Premier Housewares Ecocook Pans | Competition (Closed)

Premier Housewares Ecocook pans are an affordable range of lightweight, non-stick cookware. They are suitable for use on gas, electric and halogen hobs and the larger pans (over 20cm) can be used on induction hobs too. The non-stick coating is a mineral-based ceramic, free from toxic chemicals associated with traditional non-stick materials, and recommended for superior heat conduction. The pans are now available in two new colours, lime green and black, as well as the original red.


I love colourful kitchenware. Most of our pans and appliances are a random rainbow of different colours with orange, blue, black, maroon, yellow and now I have some fabulously bright and cheery lime too! The pans feel reassuringly solid, but not too heavy to lift (which is a consideration for many of us) and I like the feel of the non-stick surface.



Premier Housewares have offered an Ecocook 30cm Sauté Pan to three readers of Kavey Eats. We have one each of black, lime and red to give away and the prize includes delivery in the UK.

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You can enter the competition in 3 ways:

Entry 1 – Blog Comment
Leave a comment below, describing your favourite stove top recipe.

Entry 2 – Twitter
Follow @Kavey on Twitter. Existing followers are, of course, welcome to enter! Then tweet the (exact) sentence below.
I’d love to win a @PremierHousewrs Ecocook Sauté Pan from Kavey Eats! #KaveyEatsEcocook
(Do not add my twitter handle into the tweet; I track entries using the competition hash tag. And please don’t leave a blog comment about your tweet either, thanks!)

Entry 3 – Instagram
Share an image from your kitchen via your Instagram feed. In the caption include my username @Kaveyf and the hashtag #KaveyEatsEcocook.


  • The deadline for entries is midnight GMT Friday 10th October, 2014.
  • Kavey Eats reserves the right to alter the closing date of the competition. Changes to the closing date, if they occur, will be shown on this page.
  • The 3 winners will be selected from all valid entries using a random number generator.
  • The first winner picked will be assigned the red pan, the second winner will be assigned the black pan and the third winner will be assigned the lime pan.
  • Entry instructions form part of the terms and conditions.
  • Where prizes are to be provided by a third party, Kavey Eats accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of that third party.
  • Each prize is a Premier Housewares Ecocook 30cm Sauté Pan. Free delivery within the UK is included.
  • The prizes cannot be redeemed for a cash value.
  • The prizes are offered and provided by Premier Housewares.
  • One blog entry per person only. One Twitter entry per person only. One Instagram entry per person only. You may enter all three ways but do not have to do so for your entries to be valid.
  • For Twitter entries, winners must be following @Kavey at the time of notification. For Instagram entries, winners must be following @Kaveyf at the time of notification. Blog comment entries must provide a valid email address for contacting the winner.
  • The winners will be notified by email, Twitter or Instagram so please make sure you check your accounts for the notification message. If no response is received from a winner within 7 days of notification, the prize will be forfeit and a new winner will be picked and contacted.

Kavey Eats received an Ecocook 30 cm Sauté Pan from Premier Housewares.

The winners are CariadonWales (Instagram), Shereen T and Rosemary Sheehan.

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65 Comments to "Premier Housewares Ecocook Pans | Competition (Closed)"

  1. Juliet Kavanagh

    My favourite stove top recipe is probably bortsch – messy but so nice when it’s cold outside!

  2. Claire Tucker

    I’m not the greatest of cooks, so like to keep thing simple, this time of year freshly caught mackerel from my husband straight in a pan, with a little oil, on turning add butter and when cooked remove fish and add lemon to the butter pan and pour over fish. All done in 6 minutes!

  3. Heather

    Ooh, a pan big enough to replace the one that died, with a lid. Fantastic. I’m making a lot of risotto just now, since I worked out how to do it without lots of stirring. Works with whatever we have in and easy to dress up and down, plus makes good leftovers.


  4. Jane Willis

    Risottos of all kinds – at this time of year, butternut squash and sage is a favourite

  5. Jackie Chapman

    I love to pan fry chicken thighs with mushrooms, sweet peppers and onions. Add turmeric, chicken stock and whatever herbs I fancy on the day to make a nice tasty dish which is gorgeous served with rice.

  6. Shereen T

    My favourite stove top recipe comes from Gordon Ramsay’s fast food cook book, and it’s an easy one. Fry sausages, soften onions (other veg may be used: I like leeks and/or mushrooms), pour in a tin of chopped tomatoes, a drained tin of beans of your choice, as many herbs as you like (I favour thyme, parsley and teeny bit of rosemary), and a good grind of black pepper. Simmer for 15-25 minutes until mix has thickened. Enjoy with green salad, crusty bread, or both.

    Those Ecocook pans look like they’d be perfect for the recipe too.

  7. Janice

    ooh lovely, I really like the lime coloured pans. I put out my wok and really fancy a saute pan, I’d make the gorgeous velvetted chicken stir fry recipe with peppers and spring onions, that came with a recipe box I was reviewing. I’ll be tweeting and sharing something from my kitchen on instagram asap!

  8. Brenda

    Tarka Dal is just wonderful comfort food, so delicious and versatile as it can be vegetarian or add lamb or chicken as required. The lime coloured pans are luscious!

  9. Louise Mcnicol

    Curried stew – hearty and warming! Now that I’ve mentioned it I’m looking forward to the colder weather again so I can have some.

  10. gill

    As of yesterday it#s pan friend salmon with pan fried udon noodles and green beans just cooked through, with butter sauce. It was delicious and Mr B cooked it up out of the blue

  11. Sue Cole

    My favourite has to be a good old chilli. Delicious with rice or with jacket potatoes and always spare to go in the freezer.

  12. William Gould

    My favourite stove top is definitely any form of stew, especially in winter. Wife not over keen though so I don’t get that many!

  13. Riocaz

    Mine would be shaksuka, eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce with vegetables, and served with nice warm flatbreads.

  14. Georgina Allen

    I love Chilli Beef. Tender, saucy and spicy. My favourite stove top recipe, and all the family loves it too ☺

  15. Lydia Frew

    Chicken stir-fry, which is always different depending on the veggies we have!


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