Review @CirculonCanada #CirculonPrime #Cookware #CookingWithCirculon

Poached eggs are perfect for Sunday mornings and/or brunch and I’ve found the perfect cookware to make them!  Having quality cookware makes a huge difference for sure.

Circulon Prime range was launched in Canada this Fall.  It uses Circulon’s Total non-stick system, a patented hi-low circular groove technology. It allows you to cook without using fats and oils and promotes a healthier lifestyle. Each pan is cooktop suitable, oven and dishwasher safe and is backed by a lifetime guarantee. [Available Exclusively at Canadian Tire]

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I was offered the 5-cup nonstick egg poacher (fits into skillet) to review, and I have fallen in love with it!  I recommend to using high heat; it’s not required and it doesn’t really help the non-stick coating. The clean-up was super easy!  I thought I’d have a hard time with the grooves; however, cleaning between them was a snap. There’s no need to soak the cookware as the innovative, durable, non-stick surface is easy to clean …. and it’s dishwasher safe!

This is Circulon’s answer on cleaning:

How do I clean my non-stick pan?

It is important to wash pans thoroughly after each use. Use a mild dish washing detergent, warm water and a soft nylon brush or nylon scrub pad. This will remove food and grease particles that may burn when your pan is reheated. If food remains on the non-stick surface, boil a mixture of three parts water and one part vinegar in your pan on medium heat for 5-10 minutes to dislodge food particles. Let it stand until cooled, then wash with warm, soapy water and a soft nylon brush. Rinse and dry. Do not use steel wool or any abrasive cleansers when cleaning non-stick cookware.

How do I clean the hi-low grooves in my Circulon Cookware?

To clean your Circulon non-stick hi-low grooves use warm soapy water and a soft nylon brush, rinse and dry. Pans must be cleaned each time they are used to prevent food buildup in the grooves. If your non-stick hi-low grooves no longer release food easily, you may have a build-up of food or grease in the grooves. To restore your non-stick performance, mix three parts water to one part white vinegar and boil in your pan on medium heat for 5-10 minutes. Let stand until cool and wash with warm soapy water and a soft nylon brush, rinse and dry.

Hard-anodized Circulon cookware is not safe to put in the dishwasher. Do not use oven cleaners, steel wool, harsh detergents or cleansers with chlorine bleach.

Please note that food or grease build-up, stains, scratches, discolorations, damage from use in an automatic dishwasher or use of metal utensils are not covered under your cookware warranty.

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3 thoughts on “Review @CirculonCanada #CirculonPrime #Cookware #CookingWithCirculon

  1. I saw you post the pic on Instagram and instantly showed it to Vinny telling him I want one. He looked at me and asked me how many times we eat poached eggs. I say not very often. He just looked at me again. I told him that I needed that pan in case I wanted poached eggs. That need may come now that I saw that pan. He left, defeated. I hope. 🙂

  2. This cookware is stunning – I love the red! I don’t know if I would splurge for that particular pan as we don’t often cook that many eggs at once, but the line is definitely worth looking into.

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