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Mauviel M'Cook Roasting pan pitted on first roast

Chasingmytail | Dec 26, 202007:35 AM     19

I paid £200 for this pan it was my yearly gift to myself with a few other items (Staub was another). I Used to pan with usual flavourings incl herbs and salt. Emptied. Put a a touch of water in overnight. We to clean it today with cloth and its blown the coating in areas (small pits all around). I cant believe it for the price of this pan for a roast. Ive mailed the company Ive bought from and going to send back as in my eyes its not up to roasting if it starts to show wear on the first use!

My option now is to replace with a staub roaster (may be too heavy?) or a Samual Groves Mermaid deluxe for half the price. No use to me having a cooking thats going to blow or a utensil where I am pussyfooting around. Ive just had a look at what Nigella uses as her roasting pans are very thick. iittia which is very expensive no sure if I can justify over £200.

Thoughts on replacing?

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