Men love to grill out, that’s a fact. But with the stormy weather we’re having here, it’s been too dangerous and too wet to even try to get outdoors to cook. And that’s okay thanks to my Swiss Diamond roaster that I received for review purposes. Not only is now my favorite cooking dish, it’s the perfect Fathers Day present for any man. They can cook anything in it they’d normally cook outdoors, and it’s big enough to invite friends over as well. And don’t forget yourself. Buying one of these for your favorite guy will guarantee it a nice spot in your home. I have a feeling you’ll fight over who gets to cook dinner using this extraordinary Swiss Diamond cookware. It’s cooking to perfection like you’ve never seen before.
The Swiss Diamond roaster has so many cool features that I want to address before you check out my recipe. To start with, it’s a nonstick pan. Nothing is going to stick in this bad boy, making cleaning a breeze. Then there’s the fact that it uses real diamond crystals for maximum durability, highest release properties, and optimum heat transfer. This neat cookware brand is manufactured mainly in Switzerland by using a hydroelectric green power supply, clean in a clean and safe environment and is the controlled by the Swiss authorities. It’s one of the most unique cookware products I own and I’m loving it. Even the Wall Street Journal is impressed by its performance, naming it “the Rolls-Royce” of nonstick fry pans.
One of our favorite dishes in the Swiss Diamond Roaster is a baked Boston Butt with a delicious *Butt Rub. No buts about it, this Boston Butt is made even better from the perfect heating of the roaster. The recommended Butt Rub is made with all natural ingredients and because of the shape of the roaster and its designed technology, your butt is going to turn out perfect every time. I don’t even need to add salt while it’s cooking with this Butt Rub. The seasoning bakes into it giving it a delicious flavor for when I want to serve it sliced instead of as pulled pork. No matter how you cook it, this Swiss Diamond Roaster gives a superior performance to every meal. If you make a purchase of the Butt Rub or the Swiss Diamond Roaster by using these two links, I will receive a small commission in the form of a gift card, at no extra cost to you. *Amazon affiliate. Just look for the pig.
I’ve created a Boston Butt recipe that’s perfect for a nice Father’s Day meal around the table. The aroma will call the family to the kitchen before it’s even finished. See how you can impress even the pickiest man with this faux grilled tasting Boston Butt.
Boston Butt with Butt Rub
Butt Rub (you can purchase it on Amazon)
Are you ready to do some cooking? After washing your Swiss Diamond Roaster and letting it dry, wash your Boston Butt and add it to your pan. Preheat oven to 350. Sprinkle a hearty amoung of Butt Rub on it and after your oven is ready, pop it in for 3 hours.
Prepare your carrots and dice or slice an onion to add and add both to your roaster then pop back in the oven for an hour.
Peel your potatoes and cook them to mashed. Now, let me tell you a little story. When my kids were little, I didn’t have a good mixer so my potatoes were always lumpy (single mom fully supporting 3 kids). I told the kids that’s how they’re supposed to be. And now that I do have a good mixer, they still want lumpy potatoes (because I told a fib and that’s how they think they’re supposed to be). I have lumpy mashed potatoes down pat, lol. After I drain the potatoes, I let them cool off some. After about 10 to 15 minutes, I heat 1 cup of milk, per 5 pounds of potatoes, and 1 stick of butter (the real stuff folks), until the butter is melted. I then turn off my pan and readd my potatoes. I mash them leaving plenty of lumps and then serve. And that’s what I get for telling a fib but in all honesty, there’s nothing better than lumpy potatoes. Except for chocolate.
Call the family to the kitchen and serve. Add a dollop of drippings to your lumpy mashed potatoes.
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I’d love to know your thoughts on my new Swiss Diamond Roasting Pan. Would you consider buying it as a gift or would you rather gift it to yourself?