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I love As Seen on TV products, and will watch the commercials on end if you let me. What I don’t do often is order the products, although I have in the past and some have been hits and some have been misses. When I was contacted to review the Copper Chef I was ecstatic! I had just watched the infomercial a few nights before and had told my husband that I needed to have that pan. It looked amazing! Now let’s see if it lives up to that commercial………
I received a Copper Chef pan with lid, a fry basket and roast rack/steamer tray. The package also included a recipes booklet and a set of utensils. The pan itself is lightweight and square shaped and deep which provides 25% more cooking space than traditional pans. It features a Cerami-Tech Non-Stick Technology so nothing sticks to the pan, nothing!
The innovative stainless steel induction technology distributes the heat to all four corners of the pan for even cooking every time and it can withstand up to 850 degrees! You can use the Copper Chef as a frying pan, roaster, rice cooker, baking pan, stock pot and more!
It also works on ALL stovetops: Gas, electric, ceramic, and induction so everyone can use it!
I was ready to cook the minute I took it out of the box and the first thing I decided to try was the pork chop recipe from the booklet. Now, with my other pans, heck, all of my pans, pork chops tend to adhere to the pan as soon as I place them in the pan unless of course, I add some sort of fat, which I don’t like to do.
So, the first thing I did was place the pork chop in the pan, without any sort of spray or fat and then moved it to see if it stuck and it didn’t, at all, the entire time it was cooking. The two you see were rather large, but if you do the boneless chops you could probably cook up to four at a time.
The chops came out perfectly!
The next day I decided to try another protein that always sticks, chicken. This time, I put them in frozen and in 15 minutes it was thawed and not sticking to the pan.
This is amazing to me since chicken and pork always sticks. Not this time and not with this pan.
I also steamed some veggies using the roast rack. It was easy to put together, you just put the little legs on the bottom and you are good to go.
All I did was put some chicken broth in the bottom of the pan, placed the tray inside and added the veggies on top then put the lid on. It took about 20 minutes and they came out perfectly done and delicious.
Last but not least, I wanted to try a dessert to fully get a good review of what this pan was capable of. I decided, with the help of the boys, to make the S’mores cake from the booklet. Once the ingredients are in the pan you put the entire pan directly into the oven. This is what I was waiting for, to see how baking held up in the pan. Well, lets just say that it was amazing and so was the recipe, the boys loved it and I loved the clean-up.
Oh right, the clean-up is an absolute dream come true. After the pork chops and chicken, I literally could just wipe it out with a damp cloth, it was that easy. I did add some warm soapy water to wash it out and towel dried it immediately. It is also dishwasher safe, so you don’t even need to do what I did but I was curious to see how easy it was.
Want a pan of your own?
Right now you can purchase the Copper Chef online for 3 payments of $24.99 and Free Shipping or from Amazon.com It is definitely worth every penny, and would make a great gift for someone who loves to cook.
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