Best Copper Chef Reviews
Copper Chef As Seen As TV
What if you could replace all your pots and pans with one single non stick pan
What if you could cook with it on the stove and in the oven
Copper Chef the non-stick all-round Square Pan with Cerami Tech and extra deep sides
Replace a Roasting pan, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Stock Pot, Wok, Baking Dish
Even cook Mac & Cheese Ffroy dry or sear meat in a flash. No more boiling and straining ever again.
Made of stainless steel induction plate heats the pan quickly and evenly. Heat Proof up to 850 degrees
You can cook more food, what you can't make this in a round.
Nothing sticks to your pan
Burnt milk in the copper, gooey cheese slides right off
Egg slip and slide like it's on ice skates and
No Extra Fat, Butter
Air pop popcorn without any oil or butter
Clean up is a Breeze and it is dishwasher safe
100% Chemical and PTFE FREE free. Make it perfect for any service: Electric, Gas, Glass Ceramic and Induction.
Now you can prepare, cook and serve in one large capacity family size pan
Copper Chef As Seen As TV Video
Copper Chef Reviews
Copper Chef claims to be so versatile. It will replace all the pots in your kitchen drawers
The Copper Chef claims to be:
- Quick and Even Heating due to steel induction plate
- Cerami-tech, non-stick surface/ No butter or oil needed
- Heat resistant, up to 850 degrees
- Works on all stove tops-gas, electric, ceramic, induction
- Offers 6 cooking methods - bake, fry, boil, sautee, steam, braise
Copper Chef come with a tempered glass lid, fry basket, steamer tray and Recipe book as well 4 pieces of utensils which could be fairly useful however they are very lightweight kind of flimsy
It has a 5-layer construction, mostly aluminum core, twitches top with a ceramic non-stick
Not fit to you any metal utensils
Scratches very easily with just minimal using metal utensils
Heads up quick
Steel induction plate: just seconds of putting this pan on the burner, it felt very very hot to touch
No oil or butter, you able to remove from the pan very easy.
It didn't burn or stick
Steamer some basic vegetables
Poured a small amount of water into the pan, placed steamer tray into the pan
Close the lid after 10 minutes I had perfectly steam vegetables, tasted really good.
After searing the steak both sides with no oil or butther.
I let the copper chef in 400 degree oven for about 10 minutes.
Took the pan out of the oven, the steak is great without sticking or burning. And the clean up after this is very easy and quick
With the sides so much deeper than your average, it wasn't very comfortable to work inside the pan to line it with the dough. However very easily able to separate the pie from the pan
Reading the instructions there are some limitations. For example can' use extra virgin olive oil or oil sprays, let the copper chef cold befere it
Final Test RESULT
Copper Chef is a very versatile pan that performed really well in my tests.
However it really doesn't make me want to get rid of all the other pots and pans in my kitchen drawers.
While it will probably do fairly well with the six different cooking methods, there will always be a need for other cookware that will be better suited for each individual dish
- Is the steamer tray and basket safe to use
- Permanent burn marks left on the pan
- Food having a metallic taste
- Is the pan truly dishwasher safe
- Does the pan continue to be non-stick past the first few uses.
Scratches very easily
After only a few uses I began noticing small scratches, I haven't been using anything metal with this pan. I can only assume that this happened as a result of the copper pan coming in contact the lid. There were also a few on the surface and A quite a bit of scratch on the bottom. So the pan scratches very easily
Are Steamer Tray and Basket Safe
The Fry Basket never really touches the bottom of this pan so don't worry about it scratching the surface
I didn't really have any issues with the tray scratching the pan. With normal use you will likely be okay as long as you're not pressing down on a trade extreme
Test hang up on high heat for a few minutes, no notice any burn mark or discoloration
Made a number of dishes in the copper chef, no noticed a metallic taste or anything feening off or tasting metallic in the food
How well the copper Chef hold up after being washed
After a few cycles in the dishwasher, the dishwasher cycles didn't do any damage.
Finally a lot of users, test it. Turn it up an egg on the ungreased copper chef
While one side of the egg release, the rest of the eggs required a lot of spatula work to get it off
Repeat the Omelette test, I get a very different results. The egg stuck to the pan