Gourmet Distinctions Roasting Pan with Rack (15x12x3.75-in.) by KitchenAid
Made of strong, mirror-polished 18/10 stainless steel, this 15-in. Roasting Pan is beautiful enough to go straight from the oven to the dining table. It includes a professional meat rack with easy lift rotating handles that allow you to safely and easily lift the rack and food out of the roaster or... See complete description »
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Made of strong, mirror-polished 18/10 stainless steel, this 15-in. Roasting Pan is beautiful enough to go straight from the oven to the dining table. It includes a professional meat rack with easy lift rotating handles that allow you to safely and easily lift the rack and food out of the roaster or rotate down for easy storage. Dishwasher safe and oven safe up to 500 degrees.
Great mid-sized roaster with a high-end finish, solidly built and a pleasure to look at on the shelf or table. Curved corners are well-suited to deglazing, and simple to clean up. Definitely great value at 1/3 the cost of a well-known USA-made benchmark.
My only comments are that the folding rack handles are just slightly in the way of the fixed pan handles and tend to want to 'fall inwards' onto your chicken. In the perfect world I would have the rack handles removeable (making them optional).
Highly recommended, you won't be dissapointed with this fine roasting tool!
I recently bought this roasting pan and I was very impressed . The weight and sturdiness of the pan was amazing . I am surprised at the price and have looked at and paid much more for a no more sturdy and no more attractive and certainly no easier to clean roaster pan. It is just slightly smaller than the others I have purchased but certainly big enough for a 16-18 pound turkey. It roasts as well as the others I have and as I said before it cleans up amazingly easy. I really enjoy it and may buy a few more for gifts and for myself . I have in the past used the one we all think of when we think of well made roasting pans and paid quite a bit for them but after reading the review by cooks illustrated I am glad to have found this one.
I was pleased with the overall performance with the roaster. I wasn't too happy with the rack though. The handles kept falling into the chicken I roasted. I was the pan without the rack with any problems with removing the bird. It cleans up easily..
I bought this to replace an old non-stick roaster that I haul out twice a year to took a turkey. 18 pound bird fit perfectly, and the drippings & veg I put in the bottom carmelized nicely without burning! Thus the sauce was delicious and clean up very easy.
My only (minor) grievance with this item is the folding handles tend to want to fold, even when your bird (or whatever) is in place. It in no way effects performance, just takes a little more care in extraction when hot.
Can't complain based on the price - used $40 of accumulated Discover Card points to get a $50 gift certificate on line. Net cost with shipping was about $11.00. Handles on rack tend to fall in, and the material is single ply stainless not stainless clad aluminum like the more expensive Calphalon and Al-clad pans.
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