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Investing in a cookware set not only offers great value for your money but also allows you to try out...
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Cookware FAGOR

Cookware FAGOR

33,99 €
Cookware Tefal G719S7

Cookware Tefal G719S7

116,99 €
Cookware JATA BC3

Cookware JATA BC3

93,99 €
Cookware Renberg (8 pcs)

Cookware Renberg (8 pcs)

72,99 €
Investing in a cookware set not only offers great value for your money but also allows you to try out different types of pots and pans. Our selection of cookware sets come in various sizes and materials, such as non-stick, stainless steel, and induction compatible, giving you the freedom to choose the one that suits your needs best.

Finding the most suitable cookware set for your needs

If you are looking to equip your kitchen with essential cooking tools, a cookware set is a great investment, whether you are a home cook or a professional chef. These sets usually come with a variety of cooking pots and pans, which not only save you money but also provide you with the opportunity to try different cookware pieces. To choose the right cookware set for you, there are several factors you should take into account:

  • Material: Cookware sets are made from various materials like non-stick, stainless steel, cast iron, cast aluminum, and hard-anodized. It's essential to choose a material that complements your cooking skills to ensure that the cookware set lasts longer.
  • Type: The types of cookware pieces needed should be considered, whether you require a complete cookware set refresh or only a specialized two-piece frypan set. Not every cookware set is suitable for all cooks or kitchens.
  • Size: The size of cookware pieces within a set should be considered based on your family's size, as some sets are intended for smaller cooking tasks, while others are designed for larger families or those with advanced cooking abilities.
  • Space: Cookware sets can take up significant kitchen space, so it's wise to consider how much space you have. Compact, space-saving sets like the Wolstead Succinct range are suitable for smaller kitchens.

Common cookware materials

Cookware sets are available in various materials, each having unique advantages for cooking. The prevalent materials found in cookware sets are:

  • Non-stick: Cookware sets with a non-stick coating are a good choice if you want to cook with less oil or fat. The surface prevents delicate foods like eggs or fish from sticking, making it easier to cook and clean up.
  • Stainless steel: Cookware sets made of stainless steel are lightweight, non-reactive, non-toxic, and very durable. They are also dishwasher and oven safe.
  • Cast iron: Cookware sets made of cast iron distribute heat evenly and retain heat well. They come in both enameled and seasoned varieties, both of which are extremely durable and designed to last a lifetime.

What types of cookware pieces are typically included in a cookware set?

Cookware sets comprise pots and pans of different sizes. Some sets include only one type of product such as a saucepan or frypan, but in a range of sizes. Other cookware sets consist of an assortment of pieces, such as frying pans, saucepans, saute pans, stock pots, casseroles and steamers, catering to various cooking needs.

Features to consider when purchasing a cookware set

Understanding these useful features before buying a new cookware set can enhance your knowledge of how to use the cooking equipment and improve the convenience of cooking.

  • Non-stick coating to prevent food from sticking
  • Oven safe for greater versatility
  • Dishwasher safe to make cleaning up easy
  • Removable handles, to go from cooktop to oven to table
  • Glass lids to retain heat and flavour