Friday, 1 July 2016

Heavy Duty, Forged Pots - n - Pans from ProCook

I have some pots and pans that I have had for years, they have cooked so many memorable meals for the family and for Mr R and I.  However, sometimes it is nice to get some new kitchen equipment especially when it fits in so well with what you already have.

When I was younger 'non stick' was great until it got a bit old or you scratched it and suddenly the coating started peeling and you got little bit of black peppering your food and it wasn't pepper!  Nowadays there are some great non stick pans on the market, one set of these was sent to me by ProCook to put through their paces.
The Elite Forged Wok is a really useful size especially as I am only making my stir-fries for myself and Mr R.
I also made the pasta sauce for dinner tonight in the wok, the size was perfect for spaghetti pomodoro for two people with a bit left over for lunch the following day!
The Elite Forged 28cm Shallow Casserole pan with a glass lid is the perfect size to make my somewhat famous pasta sauces in.  The surface is completely non stick due to the triple coated superior non-stick release technology allowing me to saut√© my onions and celery with the minimal amount of oil.  The garlic didn't burn and the bacon cooked up nice and crispy.
I always use plastic, silicone or bamboo utensils in my pans which does give them a longer lifespan in the long run.

The glass lid lets you see through without letting all the steam and therefore flavour escape.

Something else I really like to have on hand when I am cooking is a salt and pepper grinder and Pro-Cook sent me their Soft-Touch Electric Salt & Pepper Mills.
Not only are they sleek and lovely to look at, have a little light when you are grinding so you can see where the spices fall but are also so easy to operate with only one hand leaving the other hand to stir.
My kitchen essential collection just got a bit better thanks to ProCook.

I was sent the three items to review.  I was not paid or required to write a positive review. As usual all opinions and photographs are my own.

14 comments:

  1. These items are beautiful and I would most certainly enjoy having them in my kitchen too.

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    1. It's lovely when you really like a new pan or wok - they seem to cook better.

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  2. Wow.. amazing pots and pans .. and never seen salt and pepper crushers with light. Who wouldn't like to have them in their kitchens.. Lovely !

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    1. There are some really good pot and pan sets on the market these days - these are lovely and heavy and non stick as well.

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  3. Those pots look really good Heidi. The wok looks to be particularly useful.

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    1. I like the wok but it is a bit small for my standard stir-fry but that's because I tend to make quite a lot!

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  4. It's so important to have really good pots, isn't it! Especially if you do a lot of cooking.

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    1. It's funny how you can have your favourites though.

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  5. Lovely collection especially the wok. Always love a good old fashioned heavy wok, makes cooking so much easier!

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    1. A wok can be used to cook so many things - very versatile.

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  6. These pans look really good Heidi, mine are beginning to look a little the worse for wear and I'll certainly be checking out Pro Cook for my replacements.

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    1. They feel really quality and I think will last a long time - no non-stick coating to come off in the cooking either which is always good!

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