Tupperware® Daily Universal Cookware Set

Tupperware® Daily Universal Cookware Set

SKU: 10049000925

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Your must-have cookware starter set!

This cookware set focuses on the essentials to take you from the simplest recipes for everyday cooking into special, more complex dishes that will boost your cooking skills to the next level. High quality stainless steel construction can give years of reliable performance.

Set includes one 7.4-quart/7 L stockpot, one 4.2-quart/4 L stockpot, one 9½-inch/24 cm non-stick frypan, and three glass covers.


  • 3-ply construction: base made of an aluminum layer (heats fast and evenly distributes heat) encapsulated by stainless steel (reaches high temperatures and retains heat)
  • Versatile: designed to cook evenly on virtually any stovetop, including ceramic, induction, gas, and electric
  • Tempered glass covers: no need to lift lid to check cooking progress; same size cover for each pan 
  • Dual purpose knobs: Covers feature a wide, easy grip knob which is also a utensil rest.
  • The waterless way: designed to lock in flavor and nutrients of food without adding extra water or fat
  • Simple storage: nests to optimize space in drawers and cupboards


Dimensions (Metric/US):

Large stockpot: H 17 x W 37.1 (w/ handles) x Ø 24 cm
        H 6.7 x W 14.6 (w/ handles) x Ø 9.5 inch

Small stockpot: H 9.5 x W 37.1 (w/ handles) x Ø 24 cm
        H 3.7 x W 14.6 (w/ handles) x Ø 9.5 inch 

Frypan: H 4.8 x L 43.7 (w/ handle) x Ø 24 cm
        H 1.9 x L 17.2 (w/ handle) x Ø 9.5 inch

Volume (Metric/US):

Large stockpot: 7 L/7.4 Qt
Small stockpot: 4 L/4.2 Qt
Frypan: 1.7 L/1.8 Qt


  • Remove stickers and wash pans before first use.
  • Do not use abrasive cleaning pads or abrasive cleaners on non-stick or polished surfaces.
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Do not use metal or sharp utensils in non-stick pan.
  • Safe for stovetop
  • Not safe for microwave, oven, grill/broil function, or campfire
  • Keep out of reach of children.

Browning with a stainless steel interior

  • For frying with a stainless steel interior, achieving the right temperature is required to prevent sticking and optimize browning of meat. Check the temperature by sprinkling drops of water over the preheated stainless steel pan, without any grease. If the drops start rolling, that means your pan has reached the right temperature.
  • Pro Chef Tip: Instead of pouring the oil into the pan, baste/coat the food with oil and then cook it. This will place fat only where the food is in contact with the pan, preventing excess "free fat" around the food from burning and creating unnecessary fumes and spattering.
  • Turn off your stovetop five minutes before the end of the cooking time. The encapsulated base will keep the pan hot enough to finish the cooking process.

Waterless cooking

No need to strip away the flavor and nutrient rich skin! For most vegetables, a gentle scrub is all you need before cooking.​

  • Rinse vegetables.​
  • Put contents in pan and place on heat source. Be sure to use the correct size pan, one that the food fills about 2/3 full. Cooking with a pan too large for the food can destroy vitamins and minerals, dry out foods, and possibly cause the food to burn. For food with low moisture content, you might need to add a minimal quantity of water.​
  • Place the lid on the pan.​
  • Adjust heat setting, usually medium heat to generate steam.​
  • When steam begins, lower the heat setting, usually between lowest to medium heat.​
  • Cooking time would start from this point.​


When boiling salted water in the cookware, add salt to the water when it's already boiling, making sure to disperse salt evenly. This reduces the risk of pitting.

To ensure success with waterless cooking:​

  • To form the vapor seal, heat setting is important!​ Find the right temperature settings: If the rim spits moisture, the temperature is too high.​ If the lid does not spin freely on a cushion of water after forming the vapor seal, the temperature is too low.​
  • Don’t open the lid until the cooking time is done.​
  • If at first you are concerned about cooking without water, add 30ml or 45ml of water to the pan after rinsing your vegetables and cook as directed. As your confidence builds, you can reduce the amount of water used.​
  • When finished cooking, test for doneness with a fork. If not done, cover the vessel and add 30ml of water to the rim to re-establish the vapor seal. Cook over low heat for 5 to 10 minutes.


Limited lifetime warranty against defects in the material or workmanship under normal or household non-commercial use and cared for in accordance to instructions.

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