Sautéed Peas with Parmesan & a Giveaway


I received the following product for review purposes, all opinions are my own. 


When I was growing up frozen peas were not a stable. Fresh peas were abundant from my mother’s garden. Unfortunately I did not inherit her green thumb, so frozen peas are my children’s reality. Lacking the fresh vibrant taste of newly picked peas, I endeavor to add some flavor to our frozen variety by sautéing them with enhancing ingredients. A little salt, pepper, Parmesan, onions and butter can add make a typical bag of these vegetables come to life.


The latest enhancement to my sautéing is this Flare pan. With FIN-X technology, the idea is to cook fast and ultimately cook better. The noticeable difference in this pan is the flared bottom; it isn’t too hard to figure out where they came up with the name of the cookware. Made with cast aluminum these “performance fins” contain the heat and distribute it evenly across and up the pan.


I tested this UK developed pan by making eggs and our favorite sautéed peas. The efficiency of the locked-on heat combined with the nonstick surface made for quick results. The first time I tried the pan was on my gas stove. The gas while powerful can also produce uneven heat, my Flare pan did a great job of heating my eggs equally. I made both scrambled eggs and omelets with easy success.


The next test was on these sautéed peas with an electric stove at Nana’s house. I can attest the pan works well on both gas and electronic stoves. Our frozen peas were ready in no time. Based upon my experience with this 8-inch sauté pan I’m eager to try the stockpot. Any way I can make water boil faster for my always hungry fellas is a good thing.



Sautéed Peas with Parmesan
Write a review
203 calories
0 g
61 g
23 g
0 g
15 g
28 g
3 g
0 g
1 g
7 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount Per Serving
Calories 203
Calories from Fat 202
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 23g
Saturated Fat 15g
Trans Fat 1g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 6g
Cholesterol 61mg
Sodium 3mg
Total Carbohydrates 0g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Sugars 0g
Protein 0g
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
  1. 2 TBSP butter, 1/4 cup diced yellow onion, 2 garlic cloves, salt & pepper to taste, approx. 2 cups thawed frozen peas, 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
  1. 1. Sauté butter in Flare pan.
  2. 2. Add onions & garlic and sauté until soft.
  3. 3. Add peas and cook until warmed.
  4. 4. Add Parmesan cheese, salt & pepper to taste.
The Mama Report
One lucky Mama Report reader will win an 8-inch Flare pan for themselves!

{Please note this contest is available to U.S. residents only}


  1. I’ve not heard of the flare pan but I like the concept. I bet it heats very evenly and fast.

  2. Karen Glatt says

    I have never heard of a flare pan before, but what I like about it is that the flared pan distributes the heat much more effectively than a regular pan. This pan sounds amazing! I made sauteed peas in Parmesan last night. It would be great to make this recipe in this pan!

  3. D Schmidt says

    I have not heard of this brand, I am curious about the heat distribution during cooking.

  4. Vicki Wurgler says

    I have never heard of this but I’m interested in the performance fins that contain the heat and distribute it evenly across and up the pan.

  5. Never heard of them, but looks like a good product.

  6. I have never heard of this brand before. But I would love to try this pan out! Thanks!

  7. Kimberly Bauer says

    I have never seen a Flare Pan but I am very intrigued.

  8. I have never heard of them before. I like the base of the pan, which would stabilize it while on the stove. I hate when I am cooking eggs and the uneven pan causes it to shift to one side.

  9. Barbara Montag says

    This is the first time I’ve heard of a Flare pan.
    I like how evenly and fast things cook in them.
    thank you

  10. Dorothy Teel says

    I have never heard of a Flare pan until I ready your review, it would be interesting to see if with my gas stove it stays evenly cooking, very interesting concept, thank you for sharing this review

  11. Madeline says

    I haven’t heard of the Flare pan. What intrigues me is being able to cook 40% faster.

  12. soha molina says

    I haven’t heard of the Flare pan

  13. i have never heard of it. i like that it distributes heat evenly.

  14. Melissa S says

    I have not heard of this brand before. I am intrigued by the bottom of the pan and how it would help heat distribute evenly. Right now I use cast iron and I still have to turn the pan often to cook food evenly.

  15. carol clark says

    no mam im wondering how well it really cooks looks neat o

  16. Diane Sallans says

    I have to heard about Flare pans before, but I’m always on the lookout for pans that will cook and cleanup well.

  17. I haven’t heard of these pans but they look cool! and I am intrigued that they cook evenly

  18. I recently heard about this brand, but I’ve not used it. I love the design.

  19. I have not heard of the Flare pan. I am intrigued by the design and the fact that food cooks faster in this pan.

  20. sandra davis says

    I have never heard of this brand before but it looks and sounds so cool. I love that it has the nonstick surface and heats evenly.

  21. I’ve never heard of Flare pans. I like that the heat is distributed evenly up the sides of the pan.

  22. Carolsue says

    I have not heard of this brand or flare pans. But it sounds neat. I like that the heat is distributed throughout the pan.

  23. I have never heard of Flare pans. They look like an innovative new way of cooking!

  24. I’ve never heard of it, like that the heat distributes evenly up the sides of the pan

  25. Ive never heard of this brand, but I love the design. I am in need of a new pan… 🙂

  26. I had not heard of these pans before, but the design looks very intriguing! Like that it helps cook food evenly.

  27. Desiree Dunbar says

    I have not ever had a pan like this but like that it distributes heat evenly.

  28. Beth Moore says

    I have never heard of a Flare pan, but the unique design has me intrigued! I would love to try one!

  29. These are a new one to me, and I am intrigued.

Speak Your Mind