Sauté - 5qt

$345

  • Ideal for sautéing, browning and simmering and frying
  • Tri-ply clad stainless steel: practical and super conductive
  • Hammered for increased strength and lasting beauty
  • Induction compatible
  • Made in Italy

As the name suggests, this covered sauté is ideal for sautéing freshly picked vegetables or proteins, but don't let the name stop you. The generous cooking surface makes it perfect for browning and simmering, preparing delicious sauces and reductions and also for shallow frying: the tall, vertical sides minimize splatters!

Made with best-in-class clad stainless steel: a thick core of super conductive aluminum alloy guarantees great responsiveness, ensuring food will not burn or overcook. The inside is lined in mirror-polished stainless steel, practical and easy to clean, whilst the external stainless steel layer is hammered by our master artisans to ensure lasting beauty. The handles, comfortable yet elegant, are inlaid with the signature Ruffoni copper coin.

Induction compatible.
Made in Italy.

Diameter: 10" Height: 3.5" Capacity: 5 qt Cookware: clad stainless steel with aluminium alloy core Finishes: hammered and mirror-polished Handles material: stainless steel with copper coin insert Lid: included Oven-safe: yes, up to 450˚F (320 C) Stovetop: all, including induction Handwashing recommended
Made in Italy
SKU - 99282

Ideas for Use

Getting The Most Out of your Ruffoni Sauté

A sauté pan is a must in traditional European cooking. It has tall, vertical sides so that splatters are minimized, and a generous cooking surface making it perfect for browning and searing. Most sauté pans include a lid, which allows for slow simmering and stewing of tough meats and delicate sauces, and if large, it often has a helper handle so it's even easier to bring to the table for flawless presentation.

A sauté pan is of course great for sautéing freshly picked vegetables or proteins, so go ahead and try it with fresh asparagus tips, green peas, leeks and zucchini with butter, then deglaze with white wine and let reduce into a rich pan sauce. This shape is also perfect for browning and simmering, so sear chunks of meat and soffritto vegetables on medium heat, then add red wine, cover with the lid, and leave to gently bubble away on a low flame. Last but not least, a sauté pan is perfect for frying, as the vertical sides minimize splatters and large surface area avoids the building up of steam: prepare a traditional fried chicken, or make the most of your sauté pan's great temperature control by frying the perfectly flaky yet juicy fish with chips. You can use your sauté pan for almost any recipe, confidently: from crispy skinned chicken, to beef bolognese, from fried fish and chips to seared scallops and sautéed spring vegetables...without forgetting about fruit crisps and cobblers!

HIGH PERFORMANCE COOKWARE WITH ITALIAN FLAIR

The Symphonia Prima Collection

Best-in-class clad stainless steel is appreciated by chefs and home cooks for its fast and uniform heat distribution, and its practical, induction suitable and easy-to-clean stainless steel surface. In this Collection, it gets an Italian makeover: hammered by our master coppersmiths in true Ruffoni tradition, mirror polished, and further distinguished by signature handles with inlaid copper coins.

- Thick core made of a super conductive aluminum alloy guarantees to all home chefs great responsiveness, meaning food will not burn or overcook

- Internally and externally coated in mirror-polished stainless steel: practical, scratch-resistant, easy-to-clean and induction-capable

- Hammered by our master coppersmiths to ensure lasting beauty

- Comfortable stainless steel handles, attached with durable stainless steel rivets, are inlaid with the signature Ruffoni copper coin for a unique look and guaranteed authenticity

- Suitable for all hob tops, including induction, and oven-safe up to 450°F

- Lifetime Warranty

- Made in Italy

Use and care for the Symphonia Prima Collection

TAKING CARE OF YOUR RUFFONI THE RIGHT WAY

Cooking

Recommended for use on all stovetops, including induction. Use a burner that is similar in diameter to the cookware, never heat the pot empty and do not exceed 230 C (450 F). To avoid scratching or dulling the polished surface, do not use knives, sharp kitchen tools, corrosive detergents and metal scouring pads.

Washing

Dishwasher use is possible but not recommended to preserve brilliance and prevent rim corrosion from harsh detergents.