This 5-piece Abbio kitchen set is all you need

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Shopping for cookware can be perplexing with so many options for pots, pans, and skillets—not to mention the gadgets and holders that go with them. If you’re anything like me, you’ll ultimately wonder how many pots you actually need, what all of these materials are, and how one pan can come in so many different sizes. At that point, you have two options: acquire them all or leave the project entirely. It doesn’t have to be this this.

To be honest, you don’t really need six dozen different non-stick pans in various fonts to make your morning eggs. According to Michele Di Pietro, chef and author of SOUPified: Soups Inspired by Your Favorite Dishes, you only need five types of pots and pans to make any recipe. That would be a stock pot, sauce pan, sauté pan, large nonstick skillet, and small nonstick skillet—all of which are available from popular cookware brand Abbio Kitchen.

However, purchasing the appropriate cookware is only the first step. The second step is to make proper use of them. “Always use the right sized pot or pan for the work,” Di Pietro emphasises. “This is honestly a really under-rated and rarely spoken topic,” she continues. “I shudder when I see someone attempting to cook with a pan that is far too small for the task at hand.” This is due to the fact that doing so might alter the flavour and texture of a dish.

Now that you’ve gathered all of this knowledge, scroll down to find the only pots and pans you’ll ever need.

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Abbio pots and pans are available for purchase.

$105.00 for a stock pot

According to Di Pietro, this pot isn’t simply for stock. It’s designed for quick and equal heat distribution, making it ideal for large-batch cooking. Not only is the six-quart capacity ideal for practically any large or little cooking endeavour, but it also makes the transition from stovetop searing to oven braising a snap (pork shoulder, anyone?).

$80.00 for a sauce pan

“If you’re a beginner cook, get yourself an Abbio Sauce Pan, a dozen eggs, and some butter or olive oil, and go cooking!” Di Pietro advises. She uses it for a variety of tasks, including making porridge, poached eggs, and brewing tea. It’s also ideal for reheating soups and other liquid-based dishes, as well as cooking whole grains like rice and steaming vegetables. The sauce pan’s reasonable two-quart capacity makes it the kitchen’s secret workhorse. Plus, the tapered lip on this one makes pouring simple and mess-free.

$95.00 for a sauté pan

This pan is one of the most versatile in the kitchen, capable of frying chicken cutlets, scorching pork chops, and finishing spaghetti alla puttanesca. Its 3.5-quart capacity makes it not just a good size for practically any cooking operation, but also a durable and easy-to-handle appliance. For rapid, spill-free cooking, the Abbio handle, fitting cover, and added assistance handle for extra heat protection are ideal. “If I were to develop my own pan, it would appear similar to the Abbio Sauté Pan,” Di Pietro says.

$95.00 for a large nonstick skillet

While many nonstick pans have a limited lifespan, Di Pietro has continued cooking with her 11-inch Abbio Large Nonstick Skillet for almost two years and has no plans to stop. The best aspect about this pan is that because of the durable, scratch-resistant, easy-to-clean covering, you can use less oil while cooking items like eggs, crepes, grilled sandwiches, bacon, or seared salmon. It’s also oven-safe up to 450°F.

$80.00 for a small nonstick skillet

Finally, the Small Nonstick Skillet, like the Abbio Sauce Pan, is the ideal size for cooking (or reheating), as well as prepping toppings, sides, or small courses. This eight-inch pan, like its bigger cousin, is oven-safe up to 450°F and ergonomically designed for effortless movement, pouring, and flipping. It’s also scratch-resistant, which is a plus.

The total cost of the package is $355.00.

Are you ready to completely revamp your cookware collection? Invest in Abbio’s entire collection. You’ll save $100 on the stock pot, sauce pan, sauté pan, large nonstick skillet, and small nonstick skillet when you buy all five items together.

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