Stellar's Speciality Chefs Pans

The kitchen in our current home is compact and small on space. To make it feel spacious I ensure that there is no clutter. This means my kitchen is not armed with all kinds of fancy gadgets. Rather you will find compact and versatile utensils and gadgets. If an utensil serves more than one purpose then it is a winner in my kitchen.

Stellar's Speciality Chefs Pans tick all the right boxes for me. Made with heavy duty 18/10 stainless steel, these pans have a wide flat base and tall sloping sides and can be used as a saucepan, frying pan or wok, delivering with equal capability in each case.



The pans are suitable for use on all hob types and are also oven safe up to 210°C. While the pans are dishwasher safe, I have always hand washed them as they’re quite easy to clean. You can soak the pan in hot soapy water for a few minutes before washing to make the cleaning more easier.

The pan has the same professional quality as seen in other Stellar products that I have used. It is well-built, has a comfortable handle and in spite of being non-stick the pan has been easy to use. I have been reaching out to the pan a lot - whether it is to stir-fry veggies, make one-pot curries or simply to make a quick, fried egg. The pan is multi-functional and comes with Stellar's lifetime guarantee.

The Stellar Chefs pans are available in three sizes
16cm Chef's Pan, 500ml £20.00
20cm Chef's Pan, 850ml £26.00
24cm Chef's Pan, 1.4L £33.00

Stellar Speciality Chefs Pans

Stellar Speciality Chefs Pans

Stellar Speciality Chefs Pans

Stellar Speciality Chefs Pans




For more information visit: www.stellarcookware.co.uk

You don't need a silver fork to eat good food - Paul Prudhomme
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1 comment

  1. In my old house, my kitchen was huge, but since moving back to my family home, I've had to adjust to a smaller kitchen, so I've got rid of many of my utensils and cooking pans! These sound like great quality cooking items and I love how this pan is multi-functional :)

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