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Cook N Home 8 Quart Stainless Steel Stockpot with Lid
108.91 SAR

Cook N Home 8 Quart Stainless Steel Stockpot with Lid

by  Cook N Home, Cookware -  178 ratings

108.91 SAR 

+ 203.39 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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Stainless Steel
Main Features:
  • Has a mirror-polished Stainless Steel body and an aluminum disc layered in bottom
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    • Has a mirror-polished Stainless Steel body and an aluminum disc layered in bottom

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  • Big Enough for 14 Lb Turkey!!!
    By MLouise on 15 November 2016

    This review is for the 12 1/2 qt pan. I bought this pan specifically for baking a turkey, and hoped that a smallish bird would fit. I am so glad I took the chance, because it is a beautiful pan, and it will fit up to a 14 lb turkey! I was so excited when I got the pan that I went out and bought a turkey, then put in in the pan, wrapper and all to see if it would fit. The photo I am attaching is a turkey (still in the wrapper), that weighs 13.93 lbs. I can get my fingers between the bird and one side of the pan, so there is a little bit of room to spare. If you like a lot of extra room around your bird for other food, you may want to stick with maybe 12-13 lb birds.

    The main reason I wanted a pan like this, rather than my oval turkey roaster, is that I wanted a pan with a heavy bottom so I could take the bird out when done, then make gravy in the pan on the stovetop. Also, I wanted to be able to put the carcass back in the pan and make a huge pot of bone broth.

    The pan seems to be very well made. The bottom is nice and heavy, and the sides are just the right thickness. Not so thin that they flex, but not so heavy that the pan is too much to handle.

    One thing I would like to mention is that I am the one who asked the question asked about fitting a turkey in the pan, and about the pan being oven safe. (See customer questions & answers section.) The seller answered and said that the lid is oven safe to 350. But the paperwork I received with the pan says the lid is oven safe to 270, so there is a slight discrepancy there. I generally do sort of a 'slow-cook' in the oven for my turkeys, and usually don't go over 325. I am going to try it that way, and if I have issues with the lid I will definitely post an update. I imagine a stainless steel replacement lid would be fairly easy to get, but I'll only go that route if there are issues with the oven safety. In any event, the pan itself is definitely a winner in my book.

    I'll be cooking that turkey in the next few days, and will report back if I have any issues.

    Additional Info 11/19/16: I cooked my turkey in the oven yesterday and it turned out great. The lid held up and I kept the oven at 325. I cleaned all the meat off last night and started my bone broth on the stove top, it is still cooking today and it smells great. This is the biggest pot of bone broth I have ever made, and I will have lots of jars to freeze... Still totally happy with the pot!

    50 people found this review helpful

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  • Good cheap pot for light use
    By Tony on 17 October 2016

    Let's not beat around the bush: this is a cheap pot. If you're even considering this, chances are you don't want to pay much for a basic stockpot. Neither did I, and for $20, this thing is satisfactory. Does it feel cheap? Yes. It's a little too light and the lid doesn't fit quite right, but for the price of one meal out, I really can't complain. I only use it for steaming vegetables, and even a low-end pot like this should be able to boil water until the end of time. If you're in the market for something sturdier, the is the one to get.

    21 people found this review helpful

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  • Pretty nice stock pot for the price, feels more high-end than the price suggests
    By M. Salsbury on 11 May 2017

    If you were to compare this with one of the high-end boutique cookware brands on the market, you would probably describe it as "not as nice". Having said that, compared with most cookware in its price range, this is actually nicer. It's a good 16-quart stock pot. It is constructed of a reasonably thick metal, looks like, and has a hefty base underneath it. I was able to use it with an induction cooktop and it boiled water (and beer wort) quite well. The lid is a decently thick glass with a small vent hole reinforced with metal. I've used it three or four times now and I'm very pleased with it. It feels like a more expensive piece of cookware than it is. I wouldn't hesitate to buy one of their other products.

    13 people found this review helpful

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  • A very good purchase
    By originalwit on 01 February 2017

    I have been very pleased with this stockpot so far and have used it several times. It's nice and deep and good for boiling pasta, cooking dry beans, and making soup. It is stamped 18/10 on the bottom; I didn't remember seeing that information on the product page. I followed the instructions and used it for liquids the first couple times which was supposed to prevent "rainbowing" and discoloration but that didn't entirely work. It otherwise cleans up easily, especially with lemon juice as suggested.. One fabulous feature is true as advertised: the handles really DON'T get hot. This pot kind of makes cooking fun.

    EDIT March 2018: I really do love this pot and use it often. However, I don't like the scratches I now see on the bottom of the pot that must be from stirring food.

    12 people found this review helpful

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  • Great value for the money!
    By Lana on 25 August 2016

    I love this pot. I think it is great value for the money. It is big, not best, but decent quality great for boiling pasta, potatoes, dumplings etc. Fits my LG stove perfectly. So far I have been using it for about a month and I am very happy with my purchase.

    12 people found this review helpful

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