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    Sugar pan - Pans

    The sugar pan, also known as a sugar pan or caramel pan, is a kitchen utensil specially designed to heat and melt sugar. It is used to prepare various sweet preparations, such as caramel, sugar sauces, pralines, and much more. Sugar pans are typically made of copper, stainless steel or aluminum, and are designed for even heat distribution.

    Some characteristics of sugar pans include:


    Copper: Copper pans are appreciated for their excellent thermal conductivity, which allows a fast and even heating of sugar. This quality is essential when preparing caramel, because the sugar must melt and caramelize quickly.

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    ... steel: Stainless steel pans are durable, corrosion resistant and easy to maintain. They can also be used to melt sugar, although their thermal conductivity may be slightly lower than that of copper.
    Aluminum: Aluminum pans are lightweight and heat up quickly, but they may not maintain heat as evenly as copper or stainless steel.
    Shape: The sugar pans generally have a low and wide enough shape to allow an even distribution of heat over the entire surface of the sugar. Some models may have a spout to facilitate the pouring of caramel or sauce.

    Handle: The handles are usually made of cast iron or stainless steel to allow easy handling and a secure grip.

    For European manufacturers of sugar pans, here are some well-known brands:


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