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Cookplus Speedcook Sauce Pan Review

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One of the newest additions to my cookware is the Lock&Lock Cookplus Speedcook 7.1-In Sauce Pan. This sauce pan is designed to make cooking ramen, or any noodle soup dish, a simple process. It kind of arrived at my doorstep at a very convenient time. I’m currently involved in some recipe testing for Terry Hope Romero‘s upcoming cookbook and she had a vegan noodle soup dish that I was looking forward to cooking. She’s currently working on a vegan cookbook to be released next year that will feature a collection of recipes from soups to salads to entrees and even a few desserts, inspired from across the world. The Cookplus Speedcook sauce pan was just perfect for cooking up this fresh noodle soup in sesame miso broth dish.

The key features of the sauce pan is fast, efficient thermal dispersion and the hard anodizing coating. I really liked how super light the pan was, even when it was filled with broth. There’s also a silicone covered handle, giving you a nice comfortable grip as you move the pan from stove to table. No need for cooking mitts. For convenience, there’s also measurement lines on the inside of the pot (1-2 servings) and a pouring spout on the edge of the pot.

The noodle soup came out fantastic. The broth was so flavorful with the kombu (kelp). shiitake mushrooms, and kome miso (white rice and soybeans miso). All prepared using one handy cookware. Another neat thing about the sauce pan, turn the lid over and you can use it as a serving dish!

Disclaimer: Products were provided to me to review by LocknLock as part of the LocknLock Supporters Program. No other compensation was received for this post. The post was written by LookyTasty and all opinions expressed are solely mine.

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  6. M.G. Ibiary

    April 12, 2017 at 5:09 pm

    Can I use Cookplus Speed cook Pan for frying?

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