Sunday, 22 January 2017

Giveaway ~ OXO Bakeware set RRP £78.00

I love cooking with seasonal vegetables and one of my favourite way to cook them is to oven roast the vegetables with a drizzle of olive oil, herbs, garlic and spices. I usually roast a batch and then we use them in soups, wraps, curries, stir fries and even pulse them to make dips.
Some of my favourite dishes made from roasted vegetables are:

Roasted vegetable wraps
Roasted mediterranean vegetable tart
Spicy roasted cauliflower
Couscous filled baked tomatoes
Roasted tomato and basil soup
Paneer and vegetable skewers.





I have found that to get an even roast it is important to cut the vegetables in even sizes. The second most important thing is to use good quality roasting pans that don't buckle under the oven temperatures. I find my favourite roasting and baking  pans are made by OXO.








The OXO bakeware is Swiss-engineered and made from commercial grade heavy gauge
aluminised steel.The bake ware features a ceramicrein forced
non-stick coating  and boasts a micro textured cooking surface which ensures even
heat distribution putting an end to soggy bottoms for good.The tins have straight walls and square-rolled edges of each tin provides a secure grip for easy handling to and from the oven.
There are many other items in this range including square and round cake tins,muffin pans,loaf tins, baking tray and sandwich tins. The OXO range is available from all good kitchen stockists and also online.

**I was sent a set of OXO bake ware to use in my kitchen, all views and opinions expressed in this post are of my own experience of the bake ware.

I really enjoy baking  in my OXO bakeware as I get perfect results every time. As always I like my readers to try things that I use in my kitchen. OXO have been very generous and they have agreed to send one simplyfood reader a set of bake ware  consisting of:

1 Non-stick OXO small roasting tin: RRP £25
1 Non-stick OXO large roasting tin: RRP £28
1 Non-stick OXO baking sheet: RRP £25


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516 comments:

  1. I love the sweetness of roast carrots

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  2. Carrots because they taste so sweet when roasted :) x

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  3. I often make a roast mediterranean veg dish where I season and roast tomatoes, peppers, courgette, red onion and mushrooms.

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  4. What a fab giveaway! I must admit I keep things quite simple, especially after having an ileostomy a few months ago, but I still love roasted carrots with a Sunday lunch.

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  5. What a great sit and great giveaway! hope i win :)

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  6. It has to be roast potatoes.

    Kelly Glen
    glenka@hotmail.co.uk

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  7. My fave to roast are peppers, they smell and taste divine :-)

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  8. Carrots, parsnips and brussel sprouts :)

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  9. I love to roast peppers - they seem to turn into a different food items altogether.

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  10. Parsnips, Courgette, Tomatoes and Aubergines

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  11. I love to roast potatoes, sweet potatoes, butternut squash, red onions, mushrooms, courgettes, parsnips and tomatoes.

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  12. Parsnips with parmesan, yum yum x

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  13. We eat lots of roasted veg. My favourite always depends on the time of year. In Spring/Summer I love roasting peppers, courgettes, tomatoes, red onion & garlic, Come Autumn I find we eat more root veg. Squash with a generous sprinkling of cumin is a family favourite, the earth cumin works well with the sweet squash.

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  14. My favourite roast vegetables are sweet potato.

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  15. My favourite veg to roast is beetroot!

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  16. roast potatoes for me

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  17. Think roast parsnips are my fave

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  18. My favourite vegetable to roast has to be the humble parsnip! Accompanied by roast potatoes of course!

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  19. i looooooove roast parsnips with lots of honey

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  20. Mediterranean like peppers red onions courgettes tomatoes

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  21. My favourite vegetables to roast are now potatoes - I've taken years to perfect them, then someone gave me a little tip so they are now perfect

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  22. I love roasting onions, garlic and peppers

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  23. Beetroots are best roasted me and my family love them

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  24. Butternut squash, carrots and parsnips are my favourite roasted vegetables

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  25. Carrots are my favourite vegetable to roast! :)

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  26. I love roasted carrots and parsnips with parmesan

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  27. It used to be just potatoes but really like parsnips now too x

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  28. cherry tomatoes and sweet peppers!

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  29. I love parsnips roasted because I never really used to eat them growing up and now I can't have a roast without them.

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  30. Carrots and parsnips with honey

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  31. I love root vegetables so carrots, potatoes, parsnips, onions, garlic. Yummy!

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  32. Carrots covered in star anise! They are to die for!

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  33. my favourite veg to roast are peppers, butternut squash, parsnips and potatoes.

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  34. Parsnips and currently experimenting with broccoli

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  35. parsnips with a little cumin, delicious!

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  36. I absolutely love roasted parsnips

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  37. Parsnips - and I am happy because I just had some with my Sunday dinner

    KATHY D

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  38. Parsnips, peppers and potatoes

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  39. Courgettes, mixed peppers, red onions and aubergine

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  40. definitely potatoes, I love them

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  41. I love to roast a mixture of veg, but it always includes onions.

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  42. I have to say I'm not a big fan of roasted veg as its a bit too sweet, but a roast potato, now that is a beautiful thing!

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  43. My favourite vegetable to roast is parsnips, with potatoes a close second ;-)

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  44. It has to be potatoes and parsnips for me - I love a good traditional roast dinner! :)

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  45. Baby potatoes - mmmm! I also love roasted broccoli and garlic.

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  46. I love roast potatoes and the rest of the rabble love roast parsnips and onion!

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  47. Apart from potatoes, parsnip are the best!

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  48. I love a mediterranean style dish of roasted vegetables, but my favourite is red onions, I always put extra in :-)

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  49. roasted parsnips with a drizzle of honey and sesame seeds in the last ten minutes. yummy.

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  50. Mushrooms and cauliflower.

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  51. I am a big fan of roasted parsnips.

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  52. Aubergines, delicious dipped in a little egg (with siracha) then breadcrumbed and roasted.

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  53. I love roasting carrots and parsnips

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  54. parsnips and potatoes :)

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  55. red and green peppers. CHERYL HADFIELD

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  56. onions, mushrooms and tomatoes.

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  57. Potatoes and parsnips

    @rachiegr

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  58. We had carrots roasted with honey with our dinner today, and they were amazing. It's the one vegetable that we can guarantee there won't be any left at the end of the meal, no matter how many we cook.

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  59. tsweet potatoe and carrots

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  60. potatoes, parsnips and butternut squash

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  61. Peppers, courgette, aubergine and tomatoes

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  62. Parsnips are my favourite, but I'm the only one who likes them in our house, so it is usually my second favourite of potatoes instead

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  63. My favourite is roasted parnsips with a drizzle of honey

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  64. Just good old potatoes, can't beat the real thing

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  65. Carrots, Parsnip, potatoes and red peppers. I love this mix and just had them for my dinner tonight

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  66. Parsnips and sweet potato xx

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  67. Peppers are my favourite roasted, especially with a bit of garlic and olive oil.

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  68. Potatoes are my favourite, but a nice selection of root vegetables are always nice.

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  69. our favourite is red, yellow and orange peppers, mushrooms, red onion and mushrooms all drizzled in chilli oil then taken out and left for the next day - so sweet and juicy and go with anything!

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  70. Carrots and sweet potato - actually did some tonight and turned them into soup!

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  71. Roast potatoes.
    Roasted Beetroot, Courgette, Carrots and Parsnips.

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  72. Can't beat a lovely roast parsnip!

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  73. roast parsnips are my favourite thank u

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  74. potatoes but increasingly parsnips now I`m doing them better

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  75. I think parsnips and sweet potatoes are the best to roast.

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  76. I absolutely love roasting sweet potatoes instead of white ones for a Sunday dinner :)

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  77. parsnips ad potatoes

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  78. I love roasted carrots and also slow roasted tomatoes :)

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  79. Potatoes, nice and crispy!!

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  80. Love roast peppers (especially red ones) they seem so much sweeter once roasted x

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  81. I love roasting carrots .. they get very nice and sweetly caramelised!

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  82. Roast whole onions and carrots are my favourite.

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  83. Carrots and parsnips (other than potatoes)

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  84. It's butternut squash for me - I'm using it in so many recipes at the moment!

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  85. I love roasting butternut squash for use in soups, pastas, risottos and curries.

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  86. Sweet potato as it goes so sweet and morish!

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  87. Roasted carrots

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  88. I love roust carrots x

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  89. In the summer love to roast courgettes, onions, peppers, garlic and tomatoes all from our garden

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  90. Butternut squash, onions, parsnips, carrots, sweet potatoes..... yum!

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  91. sweet potatoes and butternut squash is my fave!

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  92. Roasted garlic is my absolute favourite! Yum :)

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  93. Peppers, red onion, garlic and mini new potatoes

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  94. I love to roast potatoes, parsnips and other root veggies! yummy!

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  95. Roast potatoes. Can't be beat, cancer be damned.
    @gavrc

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  96. Shallots, with a little sugar on, they caramelise lovely, and go with anything, great on BBqs too

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  97. Mark Ashley Fletcher23 January 2017 at 18:25

    Has to be the humble spud - roast potatoes have stood the test of time and are far superior to johnny come lately sweet potatoes etc

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  98. Difficult to choose as I rarely eat roast anything however it would be either parsnips or potatoes.

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  99. Roast parsnips are my favourite

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  100. Sweet potatoes with carrots and parsnips

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  101. Courgettes. onions, peppers and carrots!

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  102. I love roasting parsnips - they are so sweet.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  103. Aubergine, love the texture, just luscious.

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