Misen’s New Nonstick Cookware Line Includes a Revamped Version of Its Best-Selling Skillet

published Apr 27, 2022
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One kitchen brand that our editors reach for over and over again in their own kitchens is Misen. Whether it’s the chef’s knife that I gave my family for the holidays last year or the roasting pan that doubles as a flawless baking sheet for our senior commerce editor, Danielle, we firmly believe that you can’t go wrong with a few Misen upgrades in your kitchen. Now, Misen has pulled out all the stops with a huge announcement that launches today: a new line of nonstick cookware.

The new Misen nonstick collection includes an array of cookware perfect for making both cooking and cleanup a million times easier. After launching a Kickstarter in September for their nonstick cookware, over 6,000 excited customers backed the campaign, eager to try these pots and pans. Designed to last 2.5 times longer than regular nonstick pans, these PFOA-free pans are made with a thick aluminum core to ensure even heating for easy cooking. Even though they’re nonstick, they’re still oven-safe up to 450 degrees, making them ideal for frittatas and baked pastas or finishing dishes in the oven. And, much like the rest of the Misen catalog, they’re sold at a great price point. Included in the launch is a revamp of their always sold-out nonstick skillets, plus exciting releases like a stockpot and 3-quart sauté pan, all of which we’ve rounded up for you below. Happy shopping!

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Misen's redesign of their popular nonstick skillets includes a new ceramic outer coating and an all-stainless steel handle that's even more user friendly. They kept the same high-quality nonstick surface with a titanium-infused plasma primer that ensures food slides right off. So whether you're making scrambled eggs, pancakes, or pan-seared salmon, this handy pan will make cooking and cleanup a breeze. It comes in three sizes, 8- 10- or 12-inch, or you can buy all three together to save $30.

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A rondeau is a classic restaurant staple, perfect for braising, frying, simmering, searing, and more. Because each of these tasks can lead to stuck-on food, this nonstick rondeau is a great option for simpler cooking. It also has wide stainless steel handles for a secure grip, whether you're using it on the stove or in the oven.

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A sauté pan is perfect for simmering, braising, shallow-frying, and of course, sautéing — just to name a few! This new 3-quart pan from Misen is wide enough for simmering a large batch of sauce, making a stir fry dinner, or poaching eggs. It has a flat, wide cooking surface area and straight sides that allow for boiling water for an easy one-pot pasta. And, its nonstick surface means that you won't be scrubbing the pan for ages when it's time to cleanup.

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We love a saucier for simmering sauces and reheating single-servings of leftovers. This lidded Misen saucier comes in both 2- and 3-quart sizes for making small batches of soup, homemade sauce, or even sticky caramel. The rounded edges — in addition to the amazing nonstick properties — will help prevent your food from burning and getting stuck in the corners. And the stay-cool ergonomic handle will allow you easy manuerving when you're busy whisking or stirring.

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With even heating on all sides, this nonstick stockpot can handle a large batch of soup or stew or homemade stock. And yet, because it's just under 6 inches deep, it's not too big that taking it out frequently will be a hassle. It'll become your new pasta night pot, perfect for making enough for the entire family. Even sticky sauces and seared meat will slide off the surface.

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If you can't decide on just one item, Misen has also included a few cookware sets. The first is this 5-piece set that features the lidded saucier and sauté pans, plus the 10-inch skillet, followed by a 9-piece set that also tacks on the 12-inch pan, a 12-inch lid, and the lidded stock pot. Finally, the 12-piece set includes everything mentioned before, as well as a second saucier and the lidded rondeau. Whether you need a few pieces or an entirely new setup, these sets are a great deal!