When it comes to Rachael Ray cookware, you’ll be reassured with a lifetime warranty on most of her best cookware sets. The signature designs and color schemes on the cookware also give out a premium and classy impression. Honestly, these cookware sets aren’t perfect but they are somewhere close to that level.
If you ever went shopping for Rachael Ray cookware sets you’ll notice that there are various sets available. Rachel Ray cookware sets comes in various kinds of designs and materials. Cookware sets that range from hard anodized to hard enamel can all be found in various collections.
Instead of being spoiled for choice, here are recommendations of the best Rachel Ray cookware sets that I have used.
Best Rachael Ray Cookware Set – Hard Anodized II 10-Pc Set
The hard anodized series is one of the best Rachael Ray cookware. The 10-piece hard anodized set from Rachael Ray doesn’t only look stunning but performs excellently as well.
The handles have a russet hue that has an amazing grip and is slip resistant. The matte black exterior also makes the cookware set versatile enough to be used in any kitchen setting.
This cookware set is also oven friendly. Which means this set including the grips and handles are heat resistant up to 350 degrees F. There is also a durable non stick coating that surrounds the interior of the cookware.
Rachael Ray Pots and Pans
I absolutely hate it when I have to break my perfect sheets of pasta to get them to fit into my pots. Thankfully, the Rachael Ray covered oval pasta pot is designed perfectly to accommodate any size of pasta I can throw at it.
The hard anodized pasta pot has a glass lid which is perfect which is see through so I can check to see if my pasta is boiling without taking off the lid. Which is a plus point because I won’t be disrupting the internal temperature. This oval pot also has a nonstick interior and is oven safe up to 400 degrees F. So if you ever need to bake your pasta, you’ll be able to do so using this oval pot. Making mac and cheese couldn’t be easier using this pot. A cheaper option is the porcelain enamel version of this pot, which is also non stick.
When it comes to the Rachael Ray skillets, I love this agave blue 2-piece set of skillets. They are so pretty! That’s not all that’s to love about them; the most important part of the skillets are the grip. The long stainless steel handles with a slip resistant rubber grip are awesome.
The surface is also reinforced with a layer of nonstick coating that ensured nothing stuck to the cooking surface. The skillets are also oven friendly up to 400 degrees F. You’ll be able to do a lot with these skillets.
The Rachael Ray 5-quart saute pan is so easy to handle even though it’s oval. Thanks to the ergonomic handle, the length of the handle and the weight of the pan, controlling this piece of cookware is a no brainer and it’s best used on glass cooktops. Sure, it doesn’t look like your conventional saute pan but once you try it you’ll understand what I mean.
The versatility of this pan is endless. If you wanted to, you could fry or even boil your ingredients using this pan. The tall sides makes it roomy enough for all kinds of ingredients.
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