Copper Chef approached me several months ago, "Try out our all-around 6-in-1 pans?" they asked. "OK" says I. I cook sooo much, I'm always willing to try something new on the stove.
Copper Chef was supposed to be great on all cooking surfaces and in the oven, work as a rice-cooker, steamer, roasting pan, stock-pot, wok, and baking dish. It's extra deep sides were said to hold 25% more food than most round pans. It's non-stick (no butter or oils, so heart-healthy) and a cinch to clean-up.
Guess what? They were everything they were supposed to be!
They heated evenly and worked beautifully on my gas range! I was able to fry eggs (I fry A LOT of eggs, because I have over 400 chickens and I make my own dog food for the 6+ dogs that live on the farm with them.) without a sticky mess I needed to soak or scrape out.
And most surprising of all was the beautiful apple pie I turned out in the large square pan that took my family about 30 seconds to gobble up!
I'm going to leave you with this super simple apple pie recipe, which uses mostly pre-made ingredients although you could doctor it up anyway you want.
Get yourself a Copper Chef pan to try it in! Right now you can get it for only $1 to try for a risk-free 30 days! If you do, you'll have some versatile cookware you'll soon say you "Can't Live Without!" either!
Here's another super simple recipe - Great for the holidays:
Copper Chef Simple Mashed Potatoes
- 3 lb small red potatoes
- 1 pint chicken stock
- 1 pint of water|
- 2 oz butter
- 12 oz heavy cream warm
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Wash the potatoes because you are going to cook them with the skin on. Then cut the potatoes in half
- Add the potatoes to the Copper Chef Pan. Add the chicken stock, and then add water until the potatoes are covered with liquid. Season the liquid with salt and pepper.
- Cover the Copper Chef with the lid. Bring the liquid to a boil. Then lower the heat to med-low and simmer until the potatoes are fork tender.
- Drain the liquid from the pan.
- While the potatoes are still hot, mash them, and add the butter and heavy cream until you have a smooth mashed potato.
- You can adjust the consistency by adding less or more butter and heavy cream.
- Season with salt and pepper.
Copper Chef Super Simple Apple Pie
5 cans apple pie filling
4 pie shells
1 cup half and half
1. Drape the pie shell on the bottom and sides of the Copper Chef pan leaving a large enough flap to cover the apples on top.
2. Pour the apples into the pie shell.
3. Cover the apples with the excess pie shell.
4. Brush the top of the pie with Half and Half.
5. Place the pan in the oven and cook for 45-60 minutes until the pie is golden.
6. Remove and let cool.