SHINEURI Induction Bottom Copper Pan Set, 9-Piece

Last updated: October 13, 2023

With this 9-piece copper pan set, you'll be able to prepare everything from chicken noodle soup to sauted vegetables. The pans provide even heat distribution and have a nonstick surface for easy release of your favorite foods. As an added bonus, you'll receive a set of utensils to stir, whisk and flip your ingredients.

SHINEURI Induction Bottom Copper Pan Set, 9-Piece

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: You can use this copper pan set with electric, gas, induction and ceramic glass stovetops.

In our analysis of 74 expert reviews, the SHINEURI Induction Bottom Copper Pan Set, 9-Piece placed 4th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

9 Pieces Set: The collection includes 8inch Fry Pan, 1.5qt. Saucepan with Lid and 2.5qt. Saucepan with Lid, Silicone Whisk, Ladle, Slotted Spoon, and Slotted Skimmer, satisfying different needs for cooking. Put a paper towel or handkerchief between the pans when stacking. Non – Stick Surface: allows for lower – fat cooking options, Less oil or butter needed. Moreover, the nonstick coating help food slide right off the pan. Heat Distribution: The cookware set adopts aluminum to provide quick and even heat distribution. Cooking Ways: Fry pan – Perfect for fry, stir fry, grill, roast, steam, sauce, ect. Saucepan – Perfect for sauces, soups, stews, pasta, chili, roasts. The silicone cooking utensils is perfect for using with your non-stick kitchenware. Suitable for 2-3 person meal. Induction Bottom: Works on gas, electric, induction, and ceramic glass.

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