I love Rachael Ray cookware and so it seems does a good proportion of the population. It would have to be one of the most popular brands on our site. This is why whenever a new piece of cookware in the Rachael Ray line becomes available it always generates a lot of attention and I can see that this one will do the same.
I much prefer the ‘Everything Pan’ title because this handy pan is very versatile and you will find yourself using it for more than just casseroles.
This is a nice sized pan at 5.5qt. It comes with a sizable cooking surface to allow you enough room to sear meat with the high sides giving you the opportunity to easily add plenty of ingredients without any problem.
The pan is made from a hard anodized construction. What this means is that you have a strong durable pot that distributes heat evenly. This means no hot spots when you cook so foods cook nice and evenly.
The surface is non-stick so foods release easily and clean up is quick and easy. This will be important as you can’t put this one in the dishwasher.
The handles of this pan are covered with a grippy silicone coating so they stay cool on the stove top and you can maintain a good grip on the pot when lifting from the stove.
What I love about this pan is that you can transfer it from stove top to the oven as it is oven safe to 400F….nice! This saves you having to transfer the contents of the pot to another oven-safe pan. It’s nice not having to wash up more pots and pans than you need to.
The pan comes with a glass lid so you can monitor foods without having to constantly remove the lid. This ensures that moisture is retained and you don’t have to worry about scalding yourself with escaping steam when the lid is removed.
It’s also good to see that Rachael Ray has enough faith in her products to back it this one up with a lifetime warranty.
It’s currently only available in orange but as with most of the Rachael Ray cookware line it is most likely that other colors will become available in the near future.
Want to Read Reviews?
You can read reviews for the Rachael Ray Orange Everything Pan/Covered Casserole at Cooking.com