Copper saucepan with a diameter of 16 cm, with lid. After silver, copper is the best conductor of heat. Copper pans allow you to cook with precision. You can precisely select a temperature and keep the contents of the pan at that temperature for a long time.
The Mepra copper pans are made up of three layers:
1. Copper exterior
2. Aluminium separator
3. Stainless steel (18/10) inside
The copper allows for optimal heat conduction, while the aluminium forms the connection between the thermal conductivity of the copper and the strong stainless steel inside. This combination of materials provides the advantages of copper and the benefits of stainless steel.
New copper pans must be washed thoroughly with boiling water. Dry the pan with a soft, clean cloth and it is ready for use.
Cleaning your copper pan
Copper pans retain their beautiful glossy appearance when they are cleaned without chemicals. If there are smudges on the pan, they can be erased with natural acids such as buttermilk or lemon juice and a little salt. Mix these in a little bowl and rub the mixture over your pan. Let the pan stand for fifteen minutes and then rinse it off.
The appearance is a distinctive feature of this copper saucepan. Copper is not only stylish, but it adds something extra to any kitchen, from amateur to professional. Many professional chefs prefer cooking with copper pans. This saucepan is perfect for both modern contemporary and classic country kitchens!
This copper saucepan is not suitable for induction but it can be used on electric or gas stovetops and in the oven. Further, these pans are very hygienic and easy to clean.