Mauviel Copper Tarte Tatin Pan

In the late 1800s, the Tatin sisters, who ran an inn in France's Loire Valley, created an upside-down apple tart that still bears their name: tarte Tatin. This rich and rustic dessert turns out beautifully, with perfectly caramelized sugar and a glistening amber finish, when prepared in our classic French copper pan. It's crafted in France by Mauviel, a family-owned maker of fine copper cookware since 1830. Heavy-gauge 2mm copper exterior conducts heat superbly with precise temperature control to help sugar caramelize properly. Stainless-steel interior is nonreactive and easy to clean. Also recommended for baking cobblers, quiches and frittatas.
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Review 1 for Mauviel Copper Tarte Tatin Pan
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yoginancy
Castine, ME
July 23, 2010
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5 star tarte tatin with this pan
July 23, 2010
Tarte tatin in the past had been hit or miss using the good commercial quality pans I have. Sometime the apples would burn, sometimes the apples were too mushy from overcooking. NO MORE! The use of this pan has changed all of that. Now the Tarte Tatin is perfect every time! The Mauviels make beautiful and wonderful cooking pieces. Wish I had more of them!
Review 2 for Mauviel Copper Tarte Tatin Pan
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Totten
New York
March 23, 2009
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This is a wonderful pan
March 23, 2009
Not only does it do a fantastic job with an authentic Tarte Tatin, it is multi-purpose for gratins or even, in a pinch, stove top use - which is also what makes it so great for the Tarte Tatin. It conducts heat beautifully, and you will wish that all your pots and pans were Mauviel!