This is a gifted partnership
To help celebrate the launch of a revolutionary new pan with a non-stick coating to eliminate additional oils or fats, as well as a hybrid stone coating that helps conduct heat much faster than regular pans, Boo Roo and Tigger Too have been challenged to the Regis Stone Non-Stick Breakfast Challenge.
Regis Stone Non-Stick Breakfast Challenge
The idea of the challenge is to come up with a delicious breakfast using the new Regis Stone pan. Afterwards, our entry alongside the other bloggers taking part in the competition will be promoted on the JML Facebook page. Entries will be placed within an album where they will encourage their fans to vote on their favourite breakfast creation – with the winner a handful of fantastic JML prizes! (So please don’t forget to pop along and ‘like’ our entry’).
Regis Stone Pans
Regis Stone Pans boast enhanced durability and strong surface. They’re created with a unique specially formulated advanced hybrid coating, which absorbs heat quicker to speed-up cooking. This special coating is also non-stick, so you can cook without oils or fats and clean them very easily.
Embellished with a beautiful rustic speckled finish, Regis Stone Pans will offer you years of faster, easier, more stylish cooking.
- Ultra-hard marble coating
- Superior even heat induction
- Increased heat absorption
- Easy to clean
- No oil needed
- Tough anti-scratch surface
- Die-cast base
- Step-fixed handle
Sunday mornings wouldn’t be the same without a good full English fry up. Whilst the end result is delicious getting it to the plate can be a royal pain in the bum. Our current ‘non-stick’ frying pan isn’t really up to muster and requires oil to cook anything without it sticking to the base. Adding the nightmare it is to clean into the mix, I often end up having several pans as well as the grill on the go in order to achieve our wonderful breakfast.
With the Regis Stone non-stick pan I thought what better way to test it was truly non-stick than cooking a full English in there without using any oil. The 24cm pan allowed me to add two sausages, two rashers of bacon and a fried egg all at once (I could have squeezed in some mushrooms or tomatoes but I forgot to buy any).
With one English breakfast ready it was time to see how easy it was to clean between servings. A simple wipe with a damp sponge removed any mess from the first cooking batch and allowed me to quickly start cooking the next serving. Once I’d cooked up some delicious breakfasts there was something missing… Eggy Bread (or Savoury French Toast), let me share me my easy to make recipe…
How to make Eggy BreadCourse: Breakfast, Brunch
Why not add a savoury treat to your full English breakfast, instead of having your bread and eggs separate taste test our delicious ‘Eggy Bread’
2 Medium eggs
1 cup of milk
A pinch of salt u0026 pepper
8 Slices of bread
Non-stick frying pan
- Pre-heat your non-stick frying pan on a medium heat
- Beat the two eggs and milk in a bowl
- Season with salt u0026 pepper
- Dip each slice of bread in the mixture just before you are ready to add to the frying pan
- Add two slices of bread to the frying pan
- Turn the slices over after approx 1 min
- Serve alongside sausages, bacon, beans, mushrooms and tomatoes
- u003cliu003eWhy try adding some spices to your mixture to give your ‘Eggy Bread’ and extra kicku003c/liu003e