This All-in-One Pan Makes My Weeknight Meals a Total Breeze (And It’s Pretty Enough to Leave on the Stove!)

published May 11, 2023
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A bowl of chicken salad
Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman/Kitchn; Food Styling: Cyd McDowell

I test a lot of cookware for my job, which means I have a lot of pieces of kitchen gear strewn around my apartment. Not just my kitchen, either — I’m talking about on top of shelves, under the bed, and in closets, much to my girlfriend’s chagrin. That’s why I’ve never really needed one of the super-popular all-in-one pans because I’ve always loved the versatility of my arsenal of pots, pans, and skillets. (Plus, getting to whip out an infrequently used piece of cast iron or carbon steel is a great way to justify having them take up space in our apartment.) However, I know not everyone is lucky enough to have amassed a stockpile of cooking equipment, so all-in-one pans can be super useful — especially if you’re working with limited storage space, which many of us are. That’s why I was so excited to find a do-it-all pan that I (actually) like in The Everything Pan from Kilne.  

Quick Overview

A Quick Look at the Kline Everything Pan

  • All-in-one pan that can replace up to 9 pieces of cookware
  • Produced in Italy and made using a patented long-lasting nonstick coating
  • Easy to clean and lightweight
  • Free from all PFAs (including PTFEs, PFOAs, nickel, and heavy metals)
  • 11-inch diameter and 2.75-quart capacity is perfect for 1-2 people
  • Self-basting lid that keeps food moist
  • Multiple color options (Personally, sage is my favorite)

This multipurpose pan replaces up to nine pieces of cookware, saving you space and money, especially if you’re moving into a new place or are just starting your cookware collection. With The Everything Pan, you can fry, sauté, sear, simmer, roast, bake, boil, broil, and more. Produced in Italy and made using Kilne’s patented long-lasting nonstick coating, the pan is both easy to clean and lightweight. It’s also free from all PFAs (including PTFEs, PFOAs, nickel, and heavy metals), and comes with a gorgeous matte finish. The 11-inch diameter and 2.75-quart capacity is perfect for 1-2 people, and the multiple color options fit any and all aesthetics. (Personally, Sage was my favorite.) It’s so pretty, in fact, I hardly ever put it in the cabinet, because it essentially functions as a piece of kitchen decor. 

I love this thing for a few reasons — the first being the self-basting lid. It has a pretty tight fit, and because of the dimples on the underside of the lid, the steam that gets trapped in the pan condensed at localized points, forming droplets that fall evenly back onto whatever you’re cooking, which keeps your food moist and your cooktop free of drips. It’s also perfect for braising because its relatively high walls allow you to add liquid to meals and finish them in the oven. While a lot of the all-in-one pans on the market tend to overpromise and underdeliver, this one has been a total culinary killer so far. And, since I’ve reviewed Kilne and their excellent products in the past, I can’t say I’m surprised — the company is legit.  

Credit: Ian Burke

And, with a litany of great reviews and a five-star average rating on the site, it’s obvious I’m not alone in loving this kitchen workhorse. “Recently got The Everything Pan in meringue and it’s my new go-to favorite,” one reviewer writes. “Easy, great to cook in and super nonstick. I love that it can go from the oven to the stovetop & it looks beautiful! Super excited to try more Kilne cookware in the future.” 

If you need to cut down on cabinet clutter — or you’re just in the market for a great piece of multifunctional cookware that can take care of business in the oven or on the stovetop — there’s no better move than snagging The Everything Pan from Kilne right away. 

Buy: The Everything Pan, $150