A medium-sized pan for beautiful searing.
25cm (10-inch) frying pan
A stainless steel tri-ply pan that feels light to lift but is noticeably sturdy, with a curved rim for drip-free pouring and a comfortable handle that stays cool on the hob. This medium (25cm/10-inch) size is ideal for cooking small or medium portions; for example, two chicken breasts, one naan, or four sides of stir-fried broccoli.
All-Clad pioneered multi-ply cookware in the 1970s with the d3 (also called TriPly) series, when they layered aluminium—an excellent conductor of heat—with stainless steel, which is excellent at being non-reactive, oven-safe, induction hob-compatible, and extremely durable. These pans feel light to lift but are sturdy and warp-resistant, with comfortable handles that mould to an underhanded grip and stay cool on the hob. The stainless steel on the exterior is polished, while the interior has a brushed finish. (Dishwasher use is not recommended.) The frying pan and saute pan have curved rims for drip-free pouring.
Read our (essential) guide on how to cook with, and care for, stainless steel here.
Why we love it
If you are ready to cook with high-performance pans but are hesitant to invest in copper or five-ply stainless steel, a tri-ply set like this is a fantastic choice that will last several years.'
Specifications & Care
|Care||Hand wash; using the dishwasher is not recommended nor covered under warranty|
|Country of Origin||Bonded, Engineered, & Assembled in the USA|
|Material||Classic tri-ply construction of stainless steel and aluminium|
About The Brand
All-Clad was founded John Ulam, a renowned metallurgist whose inventions transformed the automobile, aerospace, and mint coin industries. An avid home cook, he applied his knowledge of bonding metals with very different properties, such as stainless steel and aluminium, together to make pans. The result was cookware that cooked food more evenly, was easy to clean, didn’t alter flavours, and didn’t tarnish or warp. So when All-Clad opened the doors to their Canonsburg, Pennsylvania factory in 1971, cookware was yet another industry he transformed.
Their products are still manufactured in the USA, where each and every piece is inspected for strict quality control. In addition, they adhere to exacting environmental standards, recovering and recycling nearly every ounce of unused material.
We believe their Copper Core range to be the best copper pans for induction hobs, offering the superior performance of copper with minimal clean-up. Their stainless steel TriPly and d5 ranges are durable and versatile, with user-friendly features like pouring rims and comfortable handles that stay cool as you cook.Shop All-Clad
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