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What is the Difference Between a Saucepan and a Saucier?

Saucepan vs Saucier

A saucepan and a saucier are comparable in nature as they both have a long handle and can be used to make boil pasta, sauces, and saute food. The main difference lies in their shape: a saucepan has straight sides, similar to a saute pan but taller and a saucier is rounded and shaped like a bowl, ideal for use with a whisk, spoon, or spatula.

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Jennifer Baron

My name is Jennifer Baron and I have a love and passion for cooking fresh, home-style, clean, healthy and nutritious recipes for 30 years. I’ve worked in the food industry since I was 16 years old

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