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This Editor-Loved All-Clad Skillet Just Might Be the Only Pan You Need — and It’s 50% Off Right Now

This Editor-Loved All-Clad Skillet Just Might Be the Only Pan You Need — and It’s 50% Off Right Now

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There are sales, and there are sales. The ones so good you forward them to your group chat. The ones where you double-check the price because you just can’t believe it’s real. Well, friends, this is that type of major sale. Right now, you can score a whopping 50 percent off All-Clad’s Stainless Steel 12-inch fry pan with lid on Amazon as part of its early Prime Day deals. Marked down to just $99.95 (normally $199.99), this isn’t just any pan; it’s the one we named the best stainless steel skillet on the market last year. It’s also so good, our editor-in-chief Faith swears by it.

Put simply: This is the pan that will get you through the day. The low, sloped sides allow easy access for flipping omelets, but they’re high enough to keep things contained — no matter how overzealous your stir-fry technique may be. It also includes a lid to retain heat while steaming vegetables or simmering sauces. Plus, it’s big: The wide, flat bottom can hold up to four chicken breasts, so if you’re looking to make one-skillet meals, this is your pan. As Faith says, “It’s heavy, cooks evenly, and has enough surface space for searing or sautéing a whole meal.”

And, well, it’s All-Clad, so that means superior construction. As our Lifestyle Director, Lisa, explained, All-Clad is so good, “you can go with the less expensive D3 pans and still end up with the best cookware out there.” And this pan is made with their signature bonded three-ply material — an aluminum core surrounded by stainless steel — that equals more even heat distribution. So you can make pancakes without one burning because it’s on the “hottest part” of the pan. The stainless-steel starburst finish means it’s stick-resistant (but there’s nothing a little vinegar and water can’t take off), and it’s oven-safe up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can sear that pot roast on the stovetop before moving it to the oven. And thanks to the rivets that securely attach it to the base, the handle won’t ever get loose or shaky, so forget about marinades and juices that slosh everywhere.

Published at Tue, 06 Oct 2020 18:17:05 +0000