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By BIG DOG
from Battle Creek, I.
About Me Casual Cook
Comments about Lowfat Nonstick Meatloaf Pan:
I like how it keeps the grease of my meatloaf.
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Park Rapids, MN
About Me Avid Cook
I like that the fat drains away from the meat and it is easy to clean.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
AWESOME ! ***** Perfect in every way !
Wish I had this Years ago. When I had to drain the grease off then put back in the oven.. Oh this has saved me so much time cooking and cleaning. I adjusted my time to this pan. I use 1.5 pounds plus all my ingredients.. With No problem. But I use 80/20 meat. I wipe off then wash by hand. I have many complements on my Meatloaf since I started using this. I just purchased two more.. Get while they are available as I wanted this last year.. Great Purchase !
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
"I Bought two and I may buy more."
from Wakefield, MA
" I couldn't beleive all of the artery-clogging fat that was rendered from my first meat loaf that I cooked using high-quality rated meat. I am glad to see that in a collector rather than my family's bodies."
Every household should own one
By Grma K
from Kenosha, WI
Easy to use. Clean up in soapy water then in dish washer. Throw unwanted grease away.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By La Costa Lotta Chef
from Kitty Hawk, NC
The pan itself is quality construction. The only drawback is: It's small. Your meatloaf needs to be about 1 pound and no larger because the drain holes clog if you put too much meat in. And a 1 pound meatloaf isn't large enough to feed a family of 4 (at least not mine). Keep in mind that if you put more than 1 pound of meatloaf in the pan and the holes clog, the grease goes where? Yep! Over the sides, so use a cookie sheet under it.Now I cooked a 2 pound pork tenderloin in it and it turned out very well. Moist and rendered the fat right out of the holes.
Easy to Use
from Lewisville, Texas
Easy to use without the mess of other meatloaf pans.
By the mayor
from rock glen eastern pa.
best buy for kitchen in years
from Bentonville, VA
This is ok, but a lot smaller than the previous pan i had
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
I love it!!
By Aunt Zannie
from Mechanicsburg, PA
Having two pans to wash (yuck), but can be used to bake my nut breads.