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May
7
2010

Rachael Ray 5 Quart Oval Saute Pan Review



Hi everyone, I am reviewing a product today for you guys and it is the Rachael Ray 5 quart Sauce Pan.  I am in love with this pan, in fact I use it numerous times every single day.  I’m talking I cook my eggs and french toast, and even saute veggies, cook up soups and chili’s.  It is so versatile that it is well worth the money.  So, next time you are in the market for a new 5 Quart pan give this one a try, I LOVE it!  Check out some of the features…

Features:

  • Helper handle for easy lifting when full of food
  • Professional hard-anodized material provides even heating throughout the pan
  • Exceptional strength and durable construction
  • Comfortable contemporary silicone handles
  • Durable nonstick interior releases food effortlessly and is easy to clean
  • Glass Lid allows you to monitor foods

Specifications:

  • Material: Hard-anodized
  • Color: Orange
  • Overall Dimensions: 6.7″ H x 26.1″ W x 11.1″ D
  • Cooking Dimensions: 3.25″H x 13″W x 9″D
  • Capacity: 5-Quart
  • Cleaning and Care: Recommend washing by hand
  • Oven safe to 400°F
  • Lifetime limited warranty

Thank you to the folks at CSN stores for providing me with this beautiful pan to review.  CSN has more than 200 online stores that sell everything from cookware to barstools!  Next time you are in need of online shopping give CSN stores a try!

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So, what is your favorite cookware?  Would love to hear about it :)


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  1. 1

    I have a few RR products and they are great! Plus I love orange :) I most definitely have a favorite pan that gets washed at least once a day. I could probably use a new one, will check out CSN Stores!

  2. 2

    I love the orange! I’ve heard good things about her products, this pan looks great, thanks!

  3. 3
    Alyson says:

    I have been “eyeballing” this pan for a while, lol! Thanks for the review!!

  4. 4

    I really like silicon products for baking they help me on the clean up.

  5. 5
    Michele says:

    I have the oval spaghetti pot and I LOVE it! I think that making a pot that shape was Rachael Ray’s best idea yet! I also love that the handles don’t get hot! Makes life so much easier!

  6. 6
    Sassyrose says:

    I’ve been looking for a good skillet like this for more than a year. I love RR, but I was so saddened to see that she still uses a Teflon-based non-stick interior. Hard anodized pans are supposed to be self-non-stick. WHY did they add such a harmful chemical like PFOA to this? :( Do you realize how long the chemical lingers in the air during AND after the cooking process?

    (Wiki:PFOA is indefinitely persistent in the environment. It is a toxicant and carcinogen in animals. In people, it is detected in the blood of general populations in the low parts per billion range where single studies have associated it with infertility, higher cholesterol, and thyroid disease. In highly exposed groups, some studies have associated PFOA exposure with birth defects, increased cancer rates, and changes to lipid levels, the immune system and liver—effects identified in animals. PFOA has been detected in industrial waste, stain resistant carpets, carpet cleaning liquids, house dust, microwave popcorn bags, water, food, and PTFE.)

    Thankfully, the Environmental Protection Agency has demanded a cease of all Teflon-base uses by the year 2015. It can’t come soon enough :( Guess I’ll stick w cast-iron for now…. Beautiful pan though. It was one of the first I looked at. :(

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