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Chicago Metallic Meatball Baker : Meatball Baker elevated rack lets the fat drip down into the roasting pan, so meatballs are easier to cook and healthier to eat. No messy frying or turning of meatballs one-by-one in a skillet. Make shish kabobs easily in the oven, too. Standard size wooden skewers fit inside channels. Rack works great to bake or broil appetizers: stuffed mushrooms, mini quiches, rice-stuffed zucchini. Heat circulates all around - you don't need to turn each appetizer or skewer by hand. Remove the rack and the nonstick steel roasting pan is ideal for baking casseroles and desserts. From Chicago Metallic, maker of high quality bakeware for over 110 years. 12 3/4"L x 9 3/4"W x 2 3/4"H pan. 11 3/4"L x 9 1/2"W x 1 1/4'H rack. Product Features Rack elevates meatballs, grease drains into roasting pan Meatballs bake the healthy way, no messy frying or added fat Use the pan for baking casseroles and desserts Nonstick steel pan is manufactured by Chicago Metallic, The Bakeware Experts
 
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PostedJune 4, 2012
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Anonymous
fromPA
Gender:Female
My Cooking Level:Advanced
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Crowd Pleaser
LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! In the past, I used my broiler pan to bake my meatballs. I usually do five pounds of meat at a time, and use my foodsaver to freeze packages of around a dozen meatballs each.
I purchased two of these pans, and can cook 18 meatballs in each pan. Both pans fit on one shelf of my oven to bake while I make more meatballs for the next "batch". PERFECT meatballs, and in a little over an hour, I had over 150 meatballs baked and in my freezer! This was a geat purchase!!!
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