BacoFoil Release Non-Stick foil Reviews
Newest Review: ... good. It's brill and I never thought I'd be saying that about tin foil! lol As long as you put it the right way up nothing ... more
Customer BacoFoil Release Non-Stick foil Reviews (4)
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 100 readings)
At one time my mum would buy the cheapest tin foil she could find in the shop, that was usually one of the unboxed rolls from the supermarket value ranges and would cost about 32p. A few months ago though they were giving roasting tin sized samples of this Bacofoil Non Stick foil away in Sainsburys and she's not brought anything else since because it's so good. It's brill and I never thought I'd be saying that about tin foil! lol As long as you put it the right way up nothing will stick to it and it's dead easy to push into all the corners of your baking tray to cover the whole thing. You have to make sure that the dull side is facing the food ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/08, updated on 08/02/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Tin Foil. What can you say about tin foil, not a lot, it's made from aluminium? Shiny, very thin, can wrap meat and other items while cooking, or to wrap cooked food to keep fresh. Except this is where BacoFoil, None-Stick Release is very different and as the title states, totally none stick. It's slightly expensive at around £1.06 to £1.20 (£1.00 at Wilkinsons) for 5 Meters but well worth it at around 7.5 pence per foot, which is about the amount used per item, and available from most supermarkets. So, what is so special that deserves the extra cost. There is nothing that I have found will stick to it, no oil, grease, lard or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/09 (Very useful, 732 readings)
Having read a review of this new product and realising the fact that it can save on washing up I couldn't wait to try it. I have a number of non-stick dishes at home but I do find that after a certain amount of use they lose their non-stickability. Even at the beginning of their life I find that some items can easily stick. This particularly happens when you cook like me as I like to make 100% sure that everything is cooked through meaning that all food gets put a little above the recipe temperature and gets an extra 5 minutes. I was shopping at Tesco for some normal foil when I seen this newer version beside it and remembered the review and although ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 154 readings)
I bought this after reading a couple of reviews about it on here, in my local shop it's £1.59 which is more expensive than my usual tin foil but as soon as I opened the box I saw how thick it was so I didn't feel as though I were paying over the odds. It claims to be non-stick and it really is, I've used it on my baking tray and in my roasting tin and nothing has stuck to the foil however sticky the foodstuffs I've been cooking with are. The most impressive results were when I cooked a honey basted salmon steak and it lifted straight off the Bacofoil without leaving even so much as a trace of salmon skin on the foil. I've also used it to wrap fish ... Read the complete review
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