Prestige Eco Pots And Pans Review & Giveaway / AD

How eco-friendly is your cookware? I will admit, it’s not really something I have considered before on our green-living journey. The food we cook and the containers they come in yes, but the pots and pans we use, not so much. But now thanks to Prestige Eco cookware you can cook in eco pots and pans and make your cooking and your kitchen even greener!

Prestige Eco Cookware pots and pans are made with a revolutionary new plant-based material that’s non-stick, PFOA-free and palm oil-free, as well as being made from recycled material. The pans are also recyclable themselves!

I love discovering brands that are doing great things to become more sustainable. Prestige has also teamed up with TREE AID, and they’ll plant a tree with them for every Eco pan sold, how great is that?!

There are a total of seven items in Prestige’s Eco Cookware range:

Every type of pot and pan you will need in your kitchen and all of the eco cookware can be used on any cooker type, including induction. With a lovely green flecked colour, the pans are also scratch-resistant too. Other plus points for me are that they are dishwasher safe and can be used in the oven up to 150°C/300°F/Gas Mark 2.

When using the pans one of the things you will notice is how lightweight they are so no accidental dropping of a heavy pan. But if the pans do get damaged they have a 5-year quality guarantee as well – longevity is so important when trying to be more sustainable.

Cooking with Prestige Eco Pots And Pans

I decided to put the Prestige Eco Pans to the test by cooking a risotto, notoriously difficult to get just right and perfect to check just how non-stick they really are!

We walked to the allotment to see what fresh veg we could gather to use, picking an onion, french beans and peas. I also used some peppers we had at home to make a delicious fresh vegetable risotto.

Using the Prestige eco pots and pans I think I cooked my best risotto yet! There was definitely no sticking as the rice slowly cooked and the vegetables were easy to soften up without burning. The washing up was a breeze as well. A complete success! I’m so pleased to now have some great eco-friendly pans to use.

Fresh Vegetable Risotto

Try this recipe yourself and cook a delicious fresh vegetable risotto. The beauty of this recipe is that you can keep it seasonal, adding vegetables that are fresh and currently available!



  1. Prepare your vegetables by carefully washing and cutting them.
  2. Make your vegetable stock and leave simmering to keep warm.
  3. Heat some oil in a large pan and add the arborio rice. Stir until the edges have turned translucent. Then ladle in your first of the stock stirring until the rice has almost absorbed the water before adding another.
  4. Meanwhile, in a separate pan, add the onions stirring until softened. Then add the rest of your vegetables, stirring occasionally. Don’t allow them to burn, you want them soft but still tender. Once they are softened turn down the heat.
  5. Keep adding a ladle of stock at a time to the rice making sure it doesn’t dry out and don’t forget to stir.
  6. Once your risotto is “al dente” turn off the heat add your cheese, a little butter and a good helping of salt and pepper, place the lid on and allow to melt.
  7. Once melted stir in the cheese, butter and seasoning, add the sautéed vegetables and you’re good to go!
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50 responses to “Prestige Eco Pots And Pans Review & Giveaway / AD”

  1. Nikki Webb says:

    Looks tasty! Will definitely be trying this recipe. A favourite in our house is fajitas. I throw any veg etc we have leftover and the kids loving building them themselves x

  2. Amazing giveaway and fab risotto recipe. My family love Chinese stir fry we have it once a week so this is how I’d be christening The pans if I won!

  3. Tracy Nixon says:

    Paella at the moment!

  4. Debbie Skerten says:

    Like you my favourite meal to cook is a risotto. My favourite has to be Asparagus and Chicken Risotto.

  5. Miriam T says:

    I have wanted these pans for so long, they look amazing! I would love to cook chicken curry in them

  6. Eleanor Harrison says:

    Vegan enchiladas!

  7. Ritchie Dee says:

    Chickpea tagine

  8. valbuk says:

    In the winter a warming casserole, in the summer a quick stirfry

  9. ashleigh allan says:

    A nice stir fry!

  10. piperanddaisy says:

    I cook every day because I can’t get ready meals or take aways that are vegetarian, gluten free and lactose free…plus that taste good and aren’t just piles of rice or chickpeas. In summer I cook mostly on the stovetop because it’s too hot to have the oven on. At the moment my favourite is a stir fry with loads of veggies including broccoli and spinach. I love the look of these pans, they make my stainless steel look very boring (and very well used!)

  11. darren hay says:

    my favourite meal to cook is a pad thai

  12. Lynne Durkin says:

    At the moment we’re into scrubbing potatoes, chopping them up and putting all different spices on them and seeing how they turn out

  13. Kathleen Marsden says:

    Salmon en croute

  14. Carole Nott says:

    Mostly any dish using pasta and fresh vegs – quick and easy and very tasty

  15. Rena Plumridge says:

    Spaghetti Bolognese

  16. Mari Sutherland says:


  17. Nicola Godfrey says:

    Meatballs in tomato sauce with Spaghetti

  18. Chloe Bates says:

    We love cooking fajitas! This would be amazing for our new home

  19. Ellie Spider says:

    chickpea and spinach curry

  20. Love a good chilli

  21. F Chowdhury says:

    Steak and fries

  22. michelle o'neill says:

    a roast dinner

  23. Anonymous says:

    My favourite meal to cook at the moment is diet cola chicken – sounds bizarre but it’s amazing.

  24. Kelly Smith says:

    Roast dinner yum thanks x

  25. Kas Grant says:

    Shepherds pie as both my tinies eat it up

  26. madeline connolly says:

    stir fry

  27. Helen R says:

    I love making cajun rice.

  28. Katie B says:

    My favourite thing to cook at the moment is chicken saag! Nom

  29. J F Matcham says:

    I love a veggie stir fry or kedgeree or Risotto.

  30. yolanda davis says:

    I love my homemade spaghetti bolognese.

  31. Maya says:

    I like cooking roast beef, potatoes, veg and Yorkshire pudding.

  32. E. Guerreiro says:

    I can cooked up some great bbq ribs. They always get eaten.

  33. Sarah Cooper says:

    I like to cook stir-fry

  34. Amy Bondoc says:

    i just love to cook a full sunday roast!

  35. Hayley Jane Wakenshaw says:

    At the minute it’s bobotie, a South African mince dish served with rice. But if Im cooking for just me, I often make a comforting butternut and bacon risotto. 🙂

  36. Emma Fox says:

    A chicken dinner 🙂

  37. Alison Johnson says:

    I love cooking Tortilla & everyone certainly enjoys eating it!

  38. Marc H says:

    Always enjoy cooking curries.

  39. Bev Cousins says:

    Love cooking curries from scratch, i love adding different veg,fruit extra every time i make a curry to make it more exciting and tastier. Normally i have to make 2 different types, one for hubby and one for the rest of the family as hubby loves it extremely HOT HOT HOT! lol

  40. Maddy says:

    You can’t beat a roast chicken

  41. Christine Shelley says:

    Nothing too complicated but the family like a curry

  42. twomacs1980yahoocouk says:

    I love cooking a curry

  43. E says:

    A nice warming winter stew in these lovely pans

  44. Diana says:

    Roast Dinner 🙂

  45. Yolanda Davis says:

    I like making spaghetti Bologna’s. I know it’s quick and easy but the whole family enjoys it and it’s one of my faves as well.

  46. kim neville says:

    My family like my chicken korma which is easy to make 🙂

  47. Helen Swales says:

    Beef stir fry; so tasty and easy to prep and cook too, ready in minutes, great after a day’s work

  48. Patricia Avery says:

    I love cooking a roast with all the trimmings. Christmas dinner is probably the favourite roast

  49. Gill Mitchell says:

    I love making a spaghetti bolognese, it’s nice and easy and guaranteed to end up with clean plates!

  50. I love making curries of all kinds . Though my favourite is a Goan fish curry . Its the creativity you can bring to it , in the layering of spices . I must admit most of my efforts are “style” curries , rather than being wholly faithful to any recipe .

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