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Looking for easy-to-clean broiler pan

roz | Jan 3, 201506:27 PM    

Friends:

I'm looking for recommendations on a well-made, easy to clean broiler pan. I broil fish in an electric oven under the top broiler unit, and I often broil small "kirimi" pieces, so I need something where the top isn't just a wire rack. I'd also prefer that the top has linear slats rather than small circular holes. I'm not sure what the advantage of those small holes are, but inevitably, they collect schmutz after broiling and are much more of a pain to clean than those with the slats.

I've seen several pans offered on-line, so it would be great to hear if folks have had particularly good experiences with a particular brand or style. For example, several pans claim to be "porcelain," and I'm not sure what advantage that is. Finally, I don't care whether or not the pan will put grill marks on my fish - I really care more about ease-of-cleaning, and something that won't warp after a few uses.

Thanks in advance.

-Roz

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