Because it says so on the manufacturers page ........ They obviously don't have any compatible metals in the base that induction hobs need to be able to heat the pan.
why not ?
Id recommend getting a stainless steel one.
we bought a steel one a few months ago - great for ribs and pulled meats - just getting into curries in it. needs some patience
I’ve recently got a new seal for my pressure cooker it’s good to have it back in use they are a very useful thing to have.
Save £2.50 of Delivery. if you're on Prime.. ;)
I think it's ridiculious they don't tell you what is used in the coating. It's not just this brand, most do it.
plus £3.50 P&P
Thank's for the tip! & ohh no, didn't notice that apologies
Include delivery cost in title, as it's substantial
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Not sur about this, of you have a reasonable sized chicken, surely the gravity will cause some damage as the whole bird is resting on the handle (stick) so it may rip apart while cooking, and what about the stuffing where does it go? Not voting not for me, but thanks for the effort comrade. ;)
Just Stick it and Swivel oO
Great for all on a diet! Heat
So you stick it up your bird's a.se. Poor sodding bird oO Looks interesting. Possibly need a small bird, or a large oven.
Why so cold? This is no poultry matter!
You can wash your own piles :p
So you do not get that big pile to wash!!!!!
It looks like the web form has put this up at £17.99 delivered. I left the price blank, however that's the price for the 14cm non-stick milk pan. I'll try to re-edit if I can. Uri
They also have a 4 slice toaster for £20. (Plus postage) http://www.prestige.co.uk/prestige-daytona-56740-4-slice-toaster.html Nice find, have some heat :)
+ £3.50 delivery
If you go to special offers, click on cookware, hard anodised, and oven safe, then three products including this one result. So yes, Prestige say that this set is OK for oven use up to 180C as douglas13 says nb P&P will be £5.99 to UK mainland unless order comes to £50 or above.
IT says oven safe up to 180C. so yeah.
Can these really be used in the oven as well? Says upto 180oc but the handles look to me like they would melt? My husband dropped the lid of my Viners sautee pan and since then I've been looking for another or a saucepan that I can use on the hob then transfer to the oven etc! Has anyone got these pans and would they allow me to do the hob-oven transfer? Thanks
oops yes thanks.
Mine arrived yesterday, seems very good. I don't know what the bad reviews on Amazon were all about, mine is working just fine.Very good deal for the price in my opinion.
You jammy git...I think they might have tried to delivery mine today...well done you though
Just got this e-mail: Thank you for your recent order. Unfortunately due to popular demand, we have exhausted all stock of this toaster and therefore we have arranged for a similar model, of greater value and specification to be despatched on Monday 6th. We apologise for any inconvenience this matter has caused.
Just rang - the warehouse has been closed over the holidays and they will be picking my order soon. They confirmed ETA 7th or 8th :)
My order is still pending - not sure if we will get it
But without the added bonus of extra moisture, if the tube contained capillaries for water from a bath below I'd think it was actually the best thing I'd ever seen in a kitchen. Or I could just use a beer can :|
Yup that's the posh, "beer can" roaster, good kit, only draw backs again are space (bulk) both in the oven as it makes a chook somewhat tall, often stopping you using space for another dish (roasties for instance), which can add to the dish juggling, cooking time & power consumption. elevated cooking is great though for getting a lot more non sodden, crisped skin & meat out of a bird, increasing value as it's a real bare bones , nothing wasted way of cooking & consuming. do you brine your chicken beforehand? ...works well for turkey, no more dry hard to swallow (besides the brussell sprouts) oO
Having paid less, i'd be gutted to pay £6, however proportionate it is when compared to £15 (& the space saving), our last 2 were around the £3 mark, but maybe that's just luck on our part. The rack is excellent for a roast pork preparation, this is where my wife "falls down" the culinary scale (& regulary teased) because decent crackling was the first big cooking lesson for our daughter (still in single digits) ...except for using a stanley knife on her own to score the pork properly the rest is up to her, a simple basic can do for a nipper, the rack supports very well to contain the meat whilst lavishing oil, herbs & salt on it, a 5 minute thing your kid can do knowing how sought after decent crackling is. [img]http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4987149703381900&pid=15.1[/img]
We have used something similar to this for years http://www.amazon.co.uk/STAINLES-STEEL-CHICKEN-ROASTER-UPRIGHT/dp/B004V41R30/ref=sr_1_1/276-5346039-7514156?ie=UTF8&qid=1385076896&sr=8-1&keywords=chicken+roaster+vertical and the results are great. Incredibly juicy chicken. Just remember to cover the top part including the wings with a little tin foil (with a hole in the middle to allow the heat to rise up and out of the top). Wouldn't cook it any other way now.
Apologies. I made a wrong assumption!
You must have inadvertently added two items to checkout. Delete one and delivery is £3.50. Don't forget to use discount code PRES14. This brings the total price to £10.19.
Got mine for £10.19 in all. Use code PRES14 before checkout.
It's also available in kitchenware Express £9.98... delivery is £2.50. http://www.kitchenwarexpress.co.uk/electricals/toasters/prestige-debut-54780-2-slice-toaster.html
Got mine for £13.48 all in, thanks op. heat added.
Delivery charge appears to be based on item value. If being charged more than £3.50 for mainland delivery, maybe the delivery is based on the pre-discounted cost. "Delivery & Returns" tab states For deliveries to mainland UK: £0-£9.99 = £3.50 £10-£49.99 = £5.99 £50 and over = FREE For deliveries to non-mainland UK: £0-£9.99 = £5.50 £10 and over = £15
lol but you know you really really needed them ;)
Another £55 gone on bit and bobs. Tanks, you sure this site saves me money, lol
the price on the title has gone a bit squiffy sorry :)
On the old one, the temperature setting was analogue - so it could be set precisely - so you could set it to simmer a given volume of liquid. The new settings mean that often it is too high or too low. I ended up buying an unused old version of Ebay for £35. I still don't understand why Prestige had to ruin an excellent product, when all it needed was a timer to become perfect. My guess is that the old version cost too much to manufacture.
It is smaller but the size is given and the temperature looks like it has 3 settings but the original had 10. On mine I only really used a couple of settings anyway but then I don't own this new one.
The previous version of this was brilliantly, especially if you used it with a timer. This is rubbish in comparison: much smaller and cannot control temperature.