Le Creuset Professional Hard Anodised Open Saucepan 16cm
The Le Creuset Professional Hard Anodised Open Saucepan is designed and manufactured for a lifetime of outstanding performance and delicious cooking results everytime. Durable, excellent heat retention, hygenic and easy to clean it’s suitable for all cooktops including induction.
The Le Creuset Hard Anodised 16cm Saucepan is the perfect addition to your cookware collection. It features a unique combination of a strong, hard anodised body with a premium-grade stainless steel interior. The stainless steel interior ensures that it will withstand the rigours of even the toughest kitchen environment. The non-stick exterior coating makes it easy to keep clean and ensures it will look great for many years to come. Stylish and practical, each piece features a drip-free pouring rim, ergonomic handles for comfort and balance and interior capacity markings for easy measuring. The Hard Anodised range is suitable for use on all heat sources, including induction, is oven and dishwasher safe and comes with a lifetime warranty for your peace of mind.
- Le Creuset Hard Anodised 16cm Saucepan/Casserole
- Hard -anodised exterior
- Stainless steel interior
- Toughened non-stick
- Stylish and practical
- Ergonomic handles
- Drip-free pouring rim
- Interior capacity markings
- Suitable for all cooktops including induction
- Dishwasher and oven safe to 260ºC
- Hygenic and easy to clean
- Lifetime guarantee
About Le Creuset
Le Creuset is recognised the world over for market-leading, premium quality ranges of enamelled cast iron cookware, multi-ply stainless steel, toughened non-stick, stoneware and ceramics, along with its outstanding range of wine accessories. Le Creuset have been making premium quality cast iron cookware since 1925 at their foundry in Northern France. Although the manufacturing process has evolved, their secret recipe of ingredients remains the same. Each piece of cast iron is hand crafted and made from and individual sand mould so it is unique. Cast iron is pored into the moulds from a large cauldron called a “Creuset” and then enamelled and fired at extremely high temperatures to create a vibrant and durable finish which looks fabulous!