The 10 Best Sauciers

video play icon

This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in February of 2019. While you can make sauces and gravies in regular cookware, the more resources and energy you spend on complicated recipes, the more you'll realize it's time to invest in a saucier. Our selection will offer you the construction you need in order to avoid hot spots, along with rounded, sloped sides that will accommodate frequent whisking and allow reductions to evaporate faster. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Le Creuset Tri-Ply

2. All-Clad 4212

3. Anolon Nouvelle

Editor's Notes

February 28, 2019:

When working with complicated and time-consuming sauces, many experienced cooks will spend whatever it takes to get the most even heating but we also wanted to include a few options for beginners who are just dabbling and not ready to make a large investment into their cookware. The Le Creuset Tri-Ply and the All Clad 4212 took the top spots because they are the perfect shape for whisking and plus they offer reliable heating distribution and retention.

4. Le Creuset Cast-Iron

5. Zwilling Aurora

6. Anolon Anodized

7. Cuisinart Chef's Classic

8. Viking Professional 5-Ply

9. Emeril Lagasse 1-Quart

10. Farberware Classic

Tina Morna Freitas
Last updated by Tina Morna Freitas

Tina Morna Freitas is a writer who lives in Chicago with her family and three cats. She has a B.A. in anthropology with a minor in English, and has built a freelance career over the years in writing and digital marketing. Her passions for cooking, decorating and home improvement contribute to her extensive knowledge of all things kitchen and home goods. In addition, her 20 years as a parent inform her expertise in the endless stream of toys and equipment that inevitably takes over the homes of most parents. She also enjoys gardening, making and sipping margaritas, and aspires to be a crazy cat lady once all the children are grown.

Thanks for reading the fine print. About the Wiki: We don't accept sponsorships, free goods, samples, promotional products, or other benefits from any of the product brands featured on this page, except in cases where those brands are manufactured by the retailer to which we are linking. For more information on our rankings, please read about us, linked below. The Wiki is a participant in associate programs from Amazon, Walmart, Ebay, Target, and others, and may earn advertising fees when you use our links to these websites. These fees will not increase your purchase price, which will be the same as any direct visitor to the merchant’s website. If you believe that your product should be included in this review, you may contact us, but we cannot guarantee a response, even if you send us flowers.