Saucier pans were first designed to help chefs make classic French sauces such as bechamel and bearnaise, and saucier pans remain essential to French restaurants and fine dining establishments to this day. So, what is a saucier pan exactly? Saucier pans have curved sides and rounded bases, allowing you to stir dense, slow-thickening sauces and sides with ease. Browse our saucier pan sizes and features to discover the right unit for your needs.
Prevent your slow-thickening items from sticking to the bottom of the pan by preparing them in our saucier pans. Whether you operate a country kitchen churning out creamy mac and cheese, an Italian trattoria creating white lasagna bases, or a Thai restaurant crafting creamy coconut curries, your operation will run smoother with a saucier pan. Other pans produce a thick layer of burned oatmeal, gratin, or risotto at the bottom, but our saucier pans yield creamy food down to the last scoop.
We offer saucier pan options with helpful features such as easy-to-clean stainless steel, oven-safe silicone coated handles, and aluminum cores for even heat distribution. Saucier pans’ overturned edges reduce spills and drips when you fry food, decreasing food waste and fire hazards. For more high-quality stovetop cookware, check out our stove top griddles and grill pans, sauce pots, and fry pans and sauce pans.
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