Sunday, 22 September 2013

Giveaway~ Procook Cast Iron Pan


I recently reviewed this lovely cast iron pan when I made my Mexican rice in it. The recipe for the Mexican rice and the review can be found here
The cast iron pan was sent to me by Procook and it is one from collection of various sizes of cast iron pans available from Procook. I really love cooking in my pan, its perfect for all my rice recipes as it has a very heavy bottom and ensures perfect fluffy rice every time.

Procook have been very generous and they have agreed to give one simply.food reader the opportunity to win the pan.It would make the perfect christmas present for a foodie.

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226 comments:

  1. Stew Surprise. It's a surprise to me what I end up putting in it as it's what I've got left over lol

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  2. I'd use it for slow cooked chillis, bolognese sauce, and indian curries.

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  3. The old fav, Spag Bol, springs to mind first.

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  4. I'd use it for Risotto or sausage casserole

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  5. Beef and Ale Stew and Dumplings

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  6. Traditional Beef stew and dumplings

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  7. A lovely chicken curry, which I'd call Cast Iron Korma!

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  8. I would use it for homemade chilli!

    @ashlallan

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  9. I think I could make a really nice slow cooked curry :)

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  10. I would make a nice hot spicy chilli.

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  11. I'd cook casseroles, stews, hotpots...
    might even use it to make jam.

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  12. I would do a lovely stew or a hotpot!

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  13. Superb....we can make lot of dishes....great give away

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  14. I showed this to my partner, she does most of the cooking, and she says she would make a cracked wheat shepherds pie.

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  15. Mushroom and Wild rice casserole..yummy :-)

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  16. Frittata - perfect to pop in the oven to finish off.

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  17. Vegetable Stew :D

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  18. Bolognaise or chili would be lovely

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  19. I would make Thai Green Curry my favourite :)

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  20. Turkey casserole with lots of mushrooms.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  21. a yummy lamb stew with dumplings

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  22. Braised lamb shanks.

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  23. It's got to be some sort of casserole!

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  24. Chick pea and lentil curry

    Laura Harris

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  25. A concoction of beef, red wine, mushrooms and onions.

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  26. Sausage Casserole would be a good one to try.

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  27. Sweet potato and Chickpea curry

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  28. Chicken and sweet potato casserole

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  29. Suasage apple and onion caserole

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  30. I would make a lovely warming chunky vegetable chilli

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  31. Braised beef with onion & mushrooms

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  32. I would make a veggie sausage casserole!

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  33. Risotto - perfect for making sure it doesn't stick!

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  34. A rich Irish stew with beef & Guinness - great for the colder weather starting in.

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  35. Four Bean Stew and Coriander Dumplings.

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  36. Mushroom Risotto - I reckon it would make a very creamy, perfectly cooked risotto!

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  37. I would use it to make a hotpot.

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  38. spag bol!

    sallywills@live.co.uk

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  39. Definitely a slow cooked chilli :)

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  40. I've commented on the Spiral cookies recipe

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  41. A colourful caponata (inspired by all the Inspector Montalbano books)

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  42. It has got to be- Cast Iron Pan Apple Pie

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  43. I've added this to my #WinningWeekends linky of blog comps on juliesnotebook.co.uk

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  44. Chestnut Casserole with Dumplings. My favourite comfort food ♥

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  45. Slow cooked caramelised chicken - yumsville!!!

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  46. It would definitely cook a slow cooked casserole beautifully.

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  47. beef stew and dumplings; my favourite in the winter.

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  48. I would cook a good olde beef stew very hearty :)

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  49. Sausage and Guinness casserole

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  50. goulash soup :)

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  51. I hope I can win to make some chicken
    and potatoes ...

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  52. A lovely warming Chilli Con Carne :)

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  53. A lovely warming chilli con carne :)

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  54. I would make a beef and ale casserole

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  55. Beef in Red wine would work well.

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  56. Stew and dumplings :)

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  57. Chicken and porcini mushroom risotto

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  58. I'd make my bolognese sauce in it :)

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  59. How about a nice slow cooked vegetable curry?

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  60. Moroccan couscous with lime chicken

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  61. Oh might do a mutton stew, though would be great for slow cooked venison

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  62. Game casserole (pigeon, pheasant, rabbit), nice, hearty winter food.

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  63. Sausage cassarole would be good!

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  64. My husband's favourite - beef stew and dumplings

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  65. A nice bubbling hot chilli con carne I think would be a great first outing!

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  66. Singing hinnies - yes it is a real recipe

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  67. I love to cook risotto and stews, this would be ideal :)

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