Get Cooking with the Copper Chef Square Pan

As you know I enjoy cooking. Cooking allows me to express my creativity, while being able to control the ingredients that go into my dishes. I’m sure many of you are like myself and want to make sure you know what goes into your foods. This is why it is so important to get back to cooking or take up a few classes if you don’t know how to cook.
I was in the market for a few new appliances and pans to add to my collection of tools in my kitchen. I needed a new fryer, baking dish and a good non-stick pan. When I got the chance to try the Copper Chef square pan, I was blown away! This pan combined everything I was looking for into one convenient unit. 
 
The Copper Chef Square Pan is simply beautiful! It has a good weight to it, but it’s not to heavy. You can do so much with this pan. I was sent the 13 piece set. It comes with the unit, a glass lid, fry basket, steamer/roast rack, cooking utensils (not pictured), inspiration cookbook and user manual.

I have been cooking away in this pan. It cooks to absolute perfection! The pan has cerami-tech non-stick technology that allows nothing to stick to the pan. It has a stainless steel induction plate at the bottom for even heat distribution. The unit is safe for all cooking surfaces and is oven safe.

 
 Photo credit: CopperChef.com
So far I have cooked delicious steamed vegetables, a succulent roast chicken with vegetables, and a delectable chicken pot pie in the Copper Chef square pan. I must say, each dish turned out wonderful, cooked beautifully! I was truly amazed at the cooking power of this pan. My whole family and I adore it! Cleaning the pan is easy as pie too. Just hand wash it or pop it in the dishwasher. That’s it!

If you enjoy cooking like I do, then this is a must have unit for you. You will love the versatility of this pan. Your creativity for creating flavorful and mouth watering dishes will over flow. You can pick up your Copper Chef pan here

Photos

 Chicken that I marinated for for four hours with spices.
    

I browned the chicken on all sides. Then I set it aside to work on my vegetables.

   

I browned my vegetables here. I even browned the gizzards. Then placed the chicken on top and baked it uncovered for 2 hours. 

The finished roasted chicken with vegetables. This chicken was so moist and juicy! The veggies were so tender and yummy. The Copper Chef square pan rocks!
  
So delicious!

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9 thoughts on “Get Cooking with the Copper Chef Square Pan

  1. Arthur Grimes says:

    I received my copper chef and the next day or I should say next morning I was preparing breakfast I had bacon frying at a low temperature and something happened upstairs I went to take care of it and forgot about the cooking that I was doing then I remembered oh my I ran to the kitchen and entering the kitchen I barely could smell that the bacon had burnt to a crisp but the most important thing the pan the copper chef pan was as new as when I took it out the box after I wiped out the pan this is a fantastic product I can’t wait until I continue using the other pants thank you very much

  2. Ann says:

    Have you tried making the chicken pot pie recipe? The recipe calls for 3 chicken breasts but the recipe doesn’t say if the chicken should be pre-cooked or raw! If you have made the recipe, which did you use?

    • thereviewchic says:

      Hi Ann! Yes, I have tried the chicken pot pie recipe and it is delicious!! To prepare mine I cooked my chicken first on top of the stove. Then added my other ingredients combined them well and topped with biscuits. I baked it in the oven until it was golden brown and served. Hope this helps you! Please let me know how your dish turns out. Happy cooking!

  3. ToniD says:

    I also made the chicken pot pie, and did not cook it before hand. It cooked in the soup on the stove and it was some of the most tender chicken I have had. Love this recipe. My fiancé remarked again two days later, how much he liked that pot pie. I think the next time, I will add some English peas to the recipe.

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