When it comes to the holidays, every woman wants something they have been hinting about. Tale me I have been saying I needed some new pots and pans. Hinting away, so my family decided to tease me with a saucepan from 360 cookware. They know I love to whip things up for them.
Whats so different about these pans and pots are that they are Vapor cooking. Which means they don’t need anything added to cook your food. So cooking different vegetables together, without having all that mushiness and all the flavors don’t mix. Now cooking with out all the added water, oil, lard, and butter make the true flavors come out. Taste the fresh flavors and nutrients like you never tasted them before.
I’m so happy with the newest addition to my cooking family of pots and pans. This will definitely be used for a lot of things. And will be the most utilized kitchen utensil. This beautifully made pan can be used for lots of things, and the ideas are endless. This is a great stainless steel saucepan.
Theres an awesome cookbook that you can get to help you with, some awesome recipes to help you learn about, all of the awesome things this pan can do.
Introducing 360 Cookware’s “living” cookbook — Vapor Cooks Better! As a 360 Cookware fan, you’re going to love the recipes that highlight the Vapor® Cooking Method – but we didn’t stop there. We’ve included traditional favorites as well as a few “basic” instructions to get you better acclimated to your cookware.
Crispy Hash Brown Potatoes
3 cups of shredded potatoes that have been thoroughly rinsed, drained, and patted dry
1/4 cup peanut or canola oil
salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
Pre-heat the 11.5” Fry Pan over medium heat for two (2) minutes.
Add 1/4 cup of either peanut or canola oil to the pan. Let the oil heat for a couple of minutes. You’ll see a shimmer to the oil when it’s hot. Test the oil by dipping a strand of potato into the fry pan. If it sizzles and bubbles, the pan is ready.
Add to the fry pan, three cups of shredded potatoes. Be sure the potatoes are dry. Water and hot oil will cause spattering. Press the potatoes down to cover the bottom of the fry pan. Season lightly with salt and pepper. Cook over medium-heat six (6) to seven (7) minutes.
Reduce the heat to low and continue cooking for an additional five (5) minutes until the potatoes brown on the bottom.
Turn the potatoes over using a heat-proof turner. You don’t need to flip all the potatoes at once, just take it section by section until they’ve all been turned. Pat the potatoes together to make a large pancake shape.
Cook an additional ten (10) minutes over low heat.
Transfer the potatoes to a serving platter. Taste, re-season if necessary then serve.
360 is something unlike anything you have ever tried.you will taste the food differently like you should. Making it to where you get more out of your mails. The stainless steel cookware is made with the highest quality stainless steel, so it is built to last, and all of our products come with a lifetime warranty . Vapor Technology allows you to cook utilizing a low to medium heat because the design and metal are so efficient that your food permeates evenly from all sides, allowing food to cook in its own natural juices without the excess water or grease other skillets and saucepans require.
Maybe if I was good Santa will bring me this for Christmas. Hopefully I can get some more of these awesome pans.