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Red Copper Big Time Pan

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The Red Copper Big Time Pan is a square pen, which unique shape adds nearly 50% to the volume of the pan. This allows you to cook much more food at once, making sure that your cooking gets done much faster. Your family will not be kept waiting any longer while you cook the different portions of the meal by turns on the burner. You can cook up to 20 pieces of chicken in this pan, or nearly 10 burgers. If shrimp is what your family likes, you can cook enough shrimp for the whole family all at once in this pan.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Red Copper Big Time Pan is $29.99 plus $9.99 shipping, for a total price of $39.98.

Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: bigtimepan.com

Pros

  • Large Volume

    The innovative square design of the pan gives a considerable increase in cooking volume, and therefore in the amount of food you can cook at one time. Instead of cooking various components of your family’s meal separately, you can cook them all at once and save a great deal of time. Not only does the square shape handle a lot of food, but the large sides of the pan will prevent cooking food from splattering or spilling and creating a mess.

  • Safe to Use in Ovens

    This pan has been designed to be used not only on a stove or burner, but also in an oven. The pan can handle temperatures well up to 500 degrees safely. This allows you to switch the food you’re cooking between a burner and oven smoothly without encountering any problems. It also allows you to diversify cooking methods in order to prepare something new every time.

  • Prevents Messes

    The pan has been specially designed with high sides that hold in any splatters and prevent a mess being created by splattering or spilled food. This keeps the top of your stove clean and saves you time by making it unnecessary to clean it.

  • Brings Families Closer

    Since you don’t have to cook the different components of your meal separately, cooking gets done much faster, and more conveniently. This frees up plenty of time for you to spend with your family. If you use the pan to cook all your family’s meals, you should have at least half an hour to spare every day.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Use the Recipe Book

    There is a special recipe guide by Cathy Mitchell that you get free with the pan. It has lovely recipes for all sorts of foods. Best of all, these recipes are actually designed to make the best use of the pan. The recipes have been designed to take advantage of the different cooking modes available with the pan. This will make sure that you turn out food that is not only tasty, but which cooks more efficiently.

    The recipes in the book are designed to make use of the special design of the pan. This will help you to turn out meals much quicker than you would under ordinary circumstances and with an ordinary set of cooking utensils. Using the recipe book regularly will make sure that you’re using the pan to its fullest potential.

  2. Use With Any Stove

    The pan can be used with just about any cooking system that exists. It can be safely used on gas or electric stove, and it can also handle glass or induction stove safely. Moreover, the appliance is specially created to not scratch the surfaces.

Features

  • Lightweight Design

    You might be surprised at how light this pan is for its size and volume. This is because it uses special metals that are light in weight. Not only does this makes it easy to handle, which may not have been otherwise, but it also makes it easy to store on just about any rack or peg. The lightweight design also allows you to move a large quantity of food from the stove to the oven or vice versa, or from either of these cooking appliances to a table in the kitchen.

  • Resists Damage

    The combination of metals and ceramic, of which the pan is made, is especially resistant to all kind of damage. It’s also very difficult to scratch this pan. It would be difficult to do so deliberately, which makes it almost impossible to scratch it by accident. These pans have been tested against stress and found to be extremely resistant. Not only is this so, but the company actually backs it with an iron-clad guarantee against both scratches and damage.

  • Non Stick

    While this pan itself is made of very hardy ceramic, it has a coating of copper that is non-stick and it be simply wiped clean. This makes cleaning your pen after you’re done cooking very simple and easy, and saves a great deal of time. There is an added advantage to the on-stick properties of the pan, and that is that you have to use very little oil.

    Whereas you would have to coat a normal pan with oil to prevent food sticking to it, this pan requires no oil to be added for this purpose, as the good simply slides off it. Oil can still be added in small quantities for seasoning, of course. This is a big advantage as it actually benefits the health of your family. Cooking with a minimum of oil reduces cholesterol and prevents heart disease, ensuring that your family is actually healthier and that your loves ones will live longer.

Cons

  • Not Exactly Copper

    The pan is made of a bland of ceramic and copper, and is not pure metal. While this is absolutely true, there is a good reason for it. Firstly, copper is quite expensive, and making a pan of pyre copper would vastly push up the price. Secondly, an all metal pan would probably be quite heavy, and this would negate the advantage of the pan’s extremely light weight. So the manufacturers decided to go in for a blend of ceramics and copper. Nevertheless, some people would consider it a negative point that the pan isn’t made of put copper.

Alternatives

  • Large Pans

    There are large circular frying pans available that can cook large portions of food, or fry a reasonably sized fish. The problem with these pans is that they are quite heavy, and for a small person, or for someone with smaller hands, they could be very unwieldy. However, there are two handled frying pans which are easier to handle.

  • Stainless Steel

    Stainless steel frying pans are very hardy, and resist corrosion. They also transfer heat very well, and are quite cheap, as compared to copper. There is a large variety of stainless steel frying pans on the market today, but you should know that they actually conduct heat so well, that they could quite easily burn your food and ruin.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Red Copper Big Time Pan online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Red Copper Big Time Pan online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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