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It all started with my all time dream to have an iconic red Le Creuset pot. This year we decided to invest in some quality pans. My husband decided to add 4 more to the collection: orange skillet, blue pan, pancake pan and the non-stick pan. Any suggestions to add to the collection?

It all started with my all time dream to have an iconic red Le Creuset pot. This year we decided to invest in some quality pans. My husband decided to add 4 more to the collection: orange skillet, blue pan, pancake pan and the non-stick pan. Any suggestions to add to the collection?

4 comments

  1. dealsme15

    3.5qt braiser and buy the 12 inch glass lid for stovetop use.

  2. funicelw

    nice all pan

  3. TableAvailable

    A braiser. The 3.5 quart model is a good size. I use mine more than any of the others. With the lid off, it works on the stove like a big skillet — searing, sauté, etc. Lid off in the oven and it is a roaster. Lid on for braising.

  4. muppetteer

    For me, this is the best thing Le Creuset make:

    [https://www.lecreuset.com/stainless-steel-saucier-pan-1/SSP6100-20.html](https://www.lecreuset.com/stainless-steel-saucier-pan-1/SSP6100-20.html)

    It’s probably the most versatile piece, you can boil pasta, fry, braise etc. It’s essentially, a wide saucepan with a sloping base. If you ever get to go into a decent professional kitchen, this type of pan is what chef’s use the most, simply for the range of uses. Oh, and you can look “pro” when you give anything you cook in it a vigorous shake n’ shuffle, as the high sides keep everything inside. And the stainless steel is indestructible.

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