Thursday, 21 August 2014

My New EcoCookware Designer Cooking without Designer Prices

There is a lot more to the Premier Housewares’ Ecocook range than initially meets the eye, with their stylish design and energy efficient cooking.

I was sent the high sided frying pan, sort of wok like but there are another 5 sizes of saucepan and frying pans in the range.
They have introduced two new colours so as well as the red there is now lime green and black.
The range is  eco-friendly, white ceramic non-stick coating, and able to withstand tremendous heat – up to 280°C – without the risk of blistering or cracking, Ecocook is part of the non stick of the future movement and the coated aluminium pan bodies, are super-efficient heat conductors reducing cooking times and saving energy at the same time. That has to be a win-win for your purse (prices range from £14.99-£32.99) and for the environment!!

The range is suitable for use on gas, electric and halogen hobs, with pans over 20cm also suitable for use on induction hobs.
I wanted a quick supper without a lot of washing up. Being virtually non-stick the Ecocook is perfect for the job. Sauteeing onion, garlic and celery in some olive oil (always start with this trio), add chopped yellow pepper and chopped bacon.
Cooked for 5-6 minutes then added two pots of Lake District Cooking Sauce - tomato and basil.
Further added some tomato puree and a couple of tinned tomatoes.  Simmer for 20-25 minutes and serve on top of spaghetti with grated cheese on top.  There is a lid to keep all the flavours in and flies out!
Thanks to Premier Housewares for this sample - the red fits in well in my kitchen with all my other red pots and pans too.
I did not receive any payment to try this product and as always all opinions and photos are my own.

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