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Load image into Gallery viewer, Tramontina 80101/003DS Gourmet Prima Stainless Steel, Induction-Ready, Impact Bonded, Tri-Ply Base Covered Casserole, 3 Quart, Made in Brazil
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Tramontina 80101/003DS Gourmet Prima Stainless Steel, Induction-Ready, Impact Bonded, Tri-Ply Base Covered Casserole, 3 Quart, Made in Brazil

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Description

  • Tri-Ply encapsulated impact-bonded base distributes heat evenly, precision cast riveted handle ensures a comfortable and firm grip; Sleek modern lines feature a flared edge for easy and drip-less pouring
  • Elegantly styled vessels and lids feature mirror-polished exterior finish
  • Compatible with all cooktops, including induction; Dishwasher-safe
  • Cookware vessels and stainless-steel lids are oven-safe up to up to 500F/ 260C
  • Made in Brazil, proudly assembled and packaged in USA; Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews

IncredibleI discovered Tramontina cookware by accident. Found a fry pan at the local thrift shop and have been hooked ever since. I bought this from the "Like New/USED" section. From Braising Lamb Shanks to Simmering Rice....An excellent pan that is seeing heavy usage most every week.Quality material.Stamped Made In Brazil.I found it's easy to clean handles well and cooks evenly stove-top/oven. I know this love affair may be over in a year..but I'm gonna buff that stainless affectionately!!! Oh yeah I am buying their other pans . 5I don t recommend these pansI was excited to get these and they are very pretty. But they don t work worth a damn. I have a hotel restaurant degree and worked in commercial kitchens in my career and I love to cook. Not in these things though. Food sticks like mad. I tried low heat, medium heat, high heat, preheat, don t preheat, 5 different fats, lots of fat, little fat, tried conditioning the pan like you do with cast iron....everything I know to do. I have a set of Belgique all stainless I bought 30 years ago, never a problem. Thank you Amazon for allowing me to return these. 1Don't buy this pot!I bought this pot based on the 5-star reviews. What a mistake! Either the pot I received was uniquely defective, or Tramontina uses the poorest quality stainless steel I have ever encountered.When my pot arrived, I washed it well with warm soapy water, rubbing the inside well with a sponge. Then I cooked pasta in it. I thought the pasta water seemed a little bit grey, so I washed the pot well again. Next I tried making medicinal barley water in the pot. I needed to cook it for 3 hours on medium heat in this pot (unlike my Calphalon pot, where it only requires 1.5 hours on low heat). When the barley was done, both it and the water were a dark grey color. This toxic-looking color came from the pot! When I cook my barley in my Calphalon pot, it and the water stay the color of barley.I then washed the pot well with soap and water, rubbing it well with a good sponge. When I dried it, my new, white dish towel turned grey with every pass over the kettle!I've never seen such poor quality stainless steel! After three washes, 30 minutes of cooking pasta, and 3 hours of cooking barley, my dish towel still turned grey!I've asked Amazon if I an return this pot as defective. They say the vendor has 48 hours to decide whether I can return it or not! I'll let you know.Beware! Don't buy this pot.Cooks Corner has refunded the price of the pot. They have been very concerned. They are doing testing on this and other Tramontana pots to see if they can duplicate my experience with barley water. 1How to cook without sticking on this amazing pan!My aging nonstick cookware had seen much better days and after only four years of use it started chipping and rusting so I figured it was time for a new pan. I had always read good things about stainless steel pans. With so many choices out there for stainless steel cookware I didn't know where to start. I found some reviews about decent sets that were priced affordably. I came across the Tramontina brand and I've heard nothing but good things about it. I decided to give it a try and placed an order for the 8 inch frypan to start with. When I got my order I was a little disappointed because even though the box said stainless steel on the outside when I opened it there was another box with the 8 inch ceramic pan on the inside. I don't blame Amazon for this because I know stuff gets mislabeled in packaging. Amazon was great about accepting the return in sending me a replacement within two days.I got the new pan this morning and decided to try it out by just frying a couple of eggs. One of the things I've always heard about stainless steel pans is that they always stick. So before I decided to try out my new pan I did some research on how to prevent sticking in stainless steel pans. In just a short search I learned a lot! Basically sticking comes from the pan being either too cold or too hot! To test to see if your pan is the right temperature to cook with you should do the water test. Heat your pan starting with a low temperature and after a minute or two at a few drops of water. If the water sizzles your pan is too cold. Increase the heat and wait another 30 seconds and try again. If it still fizzles then increase the heat some more. The goal is to get the the water to form into a bubble or circle so that it freely rolls around the pan! Once you do this your pan is at the right temperature. You may need to lower it slightly depending on what you're cooking but this is a good rule of thumb to make sure you have the right temperature. From what I've learned when a stainless steel pan is at the incorrect temperature the pores in the metal open and close like it's having contractions. This reaction causes the pan to grab on to any food therefore causing it to stick. The goal is to get the temperature to stabilize the contractions so it no longer opens and closes which will cause your food to slide around the pan resulting in no sticking! When I first set my temperature and then added a little butter to the pan for my egg the butter did burn rather quickly. I rinsed the pan and dropped the temperature just a little bit and tried again. I added my egg and it cooked absolutely perfectly with no sticking at all! I couldn't believe how easy it was considering all I've ever really used was nonstick pans. For sure I will never go back to a nonstick pan again and I will be replacing the rest of my nonstick cookware really soon.This pan cooks beautifully and looks amazing! It is certainly worth the price and probably should be priced a little bit more for the quality. If you're looking for a good inexpensive pan then look no further. I'm sure I will get my money's worth out of this pan and I know I won't have to replace it anytime soon. 5Disappointed in this panDisappointed in this pan. I was really excited to buy this expensive pan based on reviews but the pan doesn t seem to be made with high quality. I ve cooked with it 3-4 times and it s already discolored and has spots. No, it s not due to high heat because I used it on medium to high heat. For the price, I would sincerely recommend another product. 2Not recommendedI have the set for 7 months. Its already changing the color and also there is a rust on 2 of the lids. Tomorrow i have to call the customer service and see how their warranty works. I dont recommend at all 1The best handle shape and ergonomic, flared edge makes the cleanest poring.I didn't like Flared edge at first because Multi-Ply Clad looks better.In addition, flared part takes extra space for storage.But now, this pot has become the most frequent item in my kitchen.Flared edge makes drip-less pouring compare to messy Multi-Ply Clad pans.I no longer care much for Multi Clad due to its messy side wall.[Good]1) The most comfortable handle on the market.All Clad got stuck with an awful handle and they are shameful by not having any improvement of the handle shape and ergonomic. Tramontina made a leading handle design.2) Flared edge function is spectacular with no mess on side wall. Multi clad looks better with clean shape,but I no longer care.[Not big deal]Side wall doesn't have heat distribution like a multi-clad have.But I have found it minor issue. 5Not a fully useable 4 quarts. More like 3.5.This is for the Tramontina Prima 4qt sauce pan.I purchased this mainly because I wanted something a little bigger than my current old Revere Ware copper bottomed 3qt sauce pan.I have yet to use it but it seems pretty solid and has some heft to it. I am a bit disappointed in the size/volume though.With my 3qt pan with straight sides, 3qt of carefully measured water comes to just under the rim.With this pan, 4qt of carefully measured water comes to the absolute edge of the top of the flared rim. There's about 3/4 to 1cup worth of volume from the bottom to the top of that flare. The lid sits inside the pot with the top of the lid about even with the bottom of the flare. I would have expected 4qt to come to the bottom of the flare.I know it may be nit picky but my main reason for buying this pan was increased volume and that's the one area it seems to fail straight out of the box. 3LOVE itI absolutely adore this pan. I have owned much more expensive and sought after pans but downsized and I had to replace this size because I missed it so much. I read several reviews of this pan as compared to the more pricey versions and this one was either very very close or won out, believe it or not. Heavy thick bottom, saute's perfectly, makes the best risotto...cannot live without this pan. Only thing I dont like- the handles, including pan lid handle, get seriously HOT! I have to use a hand towel to pick it up. Someone mentioned the grommets are difficult to clean inside the pan but that has not been an issue for me, they sit absolutely flat. I love to cook. I know good cookware. You will not go wrong with this pan. 5EXCELLENT POT -- HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS LINEI've been looking for decent pots for quite some time. I've tried supposedly good brands like Cuisinart, Kitchen Aid, and Farberware. All of them have been made in China. The stainless steel in all of them is very soft. They scratched and scored easily and deeply. Some of them pitted within a short time. Little bits of the metal came out, leaving little holes (not all the way through). Some of them (Farberware) gave off a horrible burning metal smell when they were on the stove with food cooking in them. The insides turned a horrible blackish color. This wasn't because the food burned. It didn't. This was in the normal course of cooking. Most of them have glass covers, which are fragile and break fairly easily. It's hard to find replacements and what good is a pot without a cover? They all have aluminum bolts to hold the handle to the pot. The aluminum is soft. It scores easily and deeply. Aluminum reacts with acid foods like tomato sauce and vinegar and leaches aluminum into the food you're cooking. Much as I would like to have All Clad pots, I can't afford them. After more shopping online, I finally took a chance on this Tramontina Prima pot. It's made in Brazil. I've had it for awhile now. It's more expensive than Farberware, etc. but less expensive than All Clad. It's a really good pot. The stainless steel is thicker (not too thick). It's not soft. It's hard and strong. It doesn't score or scratch easily. It heats evenly and cooks really well. I love it and will buy more. 5
Tramontina 80101/003DS Gourmet Prima Stainless Steel, Induction-Ready, Impact Bonded, Tri-Ply Base Covered Casserole, 3 Quart, Made in Brazil

Tramontina 80101/003DS Gourmet Prima Stainless Steel, Induction-Ready, Impact Bonded, Tri-Ply Base Covered Casserole, 3 Quart, Made in Brazil

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 223.00
Sale price
AU$ 223.00
Regular price
AU$ 368.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 145.00)