Professional Nonstick Roasting Pan with Rack (13x9x2-in.) by Chicago Metallic
Made of heavy-gauge steel with SilverStone non-stick surface for easy release and cleanup, this professional Bake and Roast Pan is designed for a variety of uses, from baking lasagna to roasting the Thanksgiving turkey. Includes non-stick roasting rack. See complete description »
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Made of heavy-gauge steel with SilverStone non-stick surface for easy release and cleanup, this professional Bake and Roast Pan is designed for a variety of uses, from baking lasagna to roasting the Thanksgiving turkey. Includes non-stick roasting rack.
Like it, but the non-stick coating is not as non-stick as I hoped. Hard to clean.
I recently purchased this product and am very pleased with its performance. It is very well made, it has a solid feel to it and handles your heaviest dishes. The non-stick surface makes clean-up a breeze. The nice high walls of the pan catch a lot of drippings and the rack provides enough clearance height for your meat so that the bottom of it is not soaking in those drippings.
This easy to clean baking pan I use for vegetables--browns onions, fennel, carrots etc. in the oven. Great for ribs too. Have not trie it for baking.
I am very please with this product. We like to use Shake and Bake for our chichen and pork chops. This pan is perfect for that. Try it and see for yourself.
Perfect size for just 2 people. Great for pre-baking ribs or small roasts, chicken, etc. Rack allows fat to drain away. Heavy duty enough for light baking/roasting. Easy to clean - no more lining the old aluminum cake pan with foil!
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You'll see chicken in the supermarket labeled as broiler-fryer, roaster, or stewing. These terms describe the size, not necessarily concrete rules for their best cooking method. You can stew, fry, or roast any size of chicken, though big roaster chickens can be a little difficult to broil.