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Can I put my all clad in the oven?

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I want to make a recipe that starts on the stove top then ends in the oven. The recipe calls for a cast iron dutch oven (probably like a le creuset) but the closest thing i have is my big all clad stainless steel sauce pot. Can i stick it in the oven? i looked on their web site and find no info regarding this.

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  1. I don't use All-Clad myself but IIRC, it's all metal - no plastic or wooden handles - so you can put it in the oven at pretty much any temp short of the self-cleaning cycle. Since the lid won't sit as tightly as a cast-iron pot's, you might want to use aluminum foil under the lid (crimp it around the edge) to minimize steam leakage.

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    1. re: MikeG

      No problem at all. In fact, I'd venture the heat is gentler on it than direct heat sources--such as burners--would be. Watch out, though! Because it's clad all the way up, those puppies get hot all over!

    2. Of course you can: it's all metal. I do this all the time.

      1. You can put the stainless steel All Clad for normal operations in the oven.

        Here is the information from All Clad website:

        http://www.all-clad.com/consumer-serv...

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        1. re: Chemicalkinetics

          thanks. somehow i was unable to find this!

        2. Yes. It will be fine.

          1. i've used mine in the oven. actually if i were to go back i'd get saucier shapes with 2 handles rather than a long handle sor this reason.