Giveaway: Circulon Acclaim 14-inch Paella Pan

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Disclosure:  I received the Circulon Acclaim Paella Pan.  The comments in this post are 100% my own.

 

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Hey guys!

Look what I have for one of my readers!

 

It’s a Circulon Acclaim 14″ Covered Paella Pan!

 

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To be honest, I have never made Paella, but I’m lovin’ this large size pan!

 

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Can you see the raised circles on the nonstick surface?  I love this feature!  It’s durable and super easy to clean.

 

I can’t say enough about these handles.  Not only are they comfortable and wide enough for any size hands, they don’t get hot when you’re cooking!  That’s a huge plus for me!

 

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Do you ever have a hard time fitting all of your meat in the pan?  Look at all the room I have in this 14-inch pan!

 

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I really didn’t need a large pan to cook these carrots, but I wanted to see if it cooked evenly and I was totally happy with the results.

 

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The glass lid is solid and comes with a good size knob that also doesn’t get hot during cooking.

You would think that a pan this size would be heavy, but it is surprisingly light.  Having two handles really makes it easy to carry. I LOVE this Circulon Acclaim collection and highly recommend it!

 

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Comments

  1. 2

    CarolH says

    I would cook an oriental chicken dish that I used to make in my crockpot, but have switched to a combo of starting it on the stove top and finishing it in the over.

  2. 9

    Jeanne Guernsey says

    This pan looks wonderful. I’d love to win it! I’d definitely make some paella and lots of other dinners in it.

  3. 25

    Stacy F. says

    Gosh. I’d cook EVERYTHING. Lots and lots of chicken! :) I have one go to pan and it’s about done for. And I’ve been dreading busting out my grandparents’ cast iron pans. They’re so heavy!!

  4. 60

    Chris says

    It would be so easy to make a huge batch of my sante fe chicken in this pan. Then we would have leftivers for the week!

  5. 61

    Tracy says

    Everything! Right now I have an abundance of kale and chiles, so wilted kale and onions and rajas would be tops on my list.

  6. 65

    Dorothy Teel says

    I would use it to make chicken and yellow rice for when my family comes over to eat cause it takes a big pan of this to feed my family and grandchildren

  7. 76

    Jayme H. says

    I would make one pan meals like paella, goulash, couscous, and stir fry. I’d also probably make pancakes in it.

    Thanks!
    JH

  8. 83

    says

    This kind of a pan is fabulous for everything, frittatas, paella, scrambling eggs to toasting nuts. I’d love it and use it all the time. Crossing my fingers and thanks for the chance to win.

  9. 102

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says

    For starters – one of my most favorite dishes in the world: PAELLA – and it’s Cajun style cousin, Jambalaya, stir-fried/tossed pasta dishes (and Lingquien with Clam Sauce.) Pan fried fish (like end of season fresh Alaska Halibut!) and Shrimp Scampi over Capellini – to name a few!

  10. 147

    Kristie F says

    Thank you so much for the giveaway! I would cook grilled cheese, hash browns, scrambled eggs, bacon, and anything else I wanted to in this awesome pan!

  11. 166

    Lyndi Malarchuk says

    I would love to try making a paella. I’ve never made one before, and I think my hubby and kids would love it, since they love all the things that go into it.

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