Stainless Steel - Roasters
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Tue Jan 28 00:00:00 MST 2014roughhollow Rating:4.0
Made lasagna for a large group in this pan. It baked beautifully and looked great for serving. Two guests asked where I purchased the pan. It is not a heavy pan so it is easy to carry when it is filled. Have not used it to roast anything yet. I am happy with this product and it was easy to clean.
Tue Nov 29 00:00:00 MST 2011jonandsw Rating:5.0
I did 2 chickens at the same time. Pan was perfect and will also be perfect for turkey or any other large meat
Sun Dec 14 00:00:00 MST 2014521958 Rating:5.0
the package arrived opened and luckily everything was in the box. What's with the shipping company? It was with UPS.
Thu Jan 24 00:00:00 MST 2013pookie1135 Rating:5.0
very nice for the price.is good quality. cleanes up fast
Wed Dec 08 00:00:00 MST 2010joyce911 Rating:4.0
We use this pan for making fresh oven roasted fries and vegies. For a large family it is perfect, for two people, a whole meal fits with room to spare. Stainless is the way to go. Easy clean up and even heat a plus.
Sat Jan 15 00:00:00 MST 2011masonrey1 Rating:5.0
this is a very nice roasting pan. i have used it a few times now..no problems.
Sat Dec 03 00:00:00 MST 2011dendogs Rating:3.0
I wanted a new roasting pan for the turkey - and it was perfectly shaped. It's wider than the one I had. So the proportion was good (had a 12 pound turkey). I used a different rack though as the one that same is very thin and low. (Could not put vegetables in pan with bird). The material is thinner than anticipated, but did not seem to be an issue when baking for 4 hours. You can't beat the price. Not sure how it would hold up with a "huge" Lasagne which is what it supposedly made for. All in all it suited my purpose well. I gave it good because of the price but because of thinnest of the material, not sure how many years it will last (other pans with thicker bottoms, sell for 3-4 as much).
Tue Aug 14 00:00:00 MDT 2012drydenn Rating:5.0
Great pan, built well - the rack sits just right inside for roasting, baking, broiling. The handles are great - they are well built and work well. I am very pleased with this roasting pan!
Mon Dec 06 00:00:00 MST 2010bettyoo7 Rating:5.0
This was a great buy and good quality with multiple uses.
Sat Jul 24 00:00:00 MDT 2010keyshopper Rating:4.0
The stainless steel is lightweight but for the price this works for me. The handles are very useful. I was able to roast 2 small chickens side-by-side in the pan. It's a very useful pan and I know it will fit my turkey as I don't buy a very big bird.
Fri Mar 21 00:00:00 MDT 2008motykah Rating:5.0
Great value, stainless steel, perfect size. would highly recommend this to a friend. But then I HIGHLY recommend Overstock to all my friends.
Wed Nov 26 00:00:00 MST 2014LADYECK Rating:5.0
I WAS OVERJOYED WHEN I OPENED THE BOX. WILL MAKE A BEAUTIFUL PRESENTATION FOR MY TURKEY.
Fri Feb 22 00:00:00 MST 2013bear207 Rating:3.0
Initially i was very disappointed when I unboxed this tray; however when I recalled what I paid for it the quality is on par with other products. The wire rack is very thin wire and will not support much weight. The pan itself is light and I doubt it will last years. Again, for the price I may even buy another.
Fri Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2012azuremedia Rating:5.0
I have been searching for literally more than 25 years for a good-quality, large stainless steel broiler pan that features either holes or slats in its top to enable fat to drain while cooking and the use of steel wool soap pads (such as SOS or Brillo) for fast, thorough cleaning. This pan, made by BergHOFF, is the first one that I've found in my more than two-and-half decade quest that's met my criteria. Pans like this used to be easy to come by, but for some reason, that hasn't been the case since the early 1980s. I'm delighted that one is finally available again and hope that it will sell well enough to remain on the market for years to come. For anyone who, like me, has been waiting for the return of a broiler pan that's as well designed and solid as this one, I give BergHOFF's pan my highest recommendation -- and the price for which it's being sold here at Overstock is the best that I've seen anywhere, so it's an excellent value, as well.
Fri Aug 12 00:00:00 MDT 2011jgoldin72 Rating:5.0
Great Pan. Used it for Roasting and Lasagna and it is very easy to clean up too.
Mon Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2010cargirl039 Rating:3.0
I purchased this item as a gift. The quality is not really good. It looks much nicer in the picture online. Probably a low-grade stainless. I prefer a better quality pan.
Tue May 14 00:00:00 MDT 2013pz1234 Rating:5.0
have used it several times, great for roasts and used it for vegetables also
Fri Jan 17 00:00:00 MST 2014mikifinn Rating:4.0
Its just what I wanted at a durable metal, great construction, perfect size, and affordable price.
Thu Feb 25 00:00:00 MST 2010kpal60150 Rating:4.0
Good quality, but I thought it was a larger pan than it actually is. I would not classify this as a large pan, I have much larger pans. Good for cooking a chicken, but not a turkey.
Mon Jun 09 00:00:00 MDT 2014lsharlow Rating:5.0
Extremely good pan for a very low price. Excellent value!
Sun Sep 25 00:00:00 MDT 2011lifont7 Rating:4.0
I have used this pan often since receiving it and have recommended it to several friends. I roast chicken, bake stuffed shells, shepherds pie, lasagna, etc in this pan and have not been disappointed. Thank you so much for a quality product at an affordable price. Thank you overstock.
A roasting pan is a large pan, often with a lid, that is used to roast meats in the oven. The pan can be made of stainless steel, aluminum or other metals and have enamel or nonstick coatings. Roasting pans are available in a variety of sizes to suit different types of roasting. The key to properly using a roasting pan is to leave at least 2 inches of air space around the meat that you are roasting.
Broiling pans and roasting pans both have specific uses. While there are many similarities between broiling pans and roasting pans, they each specialize in different areas. Roasting pans are normally used to prepare larger cuts of meat because of the deeper shape, which allows the meat to cook in its own juices. Broilers have a shallow, slotted base. The shallow sides of the broiler allow the food to cook more quickly while the slotted bottom of the broiler allows drippings to drain into a pan underneath.
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