Cuisinart mcp-12 review
The Cuisinart MCP-12 MultiClad Pro stainless steel 12- piece cookware set is a state of the art device for preparing sumptuous meals in the kitchen. It consists of twelve pots and pans of various sizes, the largest of which is a 3¼- quart sauté pan. A steamer insert is also included in the package. The set is currently on sale at Amazon for $225, down from the regular price of $610— a great big saving! The individual items of the Cuisinart MCP-12 set can also be purchased individually.
Cuisinart mcp-12 review Pros & Cons
The sheer esthetics of these pots is a big pro. The stainless steel lids help to keep the nutrients from seeping out. The combination of metals— aluminum core and stainless steel interior and exterior— is the key to its first rate cooking performance; these metals are inert and will not contaminate the food cooked in them. Heat from the range is distributed evenly over the pots and will not accumulate too much in one area. An added bonus: Even as the pots heat up evenly, they remain cool enough to touch. The items are also designed so that hot liquid can be poured from them without dripping, can withstand range temperatures up to 500°, and are dishwasher- safe. The only real cons of the Cuisinart MCP-12 are, first, that it cannot be gift wrapped, which is a disappointment to those who might wish to send one to a friend or family member for Christmas this year (it would make a wonderful gift). The buyer will have to wrap the package himself. The second is its limited lifetime warranty.
Cuisinart mcp-12 reviews
“I’ve owned this 12 piece set for over a year, and can’t offer enough praise. It still looks brand new (use Barkeepers Friend to clean it). It heats evenly and quickly, retains heat for a long time, sears and browns well without burning, handles comfortably, cleans up easily and looks great! I’m fortunate enough to have several different types of cookware to compare. My cookware includes: All-Clad, JC Penny Elite (5 ply Copper Core), Chefmate tri-ply, Hard Anodized non-stick and Cuisinart Tri-Ply Copper. In my opinion, the All-Clad Stainless Steel line is much overrated. Its great cookware, but has no rolled edges for easy pouring without making a mess, and I prefer the handles on just about any other brand. All-Clad’s materials and construction are the same as the other premium lines, with the exception of the rolled edges. Incidentally, staunch supporters of All-Clad make inferences of inferiority when speaking of other brands such as Cuisinart, stating ‘it ‘s made in China.’ I have two All-Clad pans hanging on the pot rack right now, one made in China, and the other made in Indonesia. Most of their line is made in the USA, but premium cookware made overseas (including some of their own lines) is not inferior! …With so many high end brands after your hard earned dollar, you can buy similar quality and performance, but there is no better value than Cuisinart Multiclad. It ‘s heirloom quality and will be your last cookware purchase. Update: I reviewed this cookware set some time ago, and thought it appropriate to write an update. I ‘ve been reading through all the reviews that have been written since my first review, and everyone seems to say ‘as good as All-Clad.’”
Cuisinart mcp-12 review – Result
The Cuisinart MCP-12 has been given a five- star rating by the overwhelming majority of reviewers.
The Cuisinart MCP-12 has been frequently bought together with twelve oz. Bar Keepers’ Friend cookware cleanser & polish. This high quality powder removes stains and rust from stainless steel with little effort, thus keeping it looking fresh and new. It can also be used on other surfaces, including tiles and porcelain. There is also twelve- oz. Bar Keepers’ Friend cleanser & polish.
So if you are looking for something to help you cook like those pro- chefs on the Food Network channel, then go online to Amazon and buy yourself a Cuisinart MCP-12 to use in your kitchen to roast the turkey for Christmas dinner this season.