There's nothing quite like a good saucepan when it comes to whipping up a delicious meal. At LivingStyles, we've got you covered. We've got a wide range of high-quality saucepans and saucepan sets from some of the best brands on the market.

Our selection includes both classic and modern designs, so whether you're a traditionalist or a trend-setter, we've got the perfect saucepan for you. And, of course, all of our saucepans are made from high-quality materials, ensuring that they'll last you for years to come.

What's more, many of our saucepans come with lids included, so you can be sure that your food is cooking evenly and that no flavour or nutrients are escaping. And if you're looking for a non-stick option, we've got plenty of those too.

So, whether you're a seasoned pro in the kitchen or a newbie, come and explore our selection of saucepans and saucepan sets. With LivingStyles, you can be sure you're getting great quality at a great price.

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What is a saucepan used for in cooking?

Saucepans are versatile cooking tools, used for anything that has a primarily liquid base, such as soups, broths, stews, and unsurprisingly, sauces. They usually have a capacity of at least one litre and up to four, making them useful in everyday cooking, but not always when cooking for a crowd.

The high walls of a saucepan prevent liquids from splattering over the cooktop and also minimise direct contact with the heat source to avoid too much browning.

What size saucepan do I need?

Saucepan sizes are measured by how much liquid they hold, or in other words, their capacity. They usually come in 1L, 2L, 3L and 4L+. The size saucepan you need will ultimately come down to your intended cooking application.

For boiling an egg or two, for example, you’ll only need a saucepan with a 1L capacity. If you’re making a soup for dinner, choose something bigger, such as a 4L saucepan. Most people have a few saucepans in a range of sizes in their kitchen.

How do I pick a saucepan?

Picking the best saucepan for your household is as easy as one, two and three:
1. Pick a size: Consider the size of your household and how many people you’ll normally cook for when considering the capacity you’ll require.
2. Consider material: Aluminium has better temperature control, but stainless steel holds more heat so your food stays warm for longer in the pan.
3. Check whether it’s non-stick: If you’ll be sautéing vegetables and meats before simmering in liquid, a non-stick pan may make for easier cleanup.
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