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Traditional jam pan in copper with riveted cast-iron handles. Pan ideal for making jams.
Made with solid copper, this traditional jam pan has exceptional thermal properties: it offers quick and uniform heat diffusion, maintaining the natural colour of the fruit without browning it. It can be used to boil sugar and/or fruit to make jellies, jams or preserves. Fitted with 2 side handles, riveted on, it is easy and safe to handle. Resistant and durable, the copper jam pan is designed for intense and professional use. Its large flat base provides excellent stability during use. The open rolled rim makes the pan easy to clean and does not cause injuries. For any heat source EXCEPT induction.
- 100 % COPPER
- 2 mm thick copper
- Ø= 40 cm x H= 14,5 cm - V= 12 L
- Weight: 3.4kg
- Handle: iron cast
- For all cooktops EXCEPT induction.
- Best heat conductor: uniform distribution and ideal transmission of heat.
- Allows greater control of the cooking environment.
- Preserves the natural colour of fruit: jams do not brown.
- Large flat bottom: very stable pan even on a gas burner.
- Rounded angle formed by the skirt and flat bottom: allows you to work all the mixture; easy maintenance.
- Cast-iron handles: easy handling; safe use.
- Open rolled edge: hygienic; no protruding edge.
- Care: soak. Easy cleaning with a special copper polish paste.
- Dishwasher-safe but without alkaline detergent cleaning.
- Suitable for all cooktops EXCEPT induction.
The nobility of copper in the kitchen arts is not only die to its warm and colourful looks, but also and essentially to its capacity to conduct heat, which makes copper pans idel for delicate preparations, such as sauces.
To clean copper, use a special easy-to-use-paste, preferable after each use. For the inner stainless steel or tin-plated surfaces, wash in the ordinary way. Cleaning in the dishwasher is not recommended because dishwasher liquids contain high levels of chlorine.
Copper is an exeptional metal, an extraordinary conductor of heat, particularly suitable for French cooking and reducing. However, copper should not be in direct contact with most foods: as a result it is used in combination with another metal (for the inside of the pans).
Tin-plated copper: The traditional tin-plating process guarantees a thick enough coating of tin for professional use. The lenght of time the pan can be used before being replated is therefor longer. But beware: do not heat to over 260°C.
Polished outer finish, smooth or hammered effect.
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