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Cookware

Small Ikea roasting pan

flowergarden129 | Nov 7, 200809:07 PM    

There have been a couple of threads recently about Ikea enameled cast iron. Ironically, I was on the board to post about my little $9 roasting pan I got there a couple of weeks ago. It's stainless steel, with a surprisingly thick bottom for the price. Not tinny at all. I was dubious if it would be big enough, but I needed a roaster that was smaller than my huge turkey sized one. In fact, I love it and use it many times/week. It's about 6 x 9", and fits a roasting chicken (normal sized, not one of those enormous Perdue Oven Stuffers) perfectly. I've used it on the stovetop for making gravy and braising. I now make baked desserts in it all the time. It's the perfect size, and incredibly versatile. I've been very impressed by it.

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