REVIEW | Proware’s Brand New Copper Base Pan range (GIVEAWAY FINISHED)

There was a Giveaway, however this has now finished. Congratulations to Jennifer Hull. 

I feel so lucky, in fact if I’m going to be totally honest, I feel a bit like Santa came to visit four weeks early and left me with the gifts of my dreams. Now, for those of you who are not cooks, kitchenware lovers, or if a boiled egg is the extent of your cooking skill set then don’t click out of this post just yet as I think these beautiful creations might just sway you! Copper pans have been around forever. Only last weekend was I wandering around the antique shops of Hungerford with my husband looking (and wishing) at 19th Century antique copper pans, that still looked as solid and ready to use as I imagine the day they were bought.

The lovely folk at Proware recently sent me a selection of their newest range of copper base pans. After the resounding success of their copper Tri-Ply range, I was beyond excited and I literally could not believe my eyes when the courier huffed and puffed his way up my path with the huge box of goodies. Tilly (cat), diving in to the boxes with me pulling out the pans and stacking them beautifully on top of one another. Carefully inspecting the gorgeous contrast between  stainless steel and copper I was bowled over by the beautiful finish on each pan. Suffice to say I have been Googling “Pan Rack” for the last few weeks.

To be honest it did take me a good week to actually use them as I was so in awe at their shiny, untouched beauty that I didn’t want to tarnish (literally) them in any way. However, my old Ikea pans had been ready for the pan graveyard for a long while and so I started cooking with my new best friends (don’t judge me).

Road testing these pans has been an absolute joy, especially in the heavy-duty build up to the festive season. The hob has been on constantly and the pans have definitely lost their L plates, but have been utterly brilliant. They are so sturdy, easy to clean and there’s no worry about burning fingers or hands on red-hot handles!

Keep scrolling down for your chance to win a Copper base 26cm Sauté Pan

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The pan range:

In the latest copper base range there are 6 individual pans all with beautiful highly polished stainless steel exteriors and a brushed stainless steel interior (other than the milk pan which has a Metal-tool compatible Teflon® Platinum Plus non-stick coating). The Copper base is a 3 layer construction, including encapsulated aluminium and a copper base plate for superior heat distribution.

They are an absolute D.R.E.A.M to cook with. With my regular pans, things frequently sticking and thus burning seemed like the norm, however with these pans, everything I have cooked seems so much more even. They have been designed with such thought, from the comfort of the handles to the rounded edges that make pouring a dream.

14cm Milk pan (rrp. £27)

The durable non-stick coating and even heat conductivity of this item make it ideal for smaller portions of liquid which demand careful treatment. Twin pouring lips are an added feature of this product adding to its functionality.

16cm Saucepan (rrp.£32)

This is a very versatile size pan; it is small enough to fit in around other items on the hob, while being large enough to hold multiple portions of vegetables. This pan is the smallest in the range to be supplied with a glass lid.

18cm Saucepan (rrp. £36)

The 18cm is a great ‘go to’ pan; ideal for holding several serving of soup, stew, curry or pasta.

20cm Saucepan (rrp. £42)

The largest saucepan in the copper base range, this pan’s tall straight sides help prevent rapid moisture loss, making it ideal for steaming, blanching or making sauces.

24cm Stockpot (rrp. £45)

Whether it’s on the hob-top or in the oven, this stockpot is a slow cooking ‘must have’. It is just what you need for larger soups, pot roasting, jam making, steaming and boiling.

26cm Saute Pan (rrp. £45)

This pan is perfect for sautéing, poaching, searing meat and mid-week family favourites such as bolognaise sauce or curry.

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What are the key features to the copper base range?

  • They are suitable for all hob tops except induction.
  • They have a beautiful cast stainless steel handle and helper handle with ergonomically designed soft grip section to add strength and comfort
  • Heavy duty stainless steel rivets secure handles for a lifetime of safe cooking.
  • Attractive highly polished stainless steel exterior
  • Rolled edges for easier pouring (the milk pan also has lips which are a dream to use!)
  • 5/6 pans have a domed lid with soft grip handle made from 4mm tempered glass with a precision drilled steam vent

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What’s so great about the pans?

  • They are affordable, they are durable and they look dazzlingly good
  • High quality brushed stainless steel interior offers a non-reactive and hygienic cooking surface which will gives years of daily use

How do I buy the pans?

These gorgeous pans are now ready to pre-order via their website HERE for delivery commencing 14th December!

**********TIME FOR A GIVEAWAY!**********

I feel so excited to be able to be doing my first Giveaway a) Just in time for Christmas and b) With Proware, as they really are the very best when it comes to quality, care and design.

Proware have very kindly given one of my lucky readers the chance to win their 26cm Copper Base Sauté Pan. For those who love cooking, it’s something I can guarantee you will use daily, it’s perfect for sautéing, poaching, searing meat and mid-week family favourites such as bolognaise sauce or curry. You can read more about it HERE

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How to Enter

Fill your details in to the Rafflecopter box below.

This giveaway is open to UK entries only. Entrants must be age 18 or over. The winner will need to respond within 48 hours of being contacted; failure to do this may result in another winner being selected.

The prize is offered and provided by ProWare. The prize is 1 x Copper base 26cm Sauté Pan. There is no cash alternative and the prize is not transferable.

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** Competition opens at 12:00pm 26th November 2015 and closes 12:00am 7th December 2015. (All times GMT)

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I was not paid for this blog post, however ProWare did gift me the beautiful pans. All of my comments are honest and the thoughts are my own. Pictures were all taken by me©

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123 thoughts on “REVIEW | Proware’s Brand New Copper Base Pan range (GIVEAWAY FINISHED)

  1. I love copper bottom pans – not that I have ever had one mind! lol This would be perfect for a (seasonal) turkey version of your Tikka Marsala recipe, a firm fav in our house!

  2. Love love love this range!! You lucky woman 🙂 I’d love this! Just moved in to our first home and have 0 pans at the moment! Dying to make a cottage pie for the family 🙂 xxxx

  3. I like testing new pans by making scrambled eggs in them, to see how good/non-stick they are and how they clean up. Then would make a Parma ham, mushroom, pasta & crème fraiche meal my wife loves. Not sure what it’s called though…

    • That’s such a good idea! Eggs are always the test…. Having tried myself I can tell you that they are definitely very good! No sticking and an even cook! Sounds like a great recipe! Good luck! x

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  5. I would cook sausage bean and sweet potato. …this would be ideal as I use a small frying pan and a small saucepan to cook it asi got nothing bigger! X

  6. One of my favorite dishes I would make is zucchini noodles with lots of fresh veggies, some toasted cashews and yellow curry sauce.

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