Giveaway (CLOSED): Mermaid Deep Side Handled Roasting Tin

Deep handled roaster

I am a huge fan of, and convert, to Mermaid bakeware; made in Britain, they are robust, non stick and solid.   Made of hard anodised metal they are oven safe to 240oC/475oF/Gas Mark 9, and can also be used on the hob.  With seasoning and continued use the metal surface develops a patina which stops food sticking.  Perfect for all your baking, roasting and oven needs.

This deep side handled roaster comes in three sizes and retails for around £50.

I have one medium roaster to give away to one Fuss Free Flavours reader, perfect for a joint of lamb this Easter.

For a chance to win, follow the instructions below, for great competition karma please also follow and like Mermaid Bakeware.

(I realise that the title of this post sounds that I am advocating roasting mermaids, which would not be nice for the poor memaid, and what would the cooking time be? I am sure it would be terribly easy to over cook the poor mermaid’s tail?)

Win Deep Side Handled Roaster from Mermaid

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Comments

  1. Vikki says

    My favourite roast would have to be a mix of parsnips, carrots, onions, beetroot and sprouts, as I’m a vegetarian. Nut roasts are all well and good but I’m a huge fan of the veg especially with balsamic.

  2. Beverley Marsh says

    Roast rib of beef, yorkshire puddings, colourful veggies, crunchy roast potatoes and creamed horseradish sauce. Oooh yum …… now I’m feeling hungry :-) !!

  3. Lisa Pope says

    I love roast Lamb, it’s just so expensive though, so we usually end up having free range chicken as either our Sunday or midweek roast

  4. Allison Gasper says

    Slow-cooked lamb shoulder with Morrocan spices……..I’v always wanted one of the roasting trays. Fingers crossed :)

  5. Sarah Birkett says

    If someone else cooks it, then lamb, otherwise chicken, but always have yorkshire puddings with everything

  6. Elizabeth Pearson says

    My mum gave me one of these as a ‘pressie’ after Delia recommended them

    15 years on and it’s still going, if a little tired and well ‘seasoned’ – it cooks superb roasts

    Fantastic prize – I’d really love a new one – PLEASE

  7. Nicola Marie Reynolds says

    It would have to be my Mum’s Roast Beef, she makes it perfectly and the gravy she makes to go with it is divine!

  8. Judith Allen says

    Roast beef and Yorkshire puddings. Roast chicken with stuffing or pork with apple sauce are very close joint second.

  9. Mark Whittaker says

    I love slow roast duck, we have it at almost every special occasion , to the point where it almost become ceremonial !

  10. Carol Gardner says

    roast beef, we dont eat it that often, but when we do, I love it, but it must not be over looked as there is nothing worst that dry tough beef, tastes like shoe leather, but moist and juicy is great.

  11. Mandy Carter says

    It has to be deliciously tender roast beef joint coupled with fluffy golden yorkshire puddings. Served with a tasty homemade gravy made from the meat juices. Truly mouthwatering!

  12. Meryl Rees says

    We have a meat van in town every Saturday who sells the most amazing joints of beef. A £5 piece of topside is enough for 4 plus sandwiches the next day. This has to be my favourite roast, no extra flavours added, we have it as it is with gravy made from the juices. Yum

  13. ann scally says

    I love roast chicken with all the trimmings, and should there be any left its either curry or chicken pot pie the next day x

  14. says

    Oooh that;s a toughie. If it’s really good pork then probably that, but in general I’d always plump for a beef roast….so that I can have Yorkshires and Horseradish!

  15. Beth Scott says

    To be perfectly honest my favourite roast is any that doesn’t involve me cooking or washing up! If I had a selection to choose from I’d definitely choose lamb although sadly it doesn’t agree with me.

  16. Christine Constable says

    Roast beef, with yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and parsnips, horseradish sauce, brocolli, good gravy…….

  17. Joanna Orr says

    I do a lovely 6 hours slow roast lamb with garlic and rosemary. The meat falls off the bone and tastes just amazing. A family fave!!

  18. Ali Thorpe says

    Good old chicken with Rosemary and garlic, with crisp roasties, parsnips and baby carrots in honey, savoy cabbage and peas.

  19. Fiona Karbal says

    I’m vegetarian so it would have to be a vegetable roulade, with roast potatoes, parsnips, a nice vegetarian gracy and cranberry sauce

  20. Joanne Crosby says

    Ooh, difficult choice. I think I would go with roast beef and yorkshires, roast potatoes, swede, carrots and sweetcorn.

  21. spearce says

    I love lamb,but not all of us like it,so the next best thing is a nice juicy chicken with herby butter stuffed under the skin.

  22. Marie Clifton says

    I love roast veg, especially butternut squash, cauliflower, aubergine, mushrooms and brussel sprouts. Also, I made a vegetarian sausage roast for christmas which was lovely.

  23. lucinda duxbury says

    i love roast lamb but unfortunately i cant really afford it, so i have to make do with a chicken, which is always yummy

  24. Phyllis Ellett says

    Had a good think about this one, love lamb, pork, not a big fan of beef. All in all really it has to be roast chicken to be my number 1.

  25. Hilary Grey says

    I love making a big roast chicken dinner with beautiful herby butter spread liberally over the skin, sausagemeat pressed between the skin and the breast and an onion, a lemon and a few sprigs of basil popped in the cavity. Fab! :-)

  26. Jane Baillie says

    It would have to be roast aubergine, leeks, peppers, courgettes, tomatoes, along with any other veg I happened to have lying around, drizzled with olive oil and lots of crushed garlic. I love roast veg!

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