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Paula Deen Enamel on Steel Stockpot

Paula Deen Enamel on Steel Stockpot

: Paula Deen

Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,

This Paula Deen Enamel on Steel Stockpot is the perfect pot to simmer up your favorite soups and stews. It comes with a tight-fitting lid and induction-friendly base. The speckled exterior is country chic, just like Paula! With a 12-quart capacity, the pot can be used in almost any big recipe. 

A large pot like this one can be intimidating, but that is why I love the lightweight design! This makes the whole pot much more manageable, as opposed to some of the heavier stockpots on the market. It is perfect for making large batches of soup. I also love using it for boiling potatoes to make mashed potatoes.

There is a matching lid included with this stockpot. I love how the lid sits inside the pot because it prevents me from knocking it off. It also does a great job of containing heat so your food cooks quickly and evenly.

The color of the speckled pot reminds me of vintage pots and pans from the fifties. The beautiful enameled colors look great in most kitchens and since the pot is quite large, I tend to keep it out on the stovetop in full display. Every household needs a reliable stockpot like this one from Paula Deen's line of cookware!

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