"Prima Matera" Copper Stainless Steel Sauté Pan Inocuivre Induction
The term "to sauté" is derived from French ("sauter") and means "to jump". In connection with the kitchen, "to sauté" describes a form of stir-frying smaller pieces of meat or other barbecued food such as prawns or meat cut into strips or also ingredients for vegetarian dishes. When sautéing, the barbecued food is tossed in the sauté pan and jumps up slightly at the brim, which gives this way of roasting its name.
The copper stainless steel sauté pan Inocuivre Induction of the "Prima Matera" collection combines the excellent heat conductivity properties of copper, an inside wall made of stainless steel and a special ferromagnetic bottom that also consists of stainless steel. As a result, the "Inocuivre Induction" products are (unlike regular copper cookware) suitable for cooking and roasting on induction cookers.
The copper stainless steel sauté pan is a product by the French company de Buyer and comes in three different sizes: the smallest sauté pan has a diameter of 16 cm and a capacity of 1 liter, the second-largest pan has a diameter of 20 cm and a capacity of 1.8 liters while the largest version provides a capacity of 3 liters with a diameter of 24 cm.