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8 New Recipes To Cook In Your HexClad Pans

by HexClad Admin

8 New Recipes To Cook In Your HexClad Pans

If you’re looking for new recipe ideas to make the most of your HexClad pans, then look no further. We have ideas to break in your roasting pan, DIY pizza, a gorgeous Persian rice pudding to wow guests, and a challah-inspired pita recipe that’s perfect for a weekend project, among other things.


If you’ve been wondering whether you should just tuck your roasting pan at the back of a cabinet until next Thanksgiving, think again. Your roasting pan is good for more than turkey. Try it with one of these new recipes for stunning, laid-back main dishes:

  • Rosemary-Dijon Leg of Lamb Roast: This might be the ultimate recipe for roasted leg of lamb. You’ll start by dry-rubbing the lamb with salt and pepper so every bite is evenly infused with flavor. Then, you’ll coat it in a delicious garlic, mustard, and rosemary sauce before sending it to the oven for a long roast. This evergreen recipe is perfect for year-round festivities, from Easter lunches to laid-back autumnal dinner parties to Christmas dinner. Serve it with your favorite type of potatoes (roasted, baked, or mashed would all be delicious), as well as something green like peas, asparagus, Swiss chard, and/or Tuscan kale. Get the recipe for Rosemary-Dijon Leg of Lamb Roast here.
  • Hot Maple Glazed Ham: A truly celebration-worthy dish, this glazed ham has a bit of a kick thanks to the triple threat of sriracha, red pepper flakes, and ground black pepper. It’s dreamy served with fluffy buttermilk biscuits and mustard, or as the centerpiece of your Easter dinner alongside mashed peas and potato gratin. You really can’t go wrong. Serve leftovers on sandwiches with chutney and peppery greens like arugula or watercress. Get the recipe for Hot Maple Glazed Ham here.
  • Citrus Roasted Salmon with Salsa Verde: A perfectly roasted side of salmon is pièce de résistance of any dinner party. This rendition gently bakes atop an entire pound of citrus, which infuses the flesh with a gentle sweetness. You’ll serve it with a lemony parsley-basil salsa verde that packs a punch with anchovies, garlic, and capers. Get the recipe for Citrus Roasted Salmon with Salsa Verde here.


Got your hands on the new Hybrid Pizza Steel? You’re probably ready to break it in with restaurant-worthy pies). If you don’t have one yet but are craving pizza, you can always make a stovetop pizza in your HexClad skillet.

  • Basic Pizza Dough Recipe: Forget the premade stuff—making your own pizza dough is way easier than you’d think. Whether you have a stand mixer or want to make the dough with your hands, our recipe for basic pizza dough will turn out a crackly, deeply-flavored crust to adorn with your favorite toppings.
  • Margherita Pizza: Any pizzaiolo worth their salt can make a mean margherita pizza. It’s all about the ingredients: canned whole peeled tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and fresh basil leaves. Our recipe uses just a bit of garlic and finishes each pie off with a drizzle of olive oil like the pros do.
  • Pepperoni Pizza: No more fighting over who gets the slice with the most pepperoni. When making your own pepperoni pizza at home, you can be as aggressive with salami as you like. Pro tip: Our recipe calls for pizza sauce, which usually comes in 24-ounce jars. If you’re just making one pie, you’ll likely have a generous amount leftover. Freeze it in ½ cup portions and defrost them for future pies.


Some recipes take a little more time than weeknights allow. Set aside a few hours on Saturday or Sunday to try out one of these delightful recipes.

  • Challah Pita: This recipe by Jake Cohen combines the tender crumb of challah bread in a convenient handheld portion. You’ll serve it with a honey-spiked cream cheese schmear that’s borderline addictive.
  • Sholeh Zard: If you love rice pudding and/or arroz con leche, then you’ll want to try Nixta Taqueria’s recipe for Sholeh Zard. Inspired by the Persian dessert, the rice pudding is infused with turmeric, saffron, and cinnamon. But the best part of all may be the beautiful pink topping, made from finely ground freeze-dried strawberries.

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