Monday, 27 March 2017

Our Experiences With Bacofoil #BacofoilBacoShake

My husband always has problems with his roast potatoes sticking.  Even when he uses lots of oil, he ends up having to hack them off the baking tray so they usually look a bit of a mess!  Being the main cook in the family it drives him potty when the potatoes aren’t behaving themselves.

So we were excited to test out the Bacofoil Non-Stick foil to see how the product fared and to hopefully have more attractive roast potatoes in the process!  


My mum is a good cook and I think he wants to impress her with his roasties and up until now he hadn’t quite mastered the technique.


You can see him doing the Bacofoil Baco-Shake and happily singing “Shake Shake Shake, shake your potatoes!” in the short clip below (the boys thought it was hilarious!) but he was obviously in a good mood as the foil did everything it promised.

 

The Bacofoil Baco-Shake clearly shows his roast potatoes no longer stick so it’s easier to get his roasties right first time.  My mum now has competition for her roasties!  I think the Bacofoil Baco-Shake will become a teatime ritual now, for everything from fish fingers to sausages hubbie will be shaking his tray.

Using Bacofoil Non-Stick Foil can completely revolutionise mealtimes.  You can cut back on oil or eliminate it all together so better for your health and its much less stressful and messy because you no longer have to struggle removing food from inferior foil or a baking tray!  As I am in charge of tidying the kitchen after hubbie has cooked that pleases me no end, its much quicker getting everything done.  Leaving more time for what matters. 

You can follow Bacofoil on twitter and facebook to see more examples of how Bacofoil can come to the rescue in the kitchen and of course do feel free to share your own Bacofoil Baco-Shake with them too!

6 comments:

  1. that's an impressive shake and those roast potatoes look amazing. I'm guessing it helps with the washing up too, I hate cleaning baking trays (but I don't have a dishwasher)

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  2. That looks brilliant! I need this for homemade pizzas. The always ask you to use baking paper, but then it sticks and we're left eating mouthfuls of paper. Going to give this a go.

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  3. We use this but not because of the shake factor - it totally saves on washing up which is an even bigger benefit that the non stick x x

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  4. It makes a huge difference if they don't stick to the sheet!

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  5. That's a good idea. I usually cook ours in way too much oil. I agree with Helen on the baking parchment. It could be great with pizzas.

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  6. Oh I could eat those roasties now they look amazing!

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