Enamel Pot Size Guide: How Big Is A Better Choice Of Pot For Your Needs?

Currently enamel pots are commonly available in sizes 16cm, 18cm, 20cm, 22cm, 24cm, 26cm, 28cm and 30cm.

The 24cm is the most recommended size for almost any dish. If you look through the stainless steel pots and pans that are commonly used at home, they are basically the same size. It can be used for stewing meat, marinating meat, marinating pig’s feet, congee for 4-5 people and hotpot. For stewing whole chicken, use a small whole chicken, about 1kg, otherwise there will be no soup to drink. For roast chicken, a medium-sized chicken is fine. The wok also works well for stir-frying, and no grains of rice will fly out when you stir-fry with two cups of rice.


26cm: The size is not only large but also very heavy. Think about whether you will be using it a lot before you buy it. Apart from stewing a large chicken, the most important thing is that it can be steamed (and easily taken out) in a dish, and 8-10 people can have hotpot together.


Of course, if you have a large family or friends who visit often, the 30cm enamel pan is even better for hosting get-togethers. You can have the full size of the enamel pan for all your cooking needs.


Post time: Aug-11-2022