Duxtop Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 3-Quart

Last updated date: February 2, 2020

DWYM Score
8.7

Duxtop Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 3-Quart

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 23 expert reviews, the Duxtop Duxtop Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 3-Quart placed 11th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note March 9, 2020:
Checkout The Best Saute Pan for a detailed review of all the top saute pans.

Expert Summarized Score
8.5
1 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.2
100 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
t can be used on different stoves; the pan is also dishwasher safe, oven safe, freezer safe. Whole-clad try-ply stainless steel helps with quick and even heating. The handle has a perfect grip, and it stays cool while cooking.
- MyKitchenAdvisor
What experts didn't like
Its price might seem too high.
- MyKitchenAdvisor

From The Manufacturer

Duxtop Whole Clad Tri ply Stainless Steel Premium Cookware features three layer bounded construction, with one layer of thick aluminum core sandwiched between magnetic stainless steel layers. The whole clad structure eliminates hot spots and ensures even heating across the bottoms of pots and pans and all the way up the sides. The exclusive Whole Clad bonding technology extend cookware lifetime dramatically comparing to encapsulated base construction. This professional cookware is suitable for induction, gas, electric, and halogen cooktops. Other standard features that you can find in this Duxtop premium cookware: drip-free pouring rims; Stay-cool stainless-steel perfect-grip handle riveted to the pan; Stainless-steel lid with loop handle helps keep in heat and moisture. The stainless steel cookware is oven-safe to 550 degrees F; Freezer-safe for food storage; Dishwasher safe although hand washing is suggested. Lifetime limited warranty against manufacture defects.

Overall Product Rankings

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1. Cuisinart Nonstick Saute Pan, 3.5-Quart
Overall Score: 9.6
Expert Reviews: 0
Cooks Standard Anodized Saute Pan, 12-Inch
2. Cooks Standard Anodized Saute Pan, 12-Inch
Overall Score: 9.5
Expert Reviews: 1
T-fal Thermo-Spot Saute Pan, 5-Quart
3. T-fal Thermo-Spot Saute Pan, 5-Quart
Overall Score: 9.5
Expert Reviews: 3
All-Clad Tri-Ply Saute Pan, 3-Quart
4. All-Clad Tri-Ply Saute Pan, 3-Quart
Overall Score: 9.4
Expert Reviews: 4
Cuisinart Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 5.5-Quart
5. Cuisinart Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 5.5-Quart
Overall Score: 9.4
Expert Reviews: 6
Tramontina Deep Saute Pan, 5.5-Quart
6. Tramontina Deep Saute Pan, 5.5-Quart
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 1
Farberware Nonstick Saute Pan, 6-Quart
7. Farberware Nonstick Saute Pan, 6-Quart
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 0
USA Pan Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 10-Inch
8. USA Pan Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 10-Inch
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 1
GreenPan Ceramic Saute Pan, 5-Quart
9. GreenPan Ceramic Saute Pan, 5-Quart
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 1
Calphalon Nonstick Saute Pan, 5-Quart
10. Calphalon Nonstick Saute Pan, 5-Quart
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 4
Duxtop Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 3-Quart
11. Duxtop Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 3-Quart
Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 1

An Overview On Saute Pans

Saute pans allow you to prepare a quick and delicious dish on the nights you want to cook a healthy meal, but don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. Since there are a variety of saute pans on the market, it’s helpful to know what features are available before you buy.

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First, you’ll need to consider capacity. Individuals and singles would do best with a small saute pan, like the Cuisinart Nonstick Saute Pan, 3.5-Quart. Families would require a 5 or 6-quart pan if they plan on preparing any one-pot meals.

Second, review the pan’s construction material to ensure it is able to heat the pan evenly and then look to see what its maximum heat capacity is, as some saute pans are only heat safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. That may limit the type of dishes you want to make. The T-fal Thermo-Spot Saute Pan, 5-Quart is actually safe for temperatures up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, which means you’ll have fewer restrictions in what you can use the pan to create.

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Third, examine the pan’s handle. You don’t want a saute pan that doesn’t have a cool-to-the-touch handle or you risk getting burned. Not only is the Farberware Nonstick Saute Pan, 6-Quart’s handle able to stay cool, but it also provides a non-slip grip. On the opposite side of the pan is even a helper handle, which means you can effortlessly move the pan from the stove to the oven.

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Finally, consider any other features that make the saute pan stand out. For example, the Cuisinart Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 5.5-Quart has an elegant mirror finish and a flavor lock lid. Other models offer interior pan measurement markings and tapered rims for drip-free pouring.

DWYM Fun Fact

The word “saute” is actually derived from the French word “sauter.” The word literally means “to jump,” which makes sense when you think about the process of sauteing food. As the ingredients begin to cook, you quickly push and pull the pan back and forth to prevent the food from sticking. As you do this, the food leaps up off of the pan.

The art of sauteing is similar to that of stir-frying; however, there are a few differences. First, sauteed foods are cooked over moderately high heat, while stir fried foods are prepared over the highest heat. Second, you only need to stir sauteed foods occasionally, but stir-fried foods must be stirred constantly.

The Saute Pan Buying Guide

  • Some saute pans are not induction-safe.
  • Before cooking with your saute pan, it is important that you preheat the pan, melt the butter or heat up the oil and then add the recipe ingredients.
  • Always check the product care label, as some saute pans are not dishwasher safe. If hand washing is required, use a dishrag, liquid dish soap and warm water.
  • Never use a steel wool pad on a saute pan that has a nonstick coating. This will remove the coating and cause your ingredients to stick to the pan.
  • Saute pans vary slightly in price with the factors affecting price being size capacity and construction materials. The Cuisinart Nonstick Saute Pan, 3.5-Quart is traditional in design and has a small capacity, making it the cheapest model on the market. You’ll find the Farberware Nonstick Saute Pan, 6-Quart costs slightly more than the T-fal Thermo-Spot Saute Pan, 5-Quart, simply because it is able to cook a larger amount of food. Finally, the Cuisinart Stainless Steel Saute Pan, 5.5-Quart commands the highest price due to its elegant mirror finish.