Yes the Ingenio range looks good, but since when was a lid an optional extra ? Lol
I currently nest two non matching pans, one of them has a straining lockable lid so great for potatoes etc; Its a Campingaz Flexi pot. I keep a disc of cardboard in the bag they are stored in to prevent rubbing and noise in transit. The smaller pan is a two quid non stick Tesco basic with lid and I remove the handle at the end of each trip ( requires a screwdriver )
Would be great to have a matching set, but these have served me well and I insist on lids ;)
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Did anyone here, actually buy these from Aldi please?
Had a look at them today, but each pan is sealed in a bag, so couldn't get a proper look at the finish and it doesn't say what they're made of. They were nice and light, but wondered if anyone's used them???
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I went into Aldi yesterday and saw them. They were still in individual sealed bag but I poked a finger through the hole - surface felt good. Handle also clips on very solidly to pans, though only 2 handles for 4 pans. 2 plastic storage lids too. I didn't buy as my current pans are ok(ish) but I want pans with lids (to reduce gas consumption and amount of steam created) and also because none of the pans were deep or wide enough for me to do pasta in for 4. The small pan is deep enough but not got enough capacity!
------------- Excitedly making camping plans for this year.... just can't make up my mind at the moment!
at Poppy. For pasta / boiling potatoes etc for 4 people I can highly recommend. Campingaz Flexi Pot. Not part of a nesting set though. It has a build in colander section to the locking lid and a decent non wobbly handle i'd be lost without mine.