Saturday, November 3, 2012
IMUSA Jumbo Cooker Review
I love cooking, and finding ways to make clean-up easier is always a benefit. Anyone who spends any amount of time in the kitchen knows exactly what I mean! Of course, another problem I run into is finding pans and dishes that will cook enough food. With a family of 8, cooking anything on the stove can be difficult, since most skillets, griddles, and pans are too small to cook enough for 8 people at one time. However, when I discovered IMUSA and saw their Black Jumbo Cooker, I knew I had found an answer to both of these problems!
The Jumbo Cooker comes with a glass lid, and features a silicone handle as well as a small grip on the opposite side. This comes in very handy during cooking. I was impressed with the size; not only is the pan wider, but it's also deeper than any of our other saute pans. I've cooked up 3-4 pounds of ground beef at a time in here, and there's plenty of room to work. This has honestly become my go-to pan for any cooking need. Ground beef or turkey, eggs, veggies...anything that I can cook in this pan, I will!
Now, about the clean-up. Usually the most hated part of cooking, right? The first time I washed this pan, I was simply stunned. I have never had a pan clean so easily. I literally wiped out the greasy remains with a soapy cloth. No need for scrubbing at all. Of course, I figured it was just because of what I had cooked. Wait till I try scrambled eggs or something a little harder to get out. Nope! Those washed out just as easily! Needless to say, everyone in the family now reaches for this pan, because it's so easy to clean up!
IMUSA has some other great pans, kitchen tools and cookers, so if you need an upgrade on some of your cookware, I suggest you check them out!
Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this review; I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine; all quotes taken from the IMUSA website. I was not required to post favorably about the product or company.
Posted by Hope at 1:56 PM