Ecocook Ceramic Pans Review

December 10, 2014
I have to admit to being a bit of a hoarder when it comes to kitchenware. I have pans in my cupboards that I have been using for years. They are looking a little worse for wear and some of them are a little squashed and misshapen, but they still work. When I was recently sent some of Premier Housewares Ecocook range to try out I was delighted. It seems silly to get excited over pans, but these are not just any old pan. They are Ecocook ceramic pans and they have been approved by the Good Housekeeping Institute, so they are great quality.
Ecocook ceramic pans
 The first thing I noticed about the pans and their stylish matching lids was the colours. They come in three funky colours, red, lime green and black. You can choose a colour to match your kitchen, one that you love or just have one of each colour, it is up to you. I can’t decide which colour I like best, I love having the vibrant colours cheering up my kitchen.
Premier Housewares ecocook pan The pans come in a range of sizes and shapes. There are saucepans, frying pans and saut√© pans from small to medium to large. The lids are well designed with a little hole to let out steam and a nice chunky handle on the top so they can be lifted off easily.  Having a lid also means that you and the cooker top does not get splashed when you are cooking. The pans  look stylish and are not heavy which makes them a pleasure to use.
Premier pansThe pans are all coated with a white ceramic coating which combines non-stick and thermal conducting properties. This means that your food cooks more quickly and when you have finished the pans are easy to clean. With my old pans it was often a nightmare to wash them up after cooking, sauces tended to get stuck on the bottom leaving a gooey residue.  With these pans the food just glides across the surface and does not stick. When it comes to washing them up it is a pleasure, it is almost as if they had not been used. The little bit of oil left in the bottom of the pan just washes off quickly. It doesn’t matter what I made, scrambled eggs, meatballs in tomato sauce, turkey paella, the food never stuck and they were easy to clean. I never had to leave them soaking overnight in the hope they would be easy to clean the next day.

This video shows an Ecocook frying pan in action:

I love the Ecocook ceramic pans, they have brightened up my kitchen no end and saved me a lot of time when washing up. The pans cook food quickly and evenly as well as looking stylish. They are a real pleasure to use and inspired me to throw out some of my old battered pans. You can get the Ecocook ceramic pans at Amazon and Wayfair.

I was sent some pans in order to write an honest review and I am honestly really impressed by these pans.

4 responses to “Ecocook Ceramic Pans Review”

  1. Julie Martin says:

    I won’t lie, I am a bit jealous! The red pans would be awesome in my kitchen.

  2. Galina V says:

    I have one of their frying pans, it is pretty good, though started to get sticky after half a year, alas. It is easy to clean though, so not a bit problem. I’d love new pans, mine are all pretty old.

  3. Great informative article. I am impressed by your review. thanks.

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