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The first thing that one considers when they're about to buy cookware is usually the price. The price depends on the
specific requirements needed. A pan, for example, may cost less than a pressure cooker. A tea kettle
would for instance cost less than a pan. The price also depends, to a large extent, on the
Copper is generally the costliest but gives the best cooking results. But unless it's super cheap, good results
can also be gotten from cookware made of stainless steel, aluminum or other materials.
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What's The Best Cookware For Delicious Meals?
When you buy cookware it's important to know and understand each kind of cookware and its uses:
1. Roasting and braising pans - used for roasting beef, chicken, and pork because of its spacious characteristics.
This cookware is usually made from heavy metal components and can be used on top of a stove or in an oven.
2. Casserole pans -resembles Dutch ovens and roasters. They are usually made from Pyrex or glazed ceramics.
3. Dutch Ovens - deep and heavy pots with a lid that is made from cast iron. Used for stews, soups, and braised meats, requiring only low heat and slow cooking.
4. Frying pans - also known as skillets. It has shallow sides and a large heating surface. Some can be ribbed so as to drain the fat from the food.
5. Griddles - are used for grilling, frying, and making pancakes, waffles, crepes, etc. It can have a flat surface, a ribbed area, or even several square metal grooves.
6. Saucepans - are pots having a height that is almost equal to its width. Smaller ones have only one handle. As for the larger pots, they come with two handles.
7. Saute pans - are similar to frying pans but have a larger surface. They are used for sautéing. Its sides are vertical so that the food will not be thrown out while cooking.
8. Stockpots - are large pots that come in several sizes to choose from and thus satisfying your specific needs.
9. Woks - typically used for stir-frying, deep-frying, and steaming. They are wide bowl-shaped cookware.
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