The classic family roast is generally a special occasion and one that your arriving relatives will no doubt be placing some high expectations on. There may be a great deal of pressure on the host to present the perfect meal, but preparing a roast is not as intimidating as it might first appear, especially if you have the right tools for the job. Few meals are as delectable as roast beef and should you, as the host, end up producing a supreme taste sensation, your popularity will definitely increase.

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Roasting Made Easy

Preparing a roast does not need to be a pressure filled ordeal. If it’s your first time doing so, then pay careful attention to the recipe that you’ve selected but later, once you have developed a feel for it, you’ll be able to add your own personal touches. To really get the flavour to the surface, a common tip is to place your roast on a wire rack with the fat at the top. The idea here is to place a pan about an inch below so that it can catch the juices dripping down. 

Ensure that you have everything that you’ll need at hand before you begin, as the entire process should not really take you longer than an hour. Once you begin things will happen quickly and there’s little time for corrections. To ensure the best results, a good host or hostess will use the best quality products and Shopcookware offers just that with its versatile range of roastware products.

The Prestige Professional Roast N' Rack offers sublime craftsmanship at a highly competitive price, and its triple non-stick coat spells convenience for meal preparations. Their Anolon Roast & Rack also features the desirable wire grill that was noted before as excellent for the gathering of those delicious juices.

For all your roast, needs take a look at the handpicked selection offered by Shopcookware – your helping hand in the kitchen.

Which Suits You Best?

Cast ion roasters and casseroles, will withstand the test of time.  Unreservedly the best cookware product for even cooking.  Slow to start but will finish the best.  Retaining the heat to give out a complete even cooking of your roast.  Heavier than most others, but gives you the option of cooking on the hob or in the oven.

Stainless Steel will heat up quickly and get your meat searing.  Many have an aluminium core or layer aiding in the even distribution of heat.  Lightweight and hob friendly too.

Non-Stick Roasters will help you in the toughest part, cleaning up.  The non-stick surface aid in a quick and easy clean up after your meal.  Juices and stuck on meat and veg will fall off with just a small scrub.  Non-stick roasters are generally suitable for the oven only.