Staub Chistera Saute Pan 24cm

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Staub Chistera sauté pan with a diameter of 24cm. This sauté pan is made in France, and is available in a range of colours. This sauté pan has a domed cover, with a design on the underneath that recalls the Chistera, or gloves, used in the game of Basque Pelota. These raised bumps channel condensation back into the dish. It is compatible with induction hobs.

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This Staub sauté pan is 24cm in diameter, with a capacity of 2.4l, and a convex lid with Chistera drop structure. These designs evoke the Chistera, or glove, used to play the game of Basque Pelota.

The little structures create a rainforest effect within the pan. Water condenses on them and drips back down into the bottom of the pan. This means you can cook more healthily, as you can get the same results with less fat. It also keeps vegetables succulent.

This model is available in matte black, grey, blue, grenadine, green or red. Staub is the number one in majolica enamel. Their craftsmanship in this traditional process allows them to obtain deep, intense colours. No fewer than three layers of enamel are required for this quality of finish. During the manufacturing process in their French workshops, there are 100 quality control checks to ensure that this high level of quality is maintained. Staub is the favourite brand of professional chefs.

This Staub sauté pan is 24cm in diameter, with a capacity of 2.4l, and a convex lid with Chistera drop structure. These designs evoke the Chistera, or glove, used to play the game of Basque Pelota.

The little structures create a rainforest effect within the pan. Water condenses on them and drips back down into the bottom of the pan. This means you can cook more healthily, as you can get the same results with less fat. It also keeps vegetables succulent.

This model is available in matte black, grey, blue, grenadine, green or red. Staub is the number one in majolica enamel. Their craftsmanship in this traditional process allows them to obtain deep, intense colours. No fewer than three layers of enamel are required for this quality of finish. During the manufacturing process in their French workshops, there are 100 quality control checks to ensure that this high level of quality is maintained. Staub is the favourite brand of professional chefs.

This Staub sauté pan is 24cm in diameter, with a capacity of 2.4l, and a convex lid with Chistera drop structure. These designs evoke the Chistera, or glove, used to play the game of Basque Pelota.

The little structures create a rainforest effect within the pan. Water condenses on them and drips back down into the bottom of the pan. This means you can cook more healthily, as you can get the same results with less fat. It also keeps vegetables succulent.

This model is available in matte black, grey, blue, grenadine, green or red. Staub is the number one in majolica enamel. Their craftsmanship in this traditional process allows them to obtain deep, intense colours. No fewer than three layers of enamel are required for this quality of finish. During the manufacturing process in their French workshops, there are 100 quality control checks to ensure that this high level of quality is maintained. Staub is the favourite brand of professional chefs.