Fackelmann’s TriPly Saucepan With SS Lid: #FirstImpressions

Fackelmann’s 3-Ply Saucepan is a heavy-bottomed pan, and the size we picked is good for multiple things. We boiled milk in it, used it to make soups, cooked rice in it and also used it for sautéing vegetables and meats.

A quality saucepan made from premium SS material is what everyone is looking for these days. With awareness, and the need to go back to cooking in stainless steel cookware back in vogue, we got a lot of requests asking for reviews and recommendations of stainless steel pots and pans for every day cooking. Here is a stainless steel saucepan we have tried in our test kitchen for weeks and we believe it is sturdy enough for the daily grind of an Indian kitchen, plus its shape and size also make it very versatile, allowing you to use it for multiple dishes. Here’s our #FirstImpressions of Fackelmann’s 3 ply Saucepan.

Salient Features Of Fackelmann’s 3 Ply Saucepan

  1. Size: It is 18 cm in diameter. (though other sizes are available too)
  2. It has a stainless steel lid, handles, and rivets.
  3. It is made from non-corrosive material.
  4. This saucepan is extremely durable.
  5. Its properties include superior heat conductivity and heat durability.
  6. It is resistant to oxidation, chemical reaction, and deformation.
  7. It ensures healthy cooking.
  8. It has an aluminum alloy core for even heat distribution.
 Fackelmann’s TriPly Saucepan With SS Lid: #FirstImpressions

Fackelmann Stainless Steel 3 PlySaucepan with SS Lid, 18 cm

A tri-ply saucepan that is evenly heated and is perfect for efficient cooking.

MRP: Rs 2999*

*Price at the time of review

#FirstImpressions Of Fackelmann’s 3-Ply Saucepan With SS Lid

Though stainless steel cookware is expensive as compared to regular aluminum or hindalium pots and pans, recent studies have suggested that it is a better metal to be used for cookware. But with aluminum being amongst the best conductors of heat, most stainless steel utensils now use a layer of aluminum between two layers of stainless steel – making the base heavy, but also giving it even heat distribution. The presence of three layers is also why many of these are called TRI-ply or 3 Ply pans/kadhais.

We cooked with Fackelmann’s 3-Ply Saucepan over 4 weeks in our test kitchen. Our experience was nothing short of spectacular.

Fackelmann’s 3-Ply Saucepan is a heavy-bottomed pan, and the size we picked is good for multiple things. We boiled milk in it, used it to make soups, cooked rice in it and also used it for sautéing vegetables and meats.

Across all types of cooking, Fackelmann’s 3-ply Saucepan provided even cooking. The handle is sturdy and does not heat up. This is an important safety feature and many stainless steel pans/utensils have handles that cannot withstand prolonged cooking, making the handle hot to touch. This does not happen with Fackelmann’s 3-ply Saucepan.

It is easy to keep it clean, we washed Fackelmann’s 3-ply Saucepan with a soft sponge and regular liquid washing gel to remove spots and stains if any.

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