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Mini Pasta Bakes (Proware Kitchen)

I mentioned cooking with Proware Kitchen’s Tri-Ply copper pans on my blog shortly before Christmas, when I tested a set sent to me by Proware Kitchen. They’ve stood up extremely well in my kitchen and so I was pleased to see some new pans added to the range, including a 24cm saute pan, a 24cm stockpot, a 12cm mini frying pan and a 12cm mini casserole. I’ve now tried out the newbies, too and have been equally happy with them – the 24cm saute pan being my most used and loved pan in the range. Lakeland stock the pans exclusively and since the beginning of the summer Lakeland have had them on special offer – 3 for 2, with the lowest price item being free.

Proware 24cm Saute Pan

 A tasty filling for an Easy Chicken Pie – {find my recipe here}

Caring for my Copper Tri-Ply Pans

My Proware Kitchen Copper Tri-Ply pans have been through the dishwasher lots of times, though their website states that where possible, they should just be washed in warm soapy water. Copper does tarnish over time, which gives them a lovely, rustic, well-used look, although I’ve found that either Brasso (an inexpensive metal polish) or better still, half a lemon dipped in salt and gently rubbed onto the copper, brings them back to their shiny state easily enough.  

The photo on the left is before cleaning the pans. On the right, the pan on the top left was cleaned with half a lemon dipped in salt and the pan on the bottom right was cleaned and polished with Brasso.

ProWare Copper Pans

The new mini pans are also incredibly cute. They remind me of a posh meal, with perhaps a roasted chicken breast and some bright green petit pois served in a little pan alongside, or even a tasty sauce. I use mine to make mini pasta bakes in, which can then be served as individual portions. You have to be very careful though, as straight out of the oven the copper is very hot! The mini frying pans are great for single fried eggs, or mini omelettes, too.

Copper pans are excellent conductors of heat. The benefit of using Tri-Ply copper pans is that they are lighter than traditional copper pans, less expensive and have a three layer structure – a copper exterior, an aluminium core second layer and then they are finished with a thin layer of stainless steel inside the pans. So basically, the pans stand up to professional or domestic use, they look pretty and food cooks evenly and without sticking or burning as you can generally use a lower heat.

Here’s a very simple Pea and Bacon Pasta Bake recipe that I often make at home. Below the recipe, you’ll also find a giveaway for a mini frying pan – good luck!

Mini Pasta Bakes


ProWare Kitchen Giveaway

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With thanks to ProWare Kitchen for sending me the latest pans in the range to review and for providing a giveaway prize. I was not required to write a positive review and this is an unpaid post.

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  1. Your chicken pie seems so delicious so i tried with this recipe. It is simple and the taste is wonderful

  2. Kirsty Greer says:

    Homemade pasta sauce

  3. Hannah Whitling says:

    Scrambled eggs, omelettes, and pancakes are what I would like to try with this pan. I live on my own and this pan is perfect size for me.

  4. Laura Pritchard says:

    A good quality cheese sauce

  5. Ashli Robertson says:

    chicken risotto xx

  6. Alison Smith says:

    Ooh the mini bacon and pea pasta looks yum, I’ll have to try it. My kids are massive risotto fans so probably a chicken risotto 🙂

  7. Jamie Walker says:

    The Mini Bacon and Pea Pasta Bakes looks good 🙂

  8. helenthemadex says:

    spanish ommelete

  9. chorizo risotto but will be trying the delicious looking Mini Bacon and Pea Pasta Bakes,

  10. Michelle Kinsey says:

    Seafood Paella

  11. Emma Lewis says:

    I’d make Hollandaise sauce first.

  12. creamy stilton sauce

  13. Joanna Sawka says:

    Chinese style stir fry

  14. Veggie spag bol! I love these Copper pans – would look ace in my kitchen.

  15. Jane Middleton says:

    I would make my fried chicken with mushroom sauce recipi

  16. I would do a fried egg as you suggest – I mostly cook for one person so mostly use small pans for everything.

  17. Linda Bunning says:

    The first thing I would cook would be a lovely chicken curry, next would be some lovely home made strawberry jam.

  18. donna clinton says:

    I would make a yummy mushroom and onion omlette,perfect for a saturday morning after a nice lie-in!

  19. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    Hollandaise sauce for fresh salmon

  20. Kim Howard says:

    I’d heat up some beans to put on my toast ^_^

    Then I’d make the effort to learn to cook other things in my lovely new pan!

  21. Harry Letham says:

    A Spanish Tortilla.

  22. jenette ogborn says:

    I would make spicy chicken fajitas.

  23. Gemma Snell says:

    I’d make a lovely Paella, love it and these pans would be perfect.

  24. Saran Benjamin says:

    I would cook a nice chicken curry

  25. felicity morris says:

    boeuf Bourguigion

  26. Catherine Rolfe says:

    A curry for sure!

  27. Jeanette Downing says:

    A nice chilli to warm me up x

  28. phillippa lee says:

    boeuf Bourguigion

  29. Deborah Wheeler says:

    A spanish omlette

  30. Pamela Gossage says:

    chicken curry

  31. Claire Wilkinson says:

    id make a paella

  32. Diana Semionova says:

    Beef curry ;}

  33. Ali Thorpe says:

    A rich bean stew, with sundried tomatoes and dumplings!

  34. Miranda Holman says:

    beef stew mmmmm

  35. Penny Russell says:

    Mustard chicken

  36. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Spanish Omelette.

  37. Alexis Pettie says:

    I’ve always wanted one of these pans, they last you a lifetime! I’d prob cook my meatballs in a tomato sauce with spaghetti, my nephews love it!

  38. Sarah Fawcett says:

    Oooo how lovely, a mini Tarte Tartin <3

  39. sarah rees says:

    plum jam with the jams off my tree

  40. Jenny McAdam says:

    I’d make a fresh tomato sauce for pasta.

  41. Catherine Amaro says:

    chicken casserole

  42. Tom Baines says:

    saute potatos with garlic and red chillies mmmm

  43. Gail Price says:

    Omlettes, it looks to be the perfect size!

  44. Beautiful pans – begs for crushed spiced new potatoes and spinach!

  45. I would just COOK


    e.g My Sat nights tea was ,
    Oven Baked fillet steak. Heat pan, Caramelize Onions, put to side. Make up Bernaise sauce, (throw potato in oven) BuT I add stack loads of pepper & garlic, plus cream, so really its a mash of multi flavours. (sep pan of left over veg’s for stir fry) Chuck in some mushrooms, then add the fillet. to braise in the sauce.
    ALL piping hot / serve to me,myself,I !! 🙂 Who’d want to share that anyway 😀

  46. esme mccrubb says:


  47. Mrs S W Lee says:

    I’d do a lovely fry up 🙂

  48. Jean Bolsover says:

    Bacon and tomato frittarta

  49. Christine Sunter says:

    I\d cook garlic mushrooms in my copper pan!

  50. Irina Smyth says:

    Blueberry Pancakes

  51. Joy Dehany says:

    Hello, I’d use it to make caramel sauce.


    A gorgeous risotto!

  53. corin leach says:

    I’d cook an egg for 1 in the mini fry!

  54. kelly rae says:

    stir fry with baby corn, purple cabbage, mushrooms, broccoli and carrots.

  55. I’d do a cooked breakfast!

  56. Mickie Bull says:

    Carbonara for sure!

  57. Hannah ONeill says:

    Chilli con carne

  58. georgie pope says:

    lots of veggie stuff

  59. Stephanie Whitehouse says:

    cheesy topped aubergines, so I could bring the pan to the table to serve

  60. Melanie King says:

    Great for sweet n sour chicken – thanks

  61. Amy Skinner says:

    Sausage n Guinness casserole

  62. natalja popsujeva says:

    Pea and bacon soup

  63. Anne-Marie Taylor says:

    I’d made a lovely plum tomato tart tatin with the tomatoes from my patio,

  64. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    I’d make a risotto

  65. victoria thurgood says:

    garlic and mushroom sauce

  66. They are such cute pans. I’ve been longing for mini pans for a while, so I can make individual tarte-tatins! Vohn

  67. Kirsty Nugent says:

    A risotto 🙂

  68. Angela Morgan says:

    classic jam / stewed fruit

  69. carly byham says:

    old fashion stew and dumplings

  70. Hayley Davies says:

    Cheese and bacon pasta

  71. Toni boult says:

    bacon, cheese and onion omelette.

  72. victoria vincent says:

    I’d like to try making fudge 🙂

  73. Becky Downey says:

    some yummy tortellini

  74. Claire Nelson says:

    A version of hash that we do – potatoes, chorizo, onion all bound with mustard and then a poached egg goes on top right at the end

  75. Lucy Mayer says:

    Would have to be zabaglione, I think 🙂

  76. adrian price says:

    id try that one pan Polish breakfast

  77. Jill Fairbank says:

    Some spaghetti bologna use for my family

  78. Champaklal Lad says:

    Home made Indian Tandori Chicken

  79. Katie Walden Hall says:

    Omelette! 🙂

  80. Charlotte Hood says:

    I’d make a curry!

  81. Susan Hunt says:

    Chilli with lots of heat

  82. Michelle Louise Weston says:

    Vegetable Chilli – Yum!

  83. Catherine Gregory says:

    A butter chicken curry I think

  84. Jennifer Hudson says:

    I’d cook a roux to make some mac and cheese – and probably sneak some bacon and potato in there, too!

  85. Stev Rigby says:

    Crepe Suzette – all about presentation!

  86. Kirsty Harrington says:

    Cooked breakfast all day long!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  87. Gillian Hale says:

    I would make a lovely pasta with cheesy sauce for my children

  88. tracey gibbons says:

    id make a lovely chilli

  89. Samantha R says:

    Honey and Mustard Chicken

  90. emma sturrock says:

    I’d saute some chicken with peppers and onions to serve over rice

  91. Matthew Colburn says:

    I would cook up some fresh homemade tomato soup 🙂

  92. I would make some yummy pasta sauce

  93. Alison Johnson says:

    French onion soup

  94. Kate Sabin-Burns says:

    Wow! What wouldn’t I make? A good spag bol, or a chilli, or eggs! Yummy!

  95. Lisa Fletcher says:

    I would try your recipe Mini Bacon and Pea Pasta Bakes

  96. Karen Whittaker says:

    Carbonara sauce for pasta

  97. mervyn lightning says:

    a lovely cheese omlett

  98. Katie Gould says:

    chicken tikka masala

  99. Rachael Donovan says:

    i would make a lovely Thai curry!

  100. alice lightning says:

    beautiful looking pans,,,i would cook everything in these,,

  101. Ian Palmer says:

    Scrambled eggs for breakfast, from my own chicks.

  102. Nancy Bradford says:

    Chicken salsa pasta.

  103. karen dixon says:

    pasta bolognasie

  104. Elizabeth Smith says:

    with cheese and bacon in one recipe I think yours will be quite difficult to beat. I’m thinking maybe poaching some fish then using the same pan to make a fish pie.


    Carbonara with king prawns!!

  106. lynn neal says:

    Butternut Squash Risotto

  107. Gul Choudhury says:

    A prawn biryani

  108. Brian Cheney says:

    I’d need to get the cookbooks out to do these justice.

  109. I use it start off a chicken casserole.

  110. Laura Vitty says:

    I’d love to make my favourite curries and Indian dishes.

  111. Janine Atkin says:

    id cook a bolognaise

  112. Jacqueline Roberts says:

    What a fantastic tip about cleaning copper!

  113. Debbie Godbolt says:

    i would cook a Spanish omelette 🙂

  114. Lisa Dolatowski says:

    Sausage casserole ar omlettes

  115. cat williams says:

    I would love to cook up a fab exotic curry.

  116. Adele Denise Evans says:

    Nice pan of scouse!

  117. Joanne Benham says:

    I’d havve to make some fudges and some cinder toffee x

  118. Tanita Dighton says:

    Spag bol yumy!!!!!1

  119. Christina Jarrett says:

    I’d cook a prawn curry! Yummy!

  120. Phyllis Ellett says:

    We getting into American-Italian cooking here at the moment, so something like Steak Pizzaiola would be nice.

  121. Those pans look gorgeous, I would love some of those, they would inspire me to cook something more adventurous!!

  122. zoe bryan says:

    I would get my husband to cook his Green fish curry
    Fabulous giveaway

  123. Janet Coverdale says:

    A nice stir-fry with fresh vegetables out of our allotment

  124. Lucy Carter says:

    I’d make a frittata

  125. Sharon Griffin says:

    i`d love to cook a spanish omelette in them

  126. Patricia Walker says:

    I’m huge fan of rice and pasta so the first thing I would probably cook would be a mushroom risotto followed by a tuna bake

  127. Kayleigh Mayhew says:

    Courgette Carbonara

  128. samantha rummens says:

    Ham and Mushroom omelette

  129. Clive Andrews says:

    Corn beef hash

  130. valerie mccarthy says:

    A delicious curry

  131. Nicola Holland says:

    Steak in red wine sauce

  132. Sarah Moseley says:

    Something sweet, rich and chocolatey.

  133. Lindy Hine says:

    I’d probably cook curry – the hotter the better!

  134. I’d love to say seething fancy but most likely the first thing I old cook would be an egg lol x

  135. Polly davis says:

    A nice white sauce to go over butter cooked leeks. Yum

  136. Mary Baldwin says:

    I’d love to cook up a big batch of pasta sauce that I could then freeze for later. Also, they look ideal for making a beef stew – which we’ll start eating again as winter draws in.

  137. tomato, chicken and chorizo! – perhaps with beans

  138. Oh, I think a creamy chicken risotto with lemon thyme and Parmesan would be perfect!

  139. Jeremy Andrews says:

    I would cook a nice Welsh Lamb Curry.

  140. CAROL PATRICK says:

    The Mini Bacon and Pea Pasta Bakes – recipe given above – mouth-watering!

  141. Julie Edwards says:

    I would love to cook a nice pasta dish or curry..

  142. Faye Huntington says:

    mushroom risotto!! with love, Faye xx

  143. Natalie Crossan says:

    A lovely chicken stir fry for my daughter 🙂

  144. Andrew Halliwell says:

    Better question might be what would you cook FIRST.
    I’d cook everything in it that fitted in a pan, fry, boil, etc.
    Apart from maybe jam, that’s not meant to be made in copper pots I don’t think. Probably something to do with the acid in the fruit.

  145. JULIE D. BANKS says:

    Something with my home grown tomatoes, probably a rich bolognese sauce.

  146. Elizabeth Williams says:

    A chicken curry

  147. Amanda Williams says:

    Carbonara would be perfect.

  148. Ronni Astroff says:

    Stewed chicken and vegetables

  149. Sarah Evans says:

    A lovely risotto – either salmon and asparagus or mushroom

  150. hayley pemberton says:

    chicken in a lovely sauce

  151. Stephanie says:

    What wouldn’t I? 🙂 But the first thing I would cook is probably an omelette because it sounds good right now 🙂

  152. tina edwards says:

    chicken and pasta

  153. angela Sandhu says:

    maybe some pasta

  154. Michelle Phillips says:

    The pan looks good, but that food looks even better! Delicious!

  155. Angela Williams says:

    Fresh tomato and basil soup with ingredients straight from the garden yummmmmmm

  156. julie baxter says:

    theres so much i could make in this pan, chicken curry, pancakes, omlettes etc it looks fantastic

  157. Joanna Orr says:

    I’d make some of my lovely fudge!

  158. Laura Oxley says:

    A whole array of deserts, they are very good for making sauces and caramels in.

  159. Jane Green says:

    Fajitas, might even push the boat out and have beef instead of chicken

  160. helen booth says:

    My kids are pasta mad so some kind of pasta bake or yummy bolgnaise sauce!

  161. Danielle Graves says:

    I’d probably make up a batch of tomato sauce for the freezer – makes quick tea’s so easy as can be used for pasta, bolognese, chilli, lasagne etc. x

  162. Stephen Dittrich says:

    Pancakes, Omlets and Stir Frys!

  163. Amanda Milton says:

    Probably some American Pancakes or a Spanish Omlette

  164. wendy moore says:

    a tasty bouillabaise

  165. Clafoutis – assuming I can find some decent, tart cherries

  166. Sarah Parkin says:

    I’d cook a mean spaghetti bolognese in the pans first!

  167. I’d cook a rich pasta sauce in this pan!

  168. David Harrington says:

    I would cook a Ham and cream sauce for pasta flavoured with ” La Trufina” black Truffle and Ceps paste.

  169. cecelia allen says:

    I would cook some yummy toffee, fudge and caramel for my grandchildren, they love home made sweets

  170. Shauna Ferguson says:

    My mum has been on at me for so long to get copper bottom pans! I would get stuck in to making sauteed mushrooms and onions to top focaccia bread.

  171. Neil Graham says:

    a mushroom omelette

  172. Linda Bird says:

    Spaghetti Bolognese

  173. Victoria Easton says:

    Risotto – probably mushroom!

  174. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says:

    Something with salmon.

  175. I think a pasta dish with an Alfredo sauce

  176. These pans look wonderful – I have always steered away from copper because of the cleaning but hey you have made it look simple. My chicken in cream and tarragon sauce would look perfect in these pans. Your pasta bake looks great too.

  177. Katherine L says:

    A yummy carbonara!

  178. Susan Ellams says:

    a great big paella

  179. Very impressed by your cleaning skills as well as your cooking prowess Ren. I must admit to having a copper colour gleam in my eye now.

  180. Renee Armstrong says:

    Lovely prize….me thinks I would cook a nice stew !

  181. claire matthews-curtis says:

    Pan fried chicken with goats cheese in the middle

  182. a nice chicken and mushroom rissoto!

  183. Louise Comb says:

    I would use this lovely pan lots. Perhaps I would start off with making a Paella, with plenty of seafood, including some fresh muscles. I think that would do the pan justice 🙂

  184. Deborah Hambleton says:

    A lovely cheese and ham omellete

  185. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    I’d do me and the other half a curry

  186. John Worsley says:

    Chicken pesto wraps.

  187. I’d learn how to do perfect poached eggs.

  188. Val Sowry says:

    A nice English meal for my sweet hubby!

  189. Louise Hutchings says:

    I would cook Pea and ham soup yummy

  190. I’d cook a Thai green curry

  191. Fiona O'Farrell says:

    I’d cook a chicken and chorizo jambalaya, as it went down a treat last time I tried it.

  192. Ive never had a copper pan, so would love to try one to make a nice vegetarian rice dish 🙂

  193. julie kenny says:

    Spanish omelette as that’s a firm family favorite x

  194. Susan Crosswaite says:

    I would make a frittata from some of the leftovers in my fridge

  195. Stephanie Tsang says:

    I’d make fried rice

  196. Tammy Tudor says:

    A fluffy Spanish omelette

  197. Sarah Spencer says:

    Chicken Fricassee

  198. Peter Hewitt says:

    A Nice chicken and Mushroom Rissotto

  199. tracey hunt says:

    I love cooking with Pasta, the pans will be idele 🙂

  200. Wendy Smith says:

    Beautiful pans and I would cook risotto.

  201. Karen Barrett says:

    Gorgeous pan, I picked a great big batch of my tomatoes yesterday so probably cook them for lovely tomato based recipes throughout the winter months.

  202. Charlotte Clark says:

    an omelette 🙂 xxx

  203. Calum Tait says:

    I would cook a courgette “tatin” with smoked cheese – a favourite of mine.

  204. Calum Tait says:

    I love copper pans for the way they look and the very even heat distribution – what a great prize.

  205. Kat Lucas says:

    Love the copper pans!

  206. Susan Naylor says:

    I’d cook beef stew for all the family.

  207. Matthew James Short says:

    Nice pans, used Brasso for years!

  208. clair downham says:

    pasta with chorizo garlic and peppers

  209. Dawn Chapman says:

    I love a one pan full english!

  210. Julie Ward says:

    Liver and bacon sounds good

  211. Nicola Dudson says:

    I would cook a nice chilli in this pan

  212. jennifer thorpe says:

    I would try making a risotto

  213. kirsty cooper says:

    A lovely lamb korma

  214. David Paterson says:

    Heinz beans with cheese and chilli

  215. Maggie Coates says:

    Beef stew and dumplings (but not in today’s hot weather)

  216. Rebecca Maddocks says:

    Chicken tikka masala

  217. barbara daniels says:

    a juicy steak

  218. sarah davison says:

    I’d knock up a quick fritata

  219. Grace Ellis says:

    Asian style chicken stirrfry

  220. This would be great for sauces & gravies.

  221. rebecca phillips says:

    risotto sounds a plan

  222. Caroline H says:

    Perfect for frittata!

  223. Janice Davison says:

    I have no idea. Cookery books out and to the ready

  224. zoe matthewman says:

    It would have to be pancakes and curry in these pans my two favourite foods. Fingers crossed this is a fab prize

  225. Bobbie Minthull says:

    I would cook a nice parsley sauce to go with my pasta

  226. alison johnson says:

    scrambled eggs

  227. Janet Rawstron says:

    I would cook some very tasty scrambled egg.

  228. Amy Jane Beckett says:

    Garlic and Chilli Prawns

  229. laura stewart says:

    full English breakfast for me 🙂

  230. mandy cove (@mandsmanc) says:

    A nice stew

  231. Karen Scammell says:

    some broad beans and bacon mm

  232. Christina Brown says:

    A nice Thai curry 🙂

  233. karen cowley says:

    spag bol . thanks for the chance to win this , looks fab xx

  234. I’d cook mushroom risotto

  235. helen atkins says:

    Beef stroganoff

  236. Claire Smith says:

    Asparagus, Lemon and Parmesan Risotto

  237. A good hot chilli maybe

    Kathy D

  238. I’d make a ratatouille with vegetables from my garden

  239. Kathy Cakebread says:

    a tomato sauce

  240. margaret moe dunlop says:

    a lovely beef stir fry

  241. Michael Harris says:

    These look awesome, and they’d look even better in my kitchen!

  242. Allan Wilson says:

    I would cook up a ratatoulle

  243. Kay panayi says:

    Would have to be a curry

  244. Rachel Craig says:

    I would love some pancakes made in this mini frying pan. The pan looks great quality.

  245. Phil Darling says:

    I’d cook a curry, mainly because its all I can cook

  246. Claudia Dancee says:

    Bolognese 🙂

  247. liz denial says:

    I’d make a veggie chilli

  248. Hannah Lawrence says:

    A cheese omelette! Yumyum!

  249. Alana Walker says:

    I would make a prawn and sweet potato saute.x

  250. Aysha Khan says:

    Tomato and cheese omelette

  251. Caroline Hooper says:

    Bolognase sauce – lovely!

  252. Sara Hughes says:

    Pasta Primavera!

  253. Graham Riches says:

    Great prize, makes cooking a pleasure

  254. kelly brittle says:

    pasta bolognaise sauce

  255. Joanna Butler-Savage says:

    a delicious frittata

  256. carolyn joyce says:

    I would cook up a fresh thai green curry!

  257. Jen Rogers says:

    Mushroom Omelette

  258. Rob Griffiths says:

    A nice turkey curry

  259. Jason Bringans says:

    Great offer..lovely to win them.

  260. Andrea Balderstone says:

    I would cook a lovely cheese sauce for macaroni cheese which is a family favourite. These beautiful pans would replace my old ones. Fingers crossed I would love these.

  261. Caroline McKay says:

    I would make some individual puddings, maybe rice pudding or apple upside down cakes

  262. Pauline Simpson says:

    Steak the heat would cook them evenly and make them tender yum!!

  263. Carolynn Woodland says:


  264. These pans are really lovely! I would use them to cook up lots of delicious home-cooked meals for my daughter who is 1 year old and love exploring new flavours and textures and (for the most part) loves mummy and daddy’s home made meals. I think these would be a great size for cooking up a nice sized portion. I’d probably use the frying pan for a cheeky cooked breakfast too!!
    Thank you for a lovely opportunity and your recipe looks lovely, will definitely be giving it a go yum yum!

  265. Garlic and tomato sauce with pasta

  266. amelia avossa says:

    Pasta Pea’s & Cream with Garlic mushroom & ham.
    A fave of mine my italian dad used to always cook me its Yummy!

  267. andrea lloyd says:

    sspaghetti bolognese

  268. Elizabeth Duncan says:


  269. I’d cook mushroom risotto – a firm family favourite!

  270. TRACEY HUBER says:


  271. Jayne Sullivan says:

    Some homemade pasta sauce. These pans are ideal for when I am eating alone ! Less waste !

    1. I think I would make a mini salmon risotto or maybe a rice pudding just for me. The little pans really are adorable.
      Rachel x

  272. Hi Ren – I have been lusting after copper pans for ages and this 3for2 offer finally made John agree to buying some, so thank you!
    see you soon

  273. laura banks says:

    probably a fish risotto

  274. I’d start with our family favorite (“bean slop”) which contains baked beans, ground beef, tomatoes, and onions.

  275. I’d make a nice healthy fritatta 🙂

  276. TracyJo (@tjsi1963) says:

    Im not sure, would have to experiment but I think I would start with an omelette!

  277. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I’d saute some chicken with peppers and onions to serve over rice.

  278. Hazel Rea says:

    I’d love to saute onions, mushrooms, etc. – also would make a great individual Spanish omelette..

  279. Denise Slater says:

    I would make a lovely Ham and Mushroom Frittata

  280. a little Spanish frittata – would be perfect

  281. Louise Hart says:

    some fresh tomato and basil pasta

  282. I’d cook my favourite brunch dish – salmon & potato hash!

  283. Erica McNeall says:

    All sorts of yummy sauces

  284. katie skeoch says:

    I think I’d have to cook up some singapore noodles xx

  285. Ani Costa says:

    I’d make some Ratatouille .

  286. katrina day-reilly says:

    spanish omlette

  287. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Mushroom Risotto

  288. Diane Nicholl says:

    American Pancakes with blueberry sauce. These look so good they would be a pleasure to have in the kitchen.

  289. Jane Willis says:

    I’d cook an individual tortilla (the Spanish type, not the Mexican one!)

  290. EMMA WALTERS says:

    pan haggerty mmmmmm

  291. Liz Thomas says:

    Those are truely beautiful. Lovely individual shakshukas would be perfect!

  292. This would be great for pasta carbonara.

  293. melanie stirling says:

    Pasta bolognese

  294. Wanda Fabbri says:

    A miniature copper frying pan is the ultimate kitchen essential! I would use it to make a quick cream of black truffle sauce to pour over slices of gently fried veal, or use it to sautè onions and mushrooms as a base for other sauces. It would also add that extra professional touch to our dining room table when served.

  295. I might start with some caramel or fudge, as I’ve heard that copper pans are particularly good for sugarwork

  296. Maya Russell says:

    I’d cook up a fresh tomato sauce for pasta.

  297. ellen mckernan says:

    Great giveaway. I’d be spoilt for choice of what to cook in it.

  298. Oh I saw these pans in Lakeland and looked at them longingly. I’d be happy with any one of them – all of them even better. I’d probably cook up a load of pancakes in this frying pan – it’s the perfect size.

  299. Tracy Nixon says:

    Another Fabulous giveaway Ren – thank you! I would cook up some delicious Zabaglione! It is a dessert I had when I was on holiday over in Italy. Apparently it is cooked in a copper pan so I think I would look up the recipe and attempt to make it myself!

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