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All-Clad 501631 Stainless Steel Large Roti Combo with Rack and Turkey Lifters Cookware, Silver


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  • Large roasting pan with nonstick cooking rack and turkey forks
  • 18/10 stainless-steel cooking surface for easy clean up
  • Stay-cool stainless handles with non-corrosive rivets
  • Cooking rack (with handles) promotes even roasting
  • Measures 16 x 13 x 3 inches (W x D x H); dishwasher-safe; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.2 x 13.8 x 5.6 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000DI4P6
  • Item model number: 8400000004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,309 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

All-Clad 501631 Large Roti Combo with Rack and Turkey Lifters

Take home cooking beyond the ordinary with All-Clad's Stainless Steel Roti Combo, a roasting pan set that's ideal for vegetables and chicken. Like all All-Clad cookware, this roasting pan is crafted with premium stainless steel. The Roti Combo features classic style, ergonomic design, and durable construction for long-lasting performance. The set includes a nonstick V-shaped roasting rack.

All-Clad Large Roti Combo with Rack and Turkey Lifters
Polished 18/10 Stainless Steel exterior and cooking surface.
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All-Clad Large Roti Combo with Rack and Turkey Lifters
Included V-shaped nonstick roasting rack allows for even cooking and easy removal.
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Gourmet Roaster with V-Shaped Rack

The included V-shaped nonstick roasting rack keeps food elevated to generate even cooking and browning. The pan's 2-3/4-inch-high sides reduce splattering, and the upright, riveted handles are easy to grasp when lifting. The Roti is also stovetop safe for cooking pan gravies after roasting. It measures 14 by 11 inches and is ergonomically designed for comfort.

Premium Stainless Steel Construction

Classic design, high performance, and lifetime durability unite in the Stainless Collection, All-Clad's most popular line of cookware. Products in the collection feature an interior core of aluminum for even heating and a high-polished, 18/10 stainless steel exterior and cooking surface for fine culinary performance. All-Clad stainless steel cookware features an interior starburst finish for excellent stick resistance. The bottom of each pan is engraved with a capacity marking for convenience.

Large Turkey Lifters for Easy Transport

The turkey lifters come in a set of two and can be used to transport large roasts or turkeys from the cooking vessel to the carving board. Use a single fork to secure meat while carving.

About All-Clad

After years of perfecting the bonding process, company founder John Ulam established All-Clad Metalcrafters in 1971 and began producing professional-quality bonded cookware for working chefs and avid home cooks. The brand flourished as early adopters discovered the cookware's extraordinary properties and exemplary cooking performance. Today, All-Clad cookware is still handcrafted in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, with American-made steel--the same way it was four decades ago. It is widely sought after by the world's top chefs and passionate home cooks.

All-Clad Large Roti Combo with Rack and Turkey Lifters
Upright, riveted handles are easy to grasp.
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What's in the Box

Roasting pan, rack, turkey lifters, care and use instructions, and warranty information.


Features
  • Roasting pan with V-shaped rack and turkey lifters
  • Polished 18/10 stainless steel exterior and cooking surface
  • Durable three-ply construction for years of use
  • Compact pan is ideal for vegetables and chicken
  • V-shaped rack cooks and browns evenly


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

First of all it is made in CHINA, not USA as the product description states.
Chad
I love my All-Clad pans and have always been able to count on them to meet my needs so I never considered spending a lot on another brand.
C. G. King
The Roti models are not made with a three-ply construction with an aluminum core and magnetic stainless exterior.
David

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

136 of 144 people found the following review helpful By David on November 17, 2009
The Roti models are not made with a three-ply construction with an aluminum core and magnetic stainless exterior. The Roti models are made in China (not America like the rest of the All Clad pots and pans) out of a non-magnetized stainless steel. They're not designed for use on induction or conventional stove tops (a common step in the preparation of gravy).

A curiousity: The All Clad Web site doesn't appear to list the Roti models. I couldn't find it under any category. This model is an orphan.
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63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By M. TIBOR on September 12, 2008
Unfortunately I bought one of these pans because I read this expensive roaster was a tri-ply. It is not and if you put it in a hot oven it warps like crazy. Once I realized that this was not the All-Clad that I was used to I contacted All-Clad. I have an entire kitchen full of All-Clad and they told me to stuff it. So that will be the last "All-Clad" I will ever purchase. There are many alternatives which are multi-ply at a considerably lower cost. As All-Clad does not stand behind their merchandise there is hardly any benefit in buying their products. Read the Cook's Magazine review about this pan if you have any doubts.
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200 of 232 people found the following review helpful By PaJoe on November 5, 2005
The following is copied from a review found in Cooks Illustrated Equipment Corner:

During our 1999 rating of roasting pans, we decided that the upright handles, roomy interior, and sturdiness of All-Clad's Stainless Steel Roti ($275) justified its hefty price. Since then, however, we've noticed that our top-rated pan has a tendency to warp slightly on the stovetop while browning roasts or deglazing fond. (The Roti lacks the clad construction-an aluminum core sandwiched between layers of steel-that makes other All-Clad cookware so reliable.) So when we saw that Calphalon's fully clad Contemporary Stainless Roasting Pan features a similar design-and for a mere $100-we brought it in for the challenge.

To our delight, the Calphalon did not warp on the stovetop, and its lighter weight made it more responsive to burner adjustments than the All-Clad pan. This new Calphalon roasting pan has everything we want, including a reasonable price.

UPDATE: Our July/August Roasting Pan Update highlights Calphalon's Contemporary Stainless Roasting Pan ($100). In the past, this pan has been part of their Tri-Ply stainless line. Until the Tri-Ply Stainless inventory has run out, look for our favorite roaster under either of those Calphalon lines.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Brian on February 11, 2010
I recently checked out the All-Clad roaster at Bed Bath & Beyond and decided against it. Three design flaws turned me away from it:

1) It's not tri-ply, only stainless steel.
2) It can't be used on an induction range (I don't own an induction range, but I like to plan for the future).
3) It's not flat on the bottom (raised center), so it will be difficult to use to make gravy.

After a little research, I bought the Mauviel M'cook 1830 large roasting pan. It's slightly smaller than the large All-Clad, but it has five-ply construction, can be used on any range and is completely flat on the bottom. It's a beautiful piece of cookware with a lifetime warranty. Plus it's made in France, not China (like the All-Clad).

I bought mine from [...] and it came with a rack included for $200.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Harris on November 10, 2010
I shouldn't have assumed that this would be cladded. How can a company like All Clad produce a $160 roasting pan without a sandwiched layer of aluminum to distribute the heat evenly. This is worthless for pan gravy! It is nothing more than a handled serving tray as far as I'm concerned, I am better off with an $30 aluminum roasting pan from a restaurant supply store. What an overrated piece of junk, for the price there is much better out there... I am disgusted by the arrogance of All Clad peddling this garbage!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Michael Connor on February 10, 2012
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I'm pretty disappointed in this roasting pan. I was in the process of deciding whether to buy All-Clad or Cuisinart Multi-Clad as my new cookware, and I needed a new roasting pan, so I sprang for this one. It's actually not "All-Clad" as I think of All-Clad, in that it's a single layer of stainless steel, not aluminum sandwiched between two layers of stainless. It's reasonably sturdy, but it's not what I expect of a roasting pan that costs $160, and it will warp if it gets too hot. Consequently, when I bought my new stovetop cookware, I opted for the new Cuisinart Multi-Clad, and it's terrific - much heavier and sturdier than the three pieces of stovetop All-Clad I already had (a large skillet, a sauteuse, and a small saucepan), nicely balanced, with beautiful stainless surfaces inside and out. If I hadn't gotten this roasting pan so close to Thanksgiving I'd have sent it back and traded it for the Cuisinart Multi-Clad roasting pan. I won't be buying any more All-Clad, and recommend Cuisinart Multi-Clad very highly. For the record, I cook a LOT, both for myself and for friends and family; I know my way around a stove.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By K. M. G. Howlett on July 26, 2005
We received an All-Clad cook set for our wedding several years back and have always been extremely happy with its performance. So when I decided to pick up a roasting pan for my husband as a Father's Day gift ('cause nothing says "Daddy, you're the best!" like a big honking piece of aluminum clad steel) it was a no-brainer.

Like all All-Clad pieces, it's quite sturdy with firmly attached handles that stand straight up, since that's the natural way to lift something out of your oven. It heats evenly and browns beautifully. We recently did a turkey breast in the pan and the turkey turned a beautiful golden brown and was juicy and flavorful. We didn't even need gravy. The turkey forks are amply sized and plenty strong enough to pick up anything heavy without any kitchen mishaps. And best of all, it was a breeze to clean up since the rack is non-stick.

I believe there is another combo offer with oven mitts, and while I'm sure they're great (actually they are since I have a pair of them from a different gift from All-Clad), I think the turkey forks are the better choice. I mean, you can always buy oven mitts, but the All-Clad accessories really are wonderful.

One more thing....one of our non-stick frying pans had a problem with the coating wearing off. I returned it to All-Clad and they sent me a brand new pan (which sells for $150). Can't beat that for customer service!
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