never use cleaners containing bleach to clean copper cookware - bleach is corosive and will cause your cookware to pit.

Use a copper cleaner ( cna be purhased from most hardware stores) without effort. There are two different options for cleaning your copper cookware:

  • To maintain a shiny surface, clean after every use with Copperbrill cleaner
  • To create a nice patina of copper, well appreciated by professionals, clean occasionnally with copper cleaner

6.Copper will naturally darken without regular polishing. But any time, you can use Copperbrill cleaner to recover the original shiny surface.

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