Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel Cookware, 12-Piece Set Review

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If youre looking for a designers cookware set for your home, consider buying the Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel Cookware. We tried this elegant 12-Piece Set and are bringing you the conclusions in this review.

Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel Cookware, 12-Piece Set Review

Key Features

Non-stick skillets

Stainless-steel cookware is usually not non-stick. However, this set offers two non-stick, Teflon-finish, easy to clean skillets.

Designed by a famous chef

This cookware set was designed by Paula Deen, an American celebrity chef, restaurant owner, and a cooking show host. As the designer of this cookware set is a chef herself, we are sure that this is an impeccable, easy-to-use, valuable and versatile set that will meet all your cooking needs.

High-quality stainless steel

All vessels were made of superb stainless-steel. They are nickel-free. This choice of steel ensures a safe and perfect cooking experience.


All vessels can be washed in the dishwasher, using high-quality detergents and tablets. The skillets, however, must be washed separately, by hand. This is because of the Teflon finish. Furthermore, if you want to preserve the beautiful copper color handles, you should wash the lids by hand too.

Suitable for the oven

The maximum temperature suitable for these vessels is 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Apart from the oven, the set can be used on most of the cooking surfaces, including electric, gas, radiant glass, and ceramic surfaces. The only disadvantage of this set is the fact that you cannot use them with the induction cooktops.


This 12-piece set contains three different saucepans with matching lids, a large stock pot with its lid, two Teflon-finish aluminum skillets, and a slotted spoon and spatula.


Each vessel comes with a ring. You can hang the vessels vertically if you want to save precious space in your kitchen.

Aesthetically pleasing set

This designers set is suitable for an elegant table presentation of your dishes as well. Remove the lids and use your pots as classy presentation cookware.


  • Non-stick skillets.
  • Easy to clean Teflon finish.
  • Quick heat transmission.
  • Low cooking time.
  • Reasonable price good value for the money.
  • Oven-safe.
  • Comes with additional kitchen tools.
  • Long-lasting cookware.
  • Lifetime limited warranty included.
  • Ergonomic design.


  • Not suitable for induction cooktops.
  • Skillets must be cleaned separately, by hand.
  • The lids should be cleaned by hand in order to preserve the copper-colored details.
  • Some people dont prefer aluminum cookware.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answer:Yes. All items of the set is dishwasher-safe. However, the skillets should be washed by hand in order to prevent Teflon damage. If you want to preserve the copper-color finish on the handles and other details, make sure you wash the lids by hand as well.

Answer:There are three saucepans, a 1-quart, 2-quart, and a 3-quart saucepan. They all come with their matching lids. The stock pot has a 6-quart capacity. There are two non-stick skillets. One of them has an 8-inch diameter, while the other has a 10-inch diameter. The spatula and the spoon have standard dimensions and are ergonomically designed.

Answer: Unfortunately, this set cannot be used on the induction top. However, you can use it on gas, ceramic, radiant, halogen, and electric tops, as well as the oven.

Answer:The skillets dont come with their own lids. However, the pot lids do fit the skillets and you can use them according to your needs and requirements.

Answer:The set, including the additional cooking utensils and the lids, is made in the USA. The country of origin is also the USA.

Answer:Impact Bonded base was used in all pots and pans. This helps spread the heat evenly. It prevents forming any hot-spots, burning your food, and it also shortens the cooking time.

Answer:Yes, this set comes with a lifetime limited warranty.


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