• Non Stick Saucepan

  • 4 QT
  • $139
Professional-grade Non Stick over a fully Stainless Clad pan, the Saucepan unlocks silkier sauces and smoother simmers.
  • 5-Ply Construction
  • Stay-Cool Handle
  • Oven Safe Up to 500F
  • Optimized for Induction
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We craft each piece by coating our Award-Winning 5-Ply Stainless Clad Cookware with two layers of professional-grade Non Stick. The result is an even-heating stainless base with a frictionless cooking surface that is durable enough for high-volume restaurant kitchens, and is the easiest to clean. Crafted in Italy, all of our Non Stick Cookware is 100% non-toxic and made without PFOAs.

Full cladding all the way up the walls of the Saucepan ensures fully-cooked sauces without hot bottoms and cold tops, while the cooking surface cleans in seconds—even for caramel. A flared lip promotes easy, mess-free pours, while our ergonomic and hollow Stay Cool Handle™ keeps the heat on your sauce and off your hand. Discover the difference our chef-loved Non Stick Saucepan will make in your kitchen.

Professional grade, lifetime quality

The Ultimate Care Guide

Long lasting quality starts with the best materials and our expert manufacturers. With the right upkeep and maintenance, our cookware is designed to last generations.

Designed with and loved by

World Renowned Chefs

I love the Made Ins pots and pans because they are well made. They are thick, they conduct heat, they’re the right sizes. I love the non stick option for omelets, as well.

Nancy Silverton

Chef of Mozza, Co-Owner of Mozza Restaurant Group
Los Angeles, CA
Nancy Silverton Profile - Cookware
Non stick pans are usually aluminum—really flimsy and light—but these are actually Made In Stainless Clad pans with a coating of non stick, so they work really well.

Tom Colicchio

Founder of Crafted Hospitality
New York, NY
Tom Colicchio - Profile
A non stick pan for me is critical in almost every egg preparation, especially omelettes. Use a Made In non stick so that you can fold it up nicely and slide it out of the pan.

Grant Achatz

Chef of Alinea, Owner of Alinea Group
Chicago, IL
Grant achatz at alinea

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