Nonstick Broiler Pan (16.5x12x2-in.) by Norpro
With its compact dimensions (16.5 x 12-in.), this broiler pan slides right inside your oven. On top, place steaks, seafood or vegetables and let them broil. Underneath, another pan catches excess fat and oils; use it, too, for roasting, baking or toasting open-faced turkey and swiss sandwiches. The ... See complete description »
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With its compact dimensions (16.5 x 12-in.), this broiler pan slides right inside your oven. On top, place steaks, seafood or vegetables and let them broil. Underneath, another pan catches excess fat and oils; use it, too, for roasting, baking or toasting open-faced turkey and swiss sandwiches. The broiler pan has a nonstick surface so foods release easily without a messy cleanup.
This broiler pan works very well and keeps clean up to a minimum. I would recommend it to any one-just remember that you don't have to use any non stick spray on this because the non stick surface really works.
I've used this nonstick broiler pan and been amazed at how easily the pan cleaned up and how little the food even stuck to it. It has a finish as if it had a coating of oil on it which very little adheres to. I am very happy with this product.
I haven't had it long enough, but I hope it stays nonstick! I have yet to find a broiler that lasts this way. My husband and I have an agreement. I cook and he cleans up. Since his concept of cleaning involves rubbing a sudsy cloth over the broiler, I really need nonstick.
So much easier to clean than the enamel broiler pans - takes only seconds! Just wish it were a little larger.
The pan is a fabulous size - not as cumbersome as the pan that comes standard with the oven. The surface is easier to clean than the oven standard, although still not as easy as I hoped even with vegetable oil brushed across it. The other problem with the pan is that there are no instructions. I don't know if it's dishwasher safe. I don't know if there are any tips on cleaning the pan by hand. I don't know if the pan heats up differently than a standard broiler pan (in terms of adjusting cooking times).
Its fine, given that no one offers the big broiler pan with ovens any more. But I'd like the distance between the top (where the food sits) and the bottom to be a litle higher. But the size is right for the one or two steaks I want to broil without getting the whole oven-sized broiler out. I am surprised there are not more options for this out there.
If there are degrees of nonstickiness, then this broiler pan must be at the bottom.
Performed well. Lived up to it's non stick advertisement. Does stain with grease, which is hard to remove
It's a bit lightweight for a broiling pan, but for the cost it is a good value and it cleans up nicely. Broiling pans are difficult to find and don't always come with a new stove anymore, so it was nice to finally find something!
After about 3 uses, charred bits of my steak stuck to the pan and could not be removed with soap and water.
The first time I used this broiler pan, cleanup was a breeze. However with the 2nd use the non stick spray has become permanently stuck onto the surface in places where I did not have food on the pan. The pan did not come with recommendations not to use non stick spray so I was a little surprised when this happened. On the plus side, the drip tray is nice and deep and certainly can be used as a roasting pan as the description suggests.
it was way too much money. i made the mistake of thinking i would get what i paid for. i expected a good heavy duty pan-that was really just one step up from a disposable aluminum. this quality of cookware sells at kmart for about 13 dollars.it is also very hard to clean due to poor design.i found later i could get one from g.e.-original eq. for my new stove for one third of the money.thank you for this chance to speak out
I was disappointed in the broiler pan that I received because it is not an easy clean-up. I have another one at my home in New York and find it very easy to clean-up. If it wasn't for that I think it is wonderful
Very disappointed......difficult cleaning...fact, I got so frustrated with the "little broiler holes I tossed it!
Worst teflon product I've ever purchased.
Before I purchased thid brouler I read the mixed reviews. There are mamy people who do not use the right cleaning products, soI choose to believe that was why the finish was coming off. Well I was wrong. The non stick finish lasted less then a month when it started coming off. It is now in the trsash and has been be replaced by one manufactured by Wilton, which has no sharp edged as this pne did, is heavier and cost cost 20% less.
Coating on both grid and pan began separating from metal soon after we began using product.
The non-stick surface started coming off after only a few uses in spite of careful cleaning with a nylon scrubber. Now the food is stuck to the pan with no way to remove it without taking off more of the non-stick surface. The pan seems
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