“As if the warm wood handle and cool design of this classic Dansk saucepan weren’t enough, the white interior is ideal for cooking caramel, where slight changes of color matter greatly in determining doneness.”
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The company Dansk was originally founded by Ted and Martha Nierenberg, two native Americans who curiously observed a pair of metal and wood flatware during their visit to one of the most notable design museums in Denmark.
It was way back in 1954 when they framed the name Kobenstyle for their cookware styles. It was deliberately made lightweight, unlike the conventional heavy cast iron pans and pots that were being used in the households. They incorporated the use of carbon steel coating, with casseroles and pots having angular side handles. The design of the lids was such that it could be practically reversed to act as trivets. And as time went by, this design became the benchmark for modern cookware.
The Dansk Kobenstyle Saucepan also submissively follows the same heritage. This Scandinavian designed cookware has been built using the signature lightweight enameled steel. It is also promptly recognizable from the very first look, all thanks to its nostalgic colors and design. The elegant lid that can be flipped to act as a trivet makes this saucepan a center of attraction on the dining table.
Having a total capacity of 2Qt, it is safe to use on almost all the types of cooktop surfaces. The wooden handle that can be seen on all the colored versions of this saucepan gives this overall cookware an up-market and premium look.
The best part in the functionality of this saucepan is that, you can slip a thin wooden spoon in through the lid’s handle to lift it and remove it.