Non-stick cookware is among the easiest to use. If you’re a novice home cook, consider a nonstick sauté pan. This one is made of durable aluminum for even heating and is covered with three non-stick layers to prevent sticking. It does not have a second auxiliary handle, but a panhandle and a glass lid handle are covered with silicone to stay cool and give you a good grip. This oven is 400 degrees safe when you need to reheat leftovers. What this pan lacks in diameter, it makes up for in height. Due to the smaller area, it may not fit as many chicken breasts or tofu cutlets, but its depth makes it the best choice if you plan to make a lot of sauces and liquid dishes like pasta or curries.